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Mural Honoring Parkland Shooting Victims Is Defaced in Miami's Wynwood Neighborhood

1 day ago by Naomi Feinstein
A mural honoring Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting victim Joaquin "Guac" Oliver was defaced today in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood. Devil horns were spray-painted on Oliver's likeness.
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Women's Rights Groups Demand an Investigation After Inmate Gives Birth Alone In Her Cell

2 days ago by Naomi Feinstein
More than 50 women's rights organizations have signed a letter demanding an investigation into jail healthcare in Broward County. The move comes after mentally ill inmate Tammy Jackson gave birth in her jail cell without help.
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A Look at the Hard Rock's Guitar-Shaped Resort: 16 Restaurants, 20 Bars, and Overwater Villas

3 days ago by Juliana Accioly
Commuters on the Turnpike have watched the Seminole Hard Rock's new guitar-shaped hotel take form over the past couple of years. At twin news conferences this week, the resort's management announced its plans for the structure.
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South Florida R&B Singer Aymber Releases New Music After Three Years

3 days ago by Cristina Jerome
Aymber took three years off from the Miami music scene to hone her craft, but she's back with a new R&B single that is a perfect reminder of how R&B used to sound.
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A Timeline of Kodak Black's Legal Troubles

3 days ago by Anna Hopkins
Some music artists have a harder time staying on the right side of the law than others. In the South Florida hip-hop scene, Kodak Black is one of the more frequent offenders. His legal troubles have persisted throughout his career, and though it’s difficult to determine to what degree his problems have stunted his career, they're certainly not helping.
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American Craft Aleworks Revives the Speakeasy Era on Clematis Street

3 days ago by Juliana Accioly
American Craft Aleworks — an atmospheric gastropub, brewery, and full bar that pays homage to the Prohibition and speakeasy era — debuted last week at the site of the former Bar Louie on the intersection of Narcissus Avenue and Clematis Street.
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

3 days ago by Jesse Scott
Music by Rascal Flatts, World Gothic Prom Night, the Great American Beach Party, and more of the best things to do in South Florida this week.
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Former Hallandale Beach Cop Sentenced After Pawning Police Department Weapons

3 days ago by Naomi Feinstein
Former Hallandale Police Officer Yan Kleyman was sentenced to 90 days in jail and four years of probation today after he illegally pawned Hallandale Beach Police Department-owned weapons and equipment including a semiautomatic rifle and laser sights.
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The Five Biggest "What If's" in Miami Sports History

4 days ago by Ryan Yousefi
In sports, there are constant forks in the road. Select a quarterback or a defensive end in the draft. Trade for a big name or bring along the young guy. Order nachos or just pour beer all over yourself. Every team and fan faces a litany of decisions each season...
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Rubio Compares Trump to Game of Thrones Villain Who Did War Crimes

4 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Fair warning: This article about American foreign policy and potential acts of war contains spoilers for the fantasy HBO TV show Game of Thrones, because we live in the bleakest and most hellish political timeline imaginable.

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