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Christmas 2019 South Florida Restaurant Guide

3 days ago by Juliana Accioly
Savor holiday feasts at some of the best South Florida best restaurants.
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Rubio Backs Bill That Lets Abusive Boyfriends Keep Their Guns

3 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Rubio has twice voted against iterations of the Violence Against Women Act.
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Matt Gaetz, Once Arrested for DUI, Makes Fun of Hunter Biden's DUI

3 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Hunter Biden's drug issues are not something Matt Gaetz has any right to criticize.
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Video: Guard Threatens to Pepper-Spray Activists Outside Miramar ICE Office

3 days ago by Manuel Madrid
"Would it hurt to give some water to the kids?" one activist asked.
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The Seven Best Things to Do in South Florida This Weekend

4 days ago by Dale King
I noticed an interesting holiday card in a store the other day. Regarding Santa Claus, it said: "He sees you when you're drinking." Apparently, even Hallmark has something to say around the time when holiday cheer turns into SantaCon. Enjoy the holiday season. But if you want to forget about...
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Occupy Protester Arrested Eight Years Later on Fort Lauderdale Cruise Ship

4 days ago by David Minsky
Jones was arrested as he tried to board a cruise ship with his family.
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Perpetual Groove Continues Its Two-Decade Love Affair With Culture Room

5 days ago by Jaime Sloane
The Savannah-born jam band's show at the Culture Room this Friday, December 13, is the latest date in the group's long-standing tradition of annual December visits to the Fort Lauderdale venue.
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Taste Notes: Sparrow Brunch Arrives with Fried Biscuits, Rooftop Views

5 days ago by Jesse Scott
Boy, do we love a good brunch around here. With "bottomless" options ever near, you’ll never go thirsty (or hungry) on weekends in South Florida. Sparrow, the urban hideaway located on the 25th floor of the Dalmar, is joining Fort Lauderdale's brunch crowd with its new Sunday brunch from 11...
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A.C.E Brings Its Infectious, Beyoncé-Infused K-Pop to South Florida

5 days ago by Jeff Kinni
K-pop has been building a wave of talent whose ripples began reaching the U.S. a few years ago and now has turned into a rogue tsunami. From group appearances on morning talk shows to charting Billboard's pop charts, the rise of K-pop is real — and from the talent now...
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Ordinary Americans Brings a Forgotten Jewish-American Tale to the Stage

6 days ago by Artburst Miami
Playwright Joseph McDonough, artistic director William Hayes, and actor David Kwiat had something in common when they began working on Ordinary Americans, the play that's enjoying an extended run at Palm Beach Dramaworks before moving on to a series of shows at GableStage in mid-January.

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