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Daily Archives : March 15, 2019

Bad Bunny Brought Latin Trap to Life With Surprise Guests at American Airlines Arena

Miami is one of the only cities in the world that truly allows Latin culture to thrive. Last night, Venezuelans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, and other Latin Americans converged on their place of worship: the Bad Bunny concert at American Airlines…

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Wynwood Japanese Restaurant Hiyakawa Coming From Wabi Sabi Chef

Chef Shuji Hiyakawa, of Wabi Sabi by Shuji, and Alvaro Perez Miranda, who launched the Vagabond Restaurant & Bar with Alex Chang, will open a 36-seat Japanese restaurant on the ground floor of the Cynergi building in Wynwood later this…

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Jessy Nite’s Stay Gold Sculpture Is Headed to Robert Is Here

When Robert Moehling was just 6 years old, back in 1959, he tried to sell his father’s batch of cucumbers on the side of the road in Homestead. He was unsuccessful, so he went out again the following day. This…

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Ultra Isn’t Doing Enough to Protect Virginia Key Wildlife, Miami Waterkeeper Says

Ever since Miami city commissioners approved Ultra Music Festival’s move from downtown to Virginia Key, environmentalists have worried about the impact on the island’s federally protected wildlife. Festival organizers conducted wildlife surveys and put together an environmental plan — but…

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Fans Rally Around Miami Comedian Kyle Grooms After Brain Tumor Diagnosis

They say laughter is the best medicine, and comedian Kyle Grooms has generated arena-sized doses of it. Now his fans and fellow stand ups are returning the favor, funding real medical treatment for the local comic. After Grooms was rushed…

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Appellate Judge Says Javier Ortiz Used Excessive Force, Violated Constitution

Former Miami Police union chief Capt. Javier Ortiz has an uncanny knack for worming his way out of trouble. During 14 years with MPD, Ortiz has been hit with 38 citizen complaints — but only six have been sustained by…

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Dolphins’ Pursuit of Teddy Bridgewater Shows New Regime Is Not Attempting to Tank

One year ago, in this very space, we pleaded with the Miami Dolphins to sign Miami native and former Miami Northwestern High School and Louisville star Teddy Bridgewater. It made sense heading into last season. The team knew Ryan Tannehill…

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Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Gelato Festival, Baguette Battle, and St. Patrick’s Day

This weekend, Miami’s newest brewery, Beat Culture, celebrates its official grand opening; the Baguette Battle returns to the National Hotel; El Bagel pops up at Boxelder with a limited-edition sandwich; the Gelato Festival America Finals take over Brickell City Centre; and…

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One Year Later, FIU Bridge Collapse Survivors Recall the Tragedy

It was as if the bridge appeared out of nowhere. Carlos Badillo had driven past Florida International University before, but on March 15, 2018, he noticed something he hadn’t seen just a week earlier. It was a little before 2…

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Even while losing players, here’s what the Dolphins are doing right

A quick six-pack of Dolphins notes on a Thursday night: ▪ Even while shedding talent and largely not replacing it to this point in free agency, the Dolphins have shown a commendable restraint financially in two regards: 1)They’ve not paying…

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