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Amid Coronavirus Concerns, Miami Dolphins Announce Online Draft Party

5 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
The team has a league-high 14 draft picks, including three first-round picks, the first of which is expected to be the Fins' quarterback of the future.
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Easter and Passover 2020 Takeout Meals in South Florida

6 hours ago by Juliana Accioly
Chef-curated Eater and Passover takeout meals can help make your holidays more meaningful than ever while under quarantine.
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Foster Pets Are the Perfect Companions for Our Social Distancing

7 hours ago by Suzannah Friscia
Because more people are working from home because of the coronavirus crisis, many are deciding to foster shelter pets in need.
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South Florida Theater Companies Plan for Their Next Act

8 hours ago by Artburst Miami
"We're in a zombie apocalypse movie without the zombies."
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Rolling Loud 2020 Postponed Until Next Year With the Lineup Intact

4 days ago by Douglas Markowitz
The hip-hop festival will also offer refunds to ticketholders.
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South Florida Libraries Find Ways to Reach Their Communities Online

4 days ago by Tamica Jean-Charles
As coronavirus threatens public health, South Florida's libraries have been shuttered, forcing library staff to find ways to reach patrons virtually.
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Fort Lauderdale Restaurants Offering Takeout and Delivery During Coronavirus Pandemic

5 days ago by Jesse Scott
Some Broward favorites are delivering big time with food and specials in the heart of the crisis.
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After Coronavirus, Livestreamed Music Shows Might Be Here to Stay

6 days ago by Jaime Sloane
Musicians are flocking to various streaming platforms to perform live, rebroadcast previous sets, and engage with their quarantined fans who are growing increasingly restless.
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Treatment of Fort Lauderdale's Homeless Flouts CDC Coronavirus Guidelines

6 days ago by Michael Majchrowicz
The officers' actions appear to be out of step with federal guidelines.
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No, Marco Rubio, Coronavirus Does Not Spark Joy for "Our Media"

6 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
That journalists feel joy in times of suffering is a nauseating and tired trope that goes against everything we stand for.

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