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1 hr ago | BroadwayWorld.com
A Todo Color, a documentary film by Randy Valdes , a companion photography exhibit by Elvis Suarez and a special presentation by Tiempo Libre are set for today and tomorrow, July 11th and 12th, 2014 onstage at the Black Box Theater at Miami Dade County Auditorium, 2901 W Flagler St. Miami, Fla.
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5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Former Gov. Charlie Crist defended his record leading Florida through the recession and attacked Gov. Rick Scott's record on everything from education funding to rejecting federal dollars during a speech Thursday to the Florida Press Association.
9 hrs ago | CBS Local
A Miami man with an extensive arrest history is charged with shooting and killing a 31-year-old woman and dumping her body in a green sanitation trash container during the Fourth of July weekend.
12 hrs ago | Local10.com
A man shot a woman dead and put her body in the trash in Miami's Little Haiti, Miami police said Thursday.
16 hrs ago | Miami New Times
At Pinecrest Branch Library, there are homeschooling groups where children and parents get to sit on rugs and cushions while working together.
17 hrs ago | Miami New Times
Jenna Balfe climbs through mangroves. Her strong, lean body weaves through the intricately tangled branches.
That repetition was highlighted when I cleaned off a bookshelf and found an April 25, 1991, copy of Miami Today revealing headlines we could have written last week.
Police have identified the driver allegedly involved in a hit and run in Pinecrest which led to a chase and deadly police involved shooting in Miami Springs on Tuesday.
It won't be cheap, maybe not pretty, and there's no money available to pay for it right now, local officials backing a passenger rail link between Miami and Miami Beach were warned Tuesday.
Most land in Miami-Dade is artificially dried out swampland and man-mad barrier island, so it seems like our destiny to one day be home to the first community of floating mansion in America.
Tapping yet another source of revenue, the Miami Parking Authority is expanding its program of advertising in its garages around the city.
The Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas duo and close friends separately announced their college commitments Tuesday night to play football at the University of Miami, giving the Hurricanes two explosive playmakers at their respective positions.
In this Jan. 19, 2010 file photo, a customer stands at the counter at Unitransfer, a money transfer company at the Little Haiti neighborhood in Miami, Fla.
Here's the scenario. You're having a little house party and you run out of tequila...or vodka...or beer.
University of Miami football players Alexander Figueroa and Jawand Blue are accused of sexually battering a 17-year old girl.
Enraged when he discovered his bombshell Latin girlfriend is a spy, a Russian drug kingpin lured her onto his yacht for a night on the water.
Ikea Miami's mega 416,000 square foot quasi-city opens this summer in Sweetwater and the store, known for its Swedish meatballs and easy-on-the-wallet furniture with next-to-impossible names like Sniglar and Magnarp, is introducing itself to Miami by handing out...cafecito.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:51 pm
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