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Here's Proof Getting Medical Marijuana in Florida Is Becoming Easier

11 hours ago by Falyn Freyman
When 62-year-old cancer survivor Jer Valentino set out to obtain his medical marijuana card, the Naples, Florida, resident had to wait two weeks before he could even see a doctor. Another three months and several hundred dollars later, he finally had the pot he needed to treat the...

Meet the Artist Behind Those Elaborate Sand Sculptures on Fort Lauderdale Beach

15 hours ago by Wendy Rhodes
Owner of a window-washing company by trade, Dutko, 66, lives in Pittsburg. He and his wife Patti vacation to Fort Lauderdale for a month each February, where Dutko creates masterpieces behind their condo on Galt Ocean Mile.

Brightline and Tri-Rail Have Killed Dozens

17 hours ago by Meg O'Connor
The patchy morning clouds had just begun to dissipate when the Tri-Rail train pulled out of the Pompano Beach station, heading south through the fading twilight of dawn. Thick bushes, tall green grass, and squat tan buildings littered with colorful graffiti lined the tracks. The train thumped by, picking up...

Joe Biden Personally Earned $150,000 for a Fake Campaign Speech in Broward County

2 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
It's not clear whether former Vice President Joe Biden will run for president in 2020. But it is apparent that keeping the public guessing is extremely lucrative — as it turns out, he personally pocketed a $150,000 speaking fee for a December trip to the Broward Center,...

The Best National Margarita Day Drinks and Deals in South Florida

2 days ago by Juliana Accioly
Bring out the tequila, the shakers, and the limes wedges. Margaritas are always a must on South Florida's cocktail menus, but on Friday, February 22, you'll find special deals and unique takes on the usual options.

Meatball Queen Donatella Arpaia Begins a New Life in South Florida

2 days ago by Clarissa Buch
You might not know that Donatella Arpaia, the acclaimed chef, restaurateur, and TV personality, was once an attorney in her early 20s. But after practicing law for about three months, she sat at the bar inside her brother's restaurant and realized there was no place she'd rather be. Now, more...

The Best Concerts in South Florida This Week

2 days ago by Celia Almeida
Jake Shimabukuro, Sarah Brightman, Bad Company, and more of the best concerts in Miami this week, February 18 through 24.

YNW Melly's "Murder on My Mind" Takes On New Meaning After Double Murder Charges

5 days ago by Anna Hopkins
Melly’s hit song “Murder on My Mind” went gold last month, moving half a million units — and this past Wednesday, the 19-year-old turned himself in to Miramar Police on two counts of first-degree murder in the October deaths of his friends Anthony Williams, 21, and Christopher Thomas Jr., 19.

Miramar Teacher Called Haiti "the Hood," Said Poor Students "Drink From Sewers"

5 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
More than 10,000 people of Haitian ancestry live in Miramar, a city with the fifth-highest Haitian population in Florida. Naturally, the local public schools have a large number of Haitian students — after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island, Miramar High School took in 46 Haitian refugees, more than...

Bad Company's Paul Rodgers Discusses His Legacy as One of the Greatest Singers of All Time

5 days ago by Wendy Rhodes
It’s difficult to imagine the honor of being tapped to be the lead singer of the Doors after Jim Morrison's death. But that is exactly what happened to Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers. The only thing is, no one told him about it. “It’s apparently true,” Rodgers says of...

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