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Broward's Smallest Village Runs Afoul of Florida Laws, Report Says

11 hours ago by Teri Berg
Broward County's smallest village has been running amok. Lazy Lake, a municipality of a whopping 26 residents surrounded by Wilton Manors, violated state law and its own charter by seating village officials without holding elections, according to Broward's Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

15 hours ago by Jesse Scott
Riptide Festival (with the Killers, Jimmy Eat World, the 1975, and many other) will rock South Florida this week. Plus enjoy a beach bash and a new Georgia O'Keeffe exhibit.
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Five Reasons the 1972 Miami Dolphins Will Forever Be the Only Undefeated NFL Team

15 hours ago by Ryan Yousefi
Last week, the San Francisco 49ers lost 27-24 to the Seattle Seahawks in overtime on Monday Night Football. You're probably wondering what that fact has to do with you. Well, if you're a Miami Dolphins fan, it has everything to do with you because the 49ers were the last remaining undefeated team in the NFL for the 2019-20 season, meaning, once again, the 1972 Dolphins stand as the only undefeated team in NFL history.
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Ahead of Riptide Fest, Jimmy Eat World Feasts on "Wild, Wacky Year"

2 days ago by Jesse Scott
Jim Adkins, lead singer of Jimmy Eat World, is pumped to rock the beach (and headline day two of Riptide Fest). So which other beach gig sticks out in his mind?
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The Five Best Concerts in South Florida This Week

3 days ago by Jeff Kinni
"Hardcore" is the word of the week when it comes to the best concerts in South Florida the third week of November 2019. Kick it off Wednesday with Dizzy Wright and round things out Saturday with Riptide Fest.
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Tan France Doesn't Know Florida, but Can Relate to Its Millions of Immigrants

3 days ago by Celia Almeida
Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness, and Karamo Brown of Queer Eye are all headed to South Florida this weekend.
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The Dolphins Still Lost a Football Game Even Though #TankForTua Is Dead

3 days ago by Ryan Yousefi
Following a 0-7 start to the season, everything recently had turned to butterflies, lollipops, bubbles, and rainbows for the Miami Dolphins thanks to straight wins over the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Brian Flores got a celebratory Gatorade shower after the Jets game, and Dolphins players no one had ever heard of got interviews with ESPN after the Fins pulled off a surprise win over the Colts last week.
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Third Eye Blind Embraces Modern Sounds Without Pandering to Mainstream Charts

5 days ago by Howard Hardee
The United States of the late 1990s was "so innocent" in the eyes of Third Eye Blind drummer Brad Hargreaves. China hadn't joined the World Trade Organization and begun its rise to economic superpower; Russia was still sorting through the rubble of the Soviet Union; the 9/11 terror attacks hadn't yet upended U.S. culture, and America seemed to stand unchallenged on the world stage.
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Miami-Dade Prosecutors Hit Kodak Black With Two New Gun Charges

5 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Mere days after receiving more than three years in prison after lying on a gun background-check form, South Florida rapper (and accused rapist) Kodak Black is facing two additional felony gun charges after Miami-Dade prosecutors unsealed a new case against him. The Miami Herald first reported this afternoon that Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has hit Black with two felony counts of possession of a firearm by a felon.
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Your Trader Joe's Thanksgiving Shopping List

5 days ago by Nicole Cornella
Thanksgiving is creeping up on us. If you're hosting, the pressure is on. If you're visiting family or friends, don't show up empty-handed. Whether you're planning the feast or bringing a side, Trader Joe's is a mecca for holiday finds. We scoured the aisles of your favorite grocery store to find the best items for your Thanksgiving table. Best of all: Almost everything on this list is under $10.

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