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NEIL DIAMOND HOT AUGUST NIGHTS III - Performance - Celebrate the legendary singer-songwriter in this triumphant 2012 concert at the Greek Theatre in Los... [Read More]
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Nicaragua's political violence is now forcing people to flee – and many are coming to South Florida. Organizations here are helping them find ways they... [Read More]
Phrases like 'iconic,' 'unique,' and 'world-class,' floated around Fort Lauderdale's City Hall Friday afternoon, as the official Las Olas Mobility group... [Read More]
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Another producer of a Spanish-language play in Miami is apologizing for showing a character in blackface. The play "Noche Cubana" is scheduled to premiere... [Read More]
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The downtown area of Key West was developed in the 1800s, before cars. Now it's a busy and successful area with lots of businesses and... [Read More]
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Andrew Gillum called for "common sense gun reform" and deflected questions about fundraising with Broward County's embattled sheriff at a campaign stop on... [Read More]
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This week on The Florida Roundup ... It was 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning May 23, when a scooter and motorcycle were both in the... [Read More]
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On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria pounded Puerto Rico, destroying nearly everything in its path and cutting off the island from the rest of the... [Read More]
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After a brutal start to September, when Florence and three named storms churned across the Atlantic at once, hurricane season is simmering again. On Friday,... [Read More]
Cuban-American author Jennine Capó Crucet has taken her "very Miami" teaching style and pineapple tights to Nebraska. Her book, "Make Your Home Among... [Read More]
South Floridians complain a lot about traffic. Jammed expressways, reckless drivers and unreliable public transportation contribute to a perennial... [Read More]
No, it's not your imagination. [Read More]
The University of Miami's Sports Medicine Institute concussion program is testing a medical marijuana pill for high school football players. According to... [Read More]
Phillip Frost has stepped down as chairman of Miami-based financial group Ladenburg Thalmann, a role he has held since 2006, the firm announced late Thursday.... [Read More]
Welcome to the salon. Not the kind that gives you the cut and color. Nor the type held in the early 1900s in the Paris... [Read More]
Standing alongside Puerto Rican community leaders in Miami on Thursday, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson said he didn't want to talk politics on the one-year... [Read More]
The University of Miami's Sports Medicine Institute concussion program is testing a medical marijuana pill for high school football players. According to... [Read More]
Beaches in Broward County still don't look like what they did before Hurricane Irma washed sand away. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has two... [Read More]
Cameron Kasky became one of the most recognizable faces of the March For Our Lives Movement after he helped raise millions of dollars in a... [Read More]
A team of Canadian journalists — from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), a public radio and television broadcaster, and the Toronto Star... [Read More]
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