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1 hr ago | The Miami Herald
Despite limiting himself to saying in the last two years that he did not discard privatizing garbage pickup service, Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernández has quietly taken the first steps to do it, according to a city financial report.
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5 hrs ago | Beacon
After five years of intimate research and interviews, journalism professor Robert Gutsche Jr. turns his Ph.D. dissertation into a book.
10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
On the streets since 1989, Andres Hernandez's mobile knife-sharpening services are available by appointment or if you happen to find his truck rolling around Miami.
11 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Miami police arrested a man Thursday in the brutal slaying of a troubled 11-year-old girl in her Little Havana apartment in June.
14 hrs ago | Miami New Times
Miami neighborhoods couldn't be more different from one another. You might even say they have personalities of their own: some more tumultuous and provocative, and some baring a more modest and/or hoity-toity personality.
15 hrs ago | Sunshine State News
Not anymore. If you want police protection in Florida, you're going to have to pay extra for it, apparently.
19 hrs ago | Business Journal
Boxer Floyd Mayweather has listed his Sunny Isles Beach condo for sale. The price tag for the 3,000-square-foot penthouse at St. Tropez Condominiums comes in at $2.6 million, Gossip Extra reports.
21 hrs ago | Miami New Times
English can be only very optimistically referred to as a second language at this Spanish market/caf/bakery.
Workers in the mixing room blend various spices to create Badia products. Miami-based Badia Spices has grown from a small company serving the local Cuban community to an enterprise that sells its products throughout the United States and in dozens of international markets, competing with the largest spice companies in the nation.
A common challenge for startups is determining when and where to obtain legal services, as well as coming up with the bucks for the fees.
The head of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is going to get a dramatic change of scenery.
A mainstay on Washington Avenue for over 15 years, Twist is the mother hen of South Beach gay clubs.
The Caribbean Marketplace in Miami 's Little Haiti community reopened on July 18, 2014, after an 18-year hiatus.
My special Pride Month celebration began early — at 7:30 a.m. — when I would be giving a speech on a topic no new U.S. citizen had ever heard.
Mid-Life 2! , playing at Actors' Playhouse through August 17, takes audiences back to the aches, pains, and joys of getting older from ever-increasing trips to the doctor's office, to the horrifying moment when one qualifies for a senior discount.
It is known for its eclectic collection of arts and crafts from the home country.
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Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:10 pm
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