Daily Archives : December 14, 2018

Warm Up With These Five Festive Hot Cocktails

Temperatures have fallen. Miamians are swapping swimsuits for stylish jackets, and local spots are offering warm holiday cheer in a glass. It’s the time of year for a bevy of hot beverages that blend the best of the season. Perfect…

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Podcast: A first-round pick nears free agency. What’s ahead for Stephone Anthony?

A lot is going on all at once for Stephone Anthony. His alma mater is in the College Football Playoff for the fourth year in a row. His first pro team might be the No. 1 seed in the NFC….

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Hadar Adora Finds a Balance Between Soul and Pop in Her Latest EP, Adult Girl

Rhythm and blues is finally getting the attention it deserves in South Florida. Over the past few years, entire platforms have been dedicated to the genre, including the event production company RnBae Collective, themed parties such as Friends & Lovers at Coyo on…

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D.C.’s Sette Osteria Launches Affordable Weekend Brunch in Wynwood

Early this past summer, the 15-year-old Washington, D.C.,-based Italian restaurant Sette Osteria made its way to Miami, opening a large location in Wynwood. With it came a new Saturday and Sunday brunch, complete with $15 bottomless beverages, Nutella flatbreads, and egg…

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Beach Towing Tells Teenager to Pay $283 Cash for Towed Vehicle, Mom Says

This past Sunday, Alexandra Ferreira’s teenage daughter took her first solo trip from Hollywood to Miami Beach for Art Basel. But it ended up costing the family a lot more than expected. The 16-year old parked her parents’ car in…

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Don’t Trust Marco Rubio’s “Pro-Worker” Rebrand

Yesterday, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio appeared in the pages of The Atlantic magazine announcing that he, quite suddenly, loves “workers.” The senator, who has been accused of being a metaphysical vehicle through which rich business tycoons launder bad ideas, is now…

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The Salty Donut Celebrates Three Years With Limited-Edition Birthday Doughnut

This weekend marks three years since the Salty Donut debuted in Wynwood as Miami’s first craft doughnut shop, slinging maple bacon, tres leches, and guava and cheese flavors. It’s also been two years since the business moved into its flagship store at…

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Eyes on Miami: Kanye West, Paris Hilton, Pharrell, and Others

It’s not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point…

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These Are Our Favorite “Miami Miracle” T-Shirts Depicting the Dolphins’ Stunning Win Over the Patriots

It’s been five sleeps since the Miami Dolphins pulled off one of the greatest finishes in sports history. The stunning victory will go down in the record books as a 34-33 regular-season win over the New England Patriots, but will…

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Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Baker’s Dozen, Bad Santa Brunch, and Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl

This weekend, MIA Beer Company’s beer and croqueta pairing dinner returns, the Wynwood Yard hosts a dessert festival, and Fado Irish Pub, Tap 42, Bagatelle, and the Anderson host holiday-themed events. Baker’s Dozen at the Wynwood Yard. Saturday, 13 local vendors…

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