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Environmental Groups: Trump Sold Out Endangered Species to Benefit Polluters

1 hour ago by Jess Nelson
Last week, the Trump administration severely weakened the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in a series of changes that included erasing climate change as a threat to wildlife and removing protections from threatened species. In response, a group of environmental and animal protection organizations has filed a lawsuit arguing the amendments violate the law.

South Florida Pastor and Trump Ally Courts Latin America's Religious Right

6 hours ago by Manuel Madrid
The Trump administration has been a boon to all kinds: con men, comedians, corporate shareholders, nativists, white nationalists, pollsters, pundits, political scientists, and even Vladimir Putin. The list is long. But go down far enough and you're sure to find the name of South Florida Pastor Mario Bramnick.

The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

8 hours ago by Jesse Scott
Your favorite (or second-favorite?) boy band is in town. Also, all-aboard for a craft beer cruise this week... and much more!

New Eatery Set for West Palm Beach Will Give New Meaning to Italian Ice

9 hours ago by Harry Heisler
Most of us take the ice in our drinks for granted. But for Ervin Machado, that kind of thinking about cocktail essentials is like James Bond saying, “Just pour the house vodka, mate.” Machado, the Beverage Director for Big Time Restaurant Group, says, “Ice is a building block. It needs...

Has Beck's Versatility Hurt His Status as a Rock Legend?

1 day ago by David Rolland
Take a listen to his 25-year discography and you might conclude that his forays into different musical stylings add up to an inconsistent career output.

Florida House Democrats Force Vote for Special Session About Gun Violence

1 day ago by Jess Nelson
After a month marked by two deadly mass shootings merely hours apart in El Paso and Dayton, Florida House Democrats have forced the state Legislature to vote on hosting a special session to address gun violence.

The Five Best Concerts in South Florida This Week

1 day ago by Jose D. Duran
Let the wave of '90s nostalgia wash over you with Backstreet Boys on Friday or come to the realization that the only Vampire Weekend song you know is "A-Punk" on Saturday. Otherwise, Voltaire's second-anniversary party with the Sh-Booms is free for those looking to not spend too much this weekend...

Saxophonist Karl Denson on Playing for Rolling Stones: "It's Not Something You Get Used To"

1 day ago by Wendy Rhodes
Karl Denson doesn’t answer blocked numbers. So, when the saxophone player’s phone rang one day in 2014, he didn’t pick up. But after four calls, he thought it might be important. It was. Lenny Kravitz, for whom Denson played saxophone from 1986 to 1993, was calling to tell him about...

Spoon's Jim Eno on Touring With Beck and Cage the Elephant: "Almost Like a Minifestival"

2 days ago by James Biagiotti
Spoon's Jim Eno on the band's recent greatest hits album Everything Hits at Once: The Best of Spoon, and the Night Running Tour with Beck and Cage the Elephant.

Toes in Sand, Beer in Hand at Brews at the Beach

2 days ago by David Minsky
Beer festivals in Florida are typically held at a park or in a parking lot, but Brews at the Beach will let you down some brews while shoving your toes in the sand. Get ready to party December 7 on Fort Lauderdale Beach at Sunrise Boulevard and A1A.

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