Category : Noticias De Miami

These Florida Lawmakers Fought Gun-Safety Laws in the Year After Parkland

This past Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. In those 12 months since 17 kids and teachers were slaughtered, mass-shootings have obviously not stopped, and it is still remarkably easy to obtain…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 17, 2019

III Points 2019: Tyler the Creator, Pussy Riot, Beach House, and Virtual Self Kicked Off Day One

Miami has anticipated the sixth edition of III Points for the past 16 months, but it looks like the wait was worth it. The move from October to February brings milder temperatures, and even though the three-day festival is taking…

0 Comments / 2 View / February 16, 2019

Judge Invalidates Miami’s Landmark Homeless-Protection Order From 1998

One of the nation’s landmark homeless-protection laws is now gone. Since May 2018, the City of Miami has been trying to invalidate a 1998 legal decision that prevented city cops from arresting homeless people for living their lives outside. The so-called…

0 Comments / 2 View / February 15, 2019

Miami Migrant-Camp Contractor Tied to Iraqi Government Bribery Investigation

Business has been good for Cape Canaveral-based Comprehensive Health Services (CHS), a federal contractor that specializes in providing medical care and other support services to major government projects. The company, for example, holds a $180 million contract to run Miami-Dade’s…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019

The Citadel Opens Tomorrow With 15 Food Concepts

After two years of planning and building, the Citadel, an impressive multi-use space that incorporates a food hall, shopping, entertainment, and office space, is set to open its first phase — the food hall and bar — tomorrow, February 16….

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019

Rapture’s Lawsuit Against Ultra Once Again Dismissed by Judge UPDATED

Update 5 p.m. Friday, February 15: U.S. District Court Judge Ursula Ungarro dismissed Rapture’s federal lawsuit with prejudice, holding it was just a “rickety soapbox [that] serve[s] no purpose other than to hoist Rapture’s list of grievances into court and, from…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019

YNW Melly’s “Murder on My Mind” Takes On New Meaning After Double Murder Charges

It’s difficult to imagine that someone who committed murder would release a song confessing to his alleged crime, but in the case of YNW Melly, fans are wondering if he did just that. Melly’s hit song “Murder on My Mind”…

0 Comments / 1 View / February 15, 2019

Kidscreen Summit Brings the Major Players of Kids’ Media to Miami

For the past week, the Intercontinental Miami has been home to the world’s most significant annual children’s entertainment pow-wow, Kidscreen Summit. Globally, kid’s entertainment is a booming, ever-expanding industry with hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue each year. In…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019

LeBron, Bosh, and Wade Should Reunite in Miami as Minority Owners of the Heat

Dwyane Wade is telling the Miami Heat that come April — when he retires and hangs up his sneakers and Miami Heat jersey for good — he’ll be in the market to purchase a share of an NBA team. He…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019

Overtown’s Black Lounge Film Series Is Making Moves Through Movies

Overtown has long been a mecca for culture. The deeply rooted community in the historic heart of Miami was a center of entertainment in the 1940s and ‘50s, comparable to Miami Beach. Some of most iconic black artists of the…

0 Comments / 0 View / February 15, 2019