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Daily Archives : December 12, 2018

Here’s how Ryan Tannehill’s ankle is feeling and his post-miracle reflections

Ryan Tannehill was encouraged on multiple fronts Wednesday: about how his injured ankle is healing, about how he’s playing and about the Dolphins playing meaningful games in December. Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Wednesday he was “shocked” Tannehill returned to…

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Why Gore runs at 35: Chasing legends, that elusive ring and a slight he never forgot

We expected Frank Gore in Year 14 to be tough, durable and of the highest character. We didn’t expect him to be explosive. But Gore has repeatedly gotten to the second — and third — levels in his debut season…

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Parkland Commission Chairman’s Support of Sheriff Outrages Victims’ Families

As chairman of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission, Bob Gualtieri was supposed to bring accountability to the families that lost loved ones in that school’s massacre on Valentine’s Day. But Tuesday, Gualtieri slapped those families across…

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The Heat Gets Pink “Vice” Jerseys but Still Won’t Make Them Permanent

The Miami Heat’s “Vice” jerseys are the best in the National Basketball League. ESPN today declared them the “coolest” uniforms in basketball. More important, South Floridians love the alternate color scheme: Neon Vice merchandise is all over the region. The…

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Six Miami Restaurants and Bars to Try Now That Miami Art Week is Over

Miami Art Week and Art Basel is one of Miami’s most vibrant times of the year. Tens of thousands of artists, galleristas, and A-listers converge upon our city to observe, party, and be seen. The only bad part is trying…

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Bakan Opens in Wynwood With Over 500 Tequilas and Mezcals

If you were in Wynwood this past weekend, you might have noticed a lush space on NW Second Avenue surrounded by cacti. Bakan soft-opened during Miami Art Week, serving up a limited menu. Today, the restaurant, offering authentic food from…

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Miami Jewish Film Festival 2019 Lineup Focuses on Female Filmmakers

For 21 years, the Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF) has brought a myriad of world-class movies intended to inspire and evoke change to the Magic City. Next year, for its 22nd edition running January 10 through 24, MJFF will screen…

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Winterfest Boat Parade Grand Marshal Huey Lewis: “I’m Not Dead”

It’s time to dress up your boat in its holiday finest and get ready to party at the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade. This year’s theme is ’80s rock, and Grammy-winning musician Huey Lewis will take the helm as…

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Ten Festive Holiday Events and Activities for Kids in Miami

The holidays are an exciting time of year for families with young ones, especially in Miami, where you can often don bikinis and flip-flops while Northerners wear puffy coats and boots. From multicultural orchestral performances to nighttime strolls around historic…

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Bayskate Miami Returns With “Holiday Boogie” Skate Jam, Tunes, and Cocktails

That whole ice-skating thing at Rockefeller Center in NYC can just step aside. While those peeps up North freeze while falling on ice, Miami is converting one of its parks into a bayside, old-school, rollerskating jam. Take that, Northerners! Bayskate…

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