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The five best restaurants on Normandy Isle

When you think of Miami Beach the first things that come to mind are clubs, bars, and expensive restaurants — and maybe...

Pioneer, hairdresser and artist: How Hannah Lasky helped transform Miami

The year is 1989, and the first salon on Ocean Drive is now open in the basement of the empty Leslie Hotel....

South Beach Wine & Food Festival wraps up (includes video story)

Celebrating 21 years of continuous dedication, the South Beach Wine and Food Festival concluded this past weekend. Sponsored by Food Network and the Cooking...

Newsbreak February 25, 2022

Western countries respond to attack Russia with sanctions. President Biden nominates the first Black woman to serve the Supreme Court and she is from...

Art Basel Returned to Miami amid NFT craze and COVID-19

Art Basel returned to Miami Beach despite fears surrounding the omicron variant. Therefore, the event added additional safety measures to prevent the risk of...

Hundreds run the Halloween Half Marathon and Freaky Four-Miler on South...

Hundreds of runners flocked to South Beach before dawn this past Saturday to participate in the Halloween Half and Freaky Four-Miler. They wore costumes of...

Top five places to grab sushi in Miami

Miami is a culinary melting pot for South Florida foodies. This extends far beyond the classic Cuban bakery or Latin kitchen. In recent years,...

Newsbreak August 26, 2021

Local government and businesses are starting initiatives to encourage the community to get vaccinated, a Fort Lauderdale anti-mask parent is arrested for physical assault,...

Giving back is Bam Adebayo’s daily endgame

Miami Heat center Edrice Femi “Bam” Adebayo grew up in a North Carolina trailer with his single-parent mother. He keeps a photo of it...

Airbnb bounces back on the beach

After a Florida appeals court ruled that Miami Beach’s fines for violations of its short-term rental laws – which in most cases exceeded $15,000...