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3 days ago | Technology
Power is a loaded word, and Miami is ready to blow its top. Nine days into the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, thousands of residents across Miami-Dade and Broward remain without power. Many locals feel powerless in the face of the brute force of nat...
12 days ago | Culture
An alliance of grassroots organizations has banded together to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and secured a 12,000 square foot warehouse at EcoTech Visions in North Miami as headquarters for disaster refief. Some of the organizations ar...
15 days ago | Culture
The word hurricane is rich with symbolism that evolves from indigenous Caribbean mythology and even deeper roots in Mayan culture. There are various accounts about the origin of the word, but most agree that Spanish explorers in the 16th Ce...
22 days ago | Lists
Surfside is a rare bird among Miami’s beach destinations. Sandwiched between the ritzy Bal Harbour and the working-class, ethnic enclaves of Miami Beach’s northernmost neighborhoods, the quaint town of Surfside — all one square mile of it — stands...
1 month ago | Culture
On August 11, 2017, a group of white supremacists gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, to protest the scheduled removal of a statue of Confederate icon Gen. Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park. With tension mounting in the city, the so-called U...
2 months ago | Sex & Dating
“The more we do it, the more awake we become.” That's how Sandra Lopez describes the benefits of the slow-sex practice she advocates. Lopez, a sexuality and relationships coach who discovered the slow-sex practice in 2013, is now a leader in South...