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The Wharf Will Open Its Second Location on Las Olas Boulevard Later This Year

3 days ago by Juliana Accioly
A celebrated outdoor Miami venue, the Wharf, will open a second location on Fort Lauderdale's Riverfront later this year.
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Cecile Richards on 2020 Elections and Florida: "This Is Not a Static State"

4 days ago by Ciara LaVelle
Everywhere Cecile Richards goes, women ask her one question: "What should I do?" The organizer, women's health advocate, and self-described troublemaker recently spoke at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. There, she recalls, "The number one question, no matter what the topic of conversation, the question on every...
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Broward Prosecutors Exonerate Man From 1983 Rape, Murder of College Student

4 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
At his sentencing for the 1983 murder of a West Palm Beach college student, Ronald Henry Stewart said he was pleading no contest because it was in his best interest. His attorney pointed out a slew of flaws in the case — a potentially faulty eyewitnesses, the use of jailhouse snitches, and fingerprint evidence that didn't match Stewart's prints. But Stewart had previously been convicted of multiple rapes, and he feared being executed if a jury convicted him of killing 20-year-old Regina Harrison.
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FemAle Brew Fest Returns With Expanded Brewery Lineup

4 days ago by Nicole Danna
South Florida's first female-focused beer festival, the FemAle Brew Fest, will return for its third year this week with an expanded brewery lineup, new events, and the release of several collaboration beers brewed especially for the event. After a successful first and second year, the FemAle Brew Fest has moved...
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

4 days ago by Jesse Scott
Muse and Ella Mai bring the tunes. The Impractical Jokers bring the laughs. Tarpon River Brewing brings the party, and more.
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After 60 Years of Drumming, Jaimoe Will Headline Wanee Block Party

5 days ago by David Rolland
After almost a decade and a half, the organizers of Wanee Music Festival say they might be calling it quits on their extravaganza in North Florida. But fans of the annual event started by the Allman Brothers Band in 2005 need not mope: A new tradition (closer to home) will...
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Former Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo Joins Cannabis Lobbying Group

5 days ago by Dominique Stewart
Former Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo will serve as a strategic adviser for the Cannabis Trade Federation, a nonprofit that aims to educate and advocate for cannabis public policy.
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Kodak Black’s Young M.A Comments Show He Doesn’t Know the Meaning of "No"

5 days ago by Anna Hopkins
Kodak Black should know better than to sexually harass a woman. Yet he is — and his target isn't just any woman. It's openly gay fellow rapper Young M.A. Black's persistent comments about Young M.A, sandwiched in song lyrics and Instagram Live sessions over the past month, describe in detail...
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Award-Winning Brewer Opens 3 Sons Brewing in Dania Beach

5 days ago by Nicole Danna
Corey Artanis, who garnered RateBeer's number one spot as the best new brewer for 2018, will open 3 Sons Brewing to the public on Wednesday, March 20. 3 Sons is also joining the growing trend of South Florida beer makers serving food from an in-house kitchen.
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Broward Sheriff's Office to Pay $185,000 to Woman Beaten by Jail Guards

6 days ago by Bob Norman
The jailhouse surveillance video clearly shows the deputy violently wrenching inmate Audra West up out of a chair, throwing her around the room, and dragging her into a strip-search room. Other female deputies then run into the room with the door shutting behind them. West says that inside the room,...

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