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Poor, Black, and Sick Floridians Battle Big Sugar in Court

22 days ago by Tony D'Souza
The sugar producers are predominantly white, while the laborers and residents affected by the burning are predominantly Black.
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Lucinda Williams Honors Her Influences With an All-Covers Streaming Series

3 months ago by Deryle Donahue
Lucinda Williams honors her influences with an all-covers streaming series.
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Did Your Concert Get Postponed? Here's How to Get a Refund — If You Can

10 months ago by James Biagiotti
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, promoters have almost uniformly opted to postpone events, many of which have been pushed off indefinitely rather than canceled outright.
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How South Florida's Grocery Stores Treat Employees Amid Coronavirus

11 months ago by Jen Karetnick
Here's a comparison of coronavirus-related personnel policies — including increased sick time and pay rates — at Miami's major grocery chains.
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Willie Nelson's Ten Most Radical Moments

1 year ago by Liz Tracy
The outlaw country singer has spent decades doing his best to build a better world.
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More on Mutual Benefits, Jail Suicides

12 years ago by Bob Norman
The Miami Herald discovered Alan Mendelsohn, finally. The Sun-Sentinel still hasn't caught on. Mendelsohn is the Hollywood ophthalmologist who worked as legislative director and chief fundraiser for the Florida Medical Association. He was also very close to Gov. Charlie Crist, serving as Crist's health adviser on his transition team. They were...
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The Seven Best Things to Do in South Florida This Weekend

1 year ago by Dale King
Live stage productions seem to be leading the pack in the entertainment and cultural events field this weekend as we move into the middle of November.
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Medicare Fraudster Rick Scott Is Now Bragging About His Horrible Health-Care Record

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
In addition to being a Florida senator and a villain from the Mummy film series because he scared Brendan Fraser too much, Rick Scott was, in varying stints, a hospital-chain executive and the governor of the Sunshine State. In both of those jobs, Scott showed utter contempt for poor people, the sick, and the concept of taxpayer-funded medicine...
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Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

1 year ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.

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