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3 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
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.
5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Miami Gardens revealed one of the first major parks projects to utilize the city's $60 million general obligation bond money.
9 hrs ago | KNUS-AM Aurora
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11 hrs ago | Miami New Times
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.
11 hrs ago | Miami New Times
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.
If tequila is your spirit of choice, show some love on National Tequila Day at Bulla Gastrobar.
This Thursday, July 24th is National Tequila Day, and Miami is gearing up to celebrate in true 305 fashion with parties, taco demonstrations, and of course, shots.
In 2006 at the height of the real-estate boom, Ugo Colombo, an Italian-born developer, bought a stake in an empty plot of land along the Miami River, facing Biscayne Bay, in a deal that valued the site at roughly $25 million.
The continuing struggle to fund library service in Miami, Florida, and surrounding Dade County took a happy turn for librarians and advocates this month.
If the clothes of Yves Saint Laurent were groundbreaking, the designer's mystique was as subtle as the curve of an invisibly molded sleeve.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 03:31 pm
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