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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School had an armed and trained police guard at the school the day Nikolas Cruz killed 17 students and teachers. People have since questioned why the guard wasn't able to stop Cruz from committing the massacre. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel solved that mystery minutes ago: BSO...
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Everyone knows Florida is run by rubes, fools, and con men. But most people likely weren't aware just how stupid the state's legislators really are here on a daily basis until this week, when a brutal Florida school massacre forced national reporters to ask the state's Republican intelligentsia how they feel...
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The South Beach Wine & Food Festival is underway, and hundreds of chefs are flying in from around the world to cook at the fest's various dinners and parties. Of course, it's not all work for these talented toques: They also storm the restaurants and bars of our fair city in what's referred to as "spring break for chefs."
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M.I.A. Beer Company opened its tap room in January 2015 and will be throwing an anniversary party in Doral on February 24 to celebrate three years of pouring fresh, local beer for the Miami community. As is usual for breweries, there will be large quantities of suds to go around. But beer won't be the only alcoholic beverage available. M.I.A. will also be serving cocktails made with gin and vodka too.
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Acoustic shows are rare in Miami. The DJ is king, and jazz nights are plentiful. But performances with just a musician and his or her instrument of choice are hard to come by.
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Perhaps one day in the near future, all radio will be streamed online, but as of 2018, radio stations still carry their signals over the airwaves. Peter Stebbins founder of the nonprofit Shake 108 has been reminded of this fact the hard way. In the months before he started the...
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If you'd like to visit a place where you can grab a cup of fresh-roasted coffee, snag a bowl of ramen, and pick up some local produce for dinner without walking more than a few paces, there's a one-stop shop in Palm Beach County that offers just that type of experience.
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The day after a disturbed student burst into his former school with a military-style rifle and shot 17 people to death, Chris Grady was sitting at home, feeling "pretty useless." The 18-year-old senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High kept thinking he should be doing something about the massacre.
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"Shame! Shame! Shame!" a man wearing a "Ban the AR-15" shirt yelled as Sen. Marco Rubio entered the BB&T Center for Wednesday night's CNN town-hall special about the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High massacre.
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The LGBTQ community and its allies are set to converge on Miami Beach yet again. It’s time for another Winter Party Festival, and this one is an especially big to-do. This year marks the 25th edition of the high-energy, multifaceted fiesta that, in years past, has attracted more than 10,000 attendees.
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