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Once a downtrodden and undervalued neighborhood, this pocket just north of downtown Miami is undergoing a quiet transformation.
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Deep City: Birth of the Miami Sound will be showing at the Olympia Theater as part of the Miami International Film Festival tonight, March 14, 2014.
Break out the shamrocks and the Alka Seltzer, St. Patrick's Day is almost here. Whether you're Irish by birth or just looking to get a little Irish in ya this year, it's sacrilegious not to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland's special day.
On April 12-13 in Miami and South Florida, The Cultural Landscape Foundation will host What's Out There Weekend Miami, providing residents and visitors an opportunity to discover and explore more than thirty publicly accessible designed landscapes from Miami to Palm Beach during free, expert-led tours.
Miami Beach Gay Pride is quickly turning into the nation's most vibrant and exciting pride festival.
Two men and a woman were arrested Tuesday in Weston after detectives from the Broward Sheriff's Offices foiled their plans to burglarize a home.
This past weekend the Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral Miami saw an array of stars both on and off the famous Blue Monster.
In December, a New Times investigation showed how an unlicensed doctor like Tony Bosch could sell tightly regulated drugs like steroids so openly from his Coral Gables clinic -- including to superstar athletes like Alex Rodriguez.
DORM DEFICIT : Florida International University is reviewing planned expansion of on-campus housing in light of "multiple private student developments nearby and stable enrollment forecasts," according to Fitch Ratings, which gave $74.4 million in FIU dormitory revenue bonds an A+ rating and a stable outlook.
And with EDM's biggest week coming up -- not just for the 305, but the world -- we couldn't pass up an opportunity to pick Mr. Tong's brain on the state of global dance music and what he has in store for international revelers in Miami this month.
Since the early 17th century, Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick is celebrated on March 17 with feasts and parades to honor the patron saint of Ireland.
LATER THAT NIGHT ANOTHER RAID AND OFFICERS FINDING MORE MARIJUANA. A SECOND PERSON WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY.
Jon and Eileen Andrade, the brother-and-sister team behind the CubanCube food truck are turning brick and mortar when Finka Table & Tap opens this April.
Like others, Rick Zelman has heard the stories about how the drug trade and other shady business activities were responsible for financing much of the construction of Miami's skyline.
Industry specialists agree commercial land is selling at a robust pace compared with four or five years ago now that investors have more confidence and are seeing the benefits of an improving economy.
The way we sound is the way we are. At least that's the case made by two Miami-produced documentaries being released in the next week.