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A dead tree stands beside a highway near Miami in the Florida Everglades. A fungus that follows an invasive beetle from Asia is killing trees across the Everglades, and there's no way to stop the blight from spreading.
35 min ago | The Republic
A fungus carried by an invasive beetle from southeast Asia is felling trees across the Everglades, and experts have not found a way to stop a way to stop the blight from spreading.
Karaoke and kocktails: our two favorite K's. Jokes aside, Balans Cafe at the UM Life Science Building will be hosting a karaoke night on August 1. From 5pm to close, you can belt out your favorite Bon Jovi or Spice Girls anthems and capitalize on $3 beers, $5 glasses of wine, $6.95 signature cocktails, and $5 bites.
At the new Juan Valdez in downtown Miami, every cup of coffee has a story. One of their flavors comes from the ancient Tairona culture , native to the northern tip of South America.
Pick up a copy of the Miami Herald's Weekend section every Friday in August and September or check online at Miami.com for Top The idea: Give locals an incentive to check out area restaurants during the dog days of summer, when tourists are in short supply.
Miami Gardens revealed one of the first major parks projects to utilize the city's $60 million general obligation bond money.
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Welcome to another Miami July. Local weather forecasters are chatting about some tropical activity brewing in the Caribbean, electronics stores are touting their layaway specials for Christmas, and we're just trying to take a walk without getting eaten alive by mosquitoes.
Everyone knows that Miami is a coffee-lover's paradise. You can get a solid cafecito in just about any neighborhood.
Miguel Ruiz Lobo, the former live-in boyfriend of Martha Guzman's mother, was arrested on Monday for murdering the child at her home in Little Havana in Miami, Florida on June 22. The girl was found with cuts to her neck and wrists and rushed to hospital, but she did not survive.
The historic Ball and Chain bar will once again return to Little Havana this September, and with it is expected to come live music, classic Cuban cocktails and cuisine, and a place where locals and tourists can kick back and enjoy the "Calle Ocho" of their dreams, sans the large chains that have slowly crept upon it.
On Thursday, July 31, New Times ' Iron Fork Miami Spice Kickoff, presented by the Miami Downtown Development Authority, will take place at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami, and you don't want to miss all the excitement.
Welcome to Miami, land of excess. This is the place where nobody knows how much of a good thing is too much, where nobody knows when to say "when."
More details have been released on a large project set to bring four new 60-story residential towers to a high-profile site on the southern bank of the Miami River, adjacent to I-95.
John Paul Alvarez lives for the look in a student's eye that shows he or she gets it.
Antonio "Tony" Calatayud, a well known Cuban exile activist and radio commentator, has been arrested on a complaint that he defrauded five South Florida people out of more than $1 million with promises of cheap purchases of distressed real estate properties.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 04:04 am
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