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  • Florida Keys Devastated After Hurricane Irma
    September 14 at 9:45 a.m. by Zachary Fagenson

    Days after Hurricane Irma's eye passed over Cudjoe Key, rescuers are just now seeing the massive damage to the Lower and Middle Keys, where hundreds of homes and businesses were destroyed by fierce winds and huge storm surge. Reporter Zachary…

     
  • The Aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
    September 13 at 9:50 a.m. by Carina Mask

    People across South Florida are drying out, cleaning up, and rebuilding after Hurricane Irma slammed the state over the weekend. Here are a few scenes from West Palm Beach down to Hollywood, Florida.

     
  • Cleaning Up South Beach and Downtown Miami After Hurricane Irma
    September 12 at 1:36 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Hurricane Irma brought damage to local stores, homes and boats. Many people are still without electric power, internet, and hot water. Despite all that, property owners were hard at work Tuesday, Photographer Michele Eve Sandberg captured some of…

     

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  • Miami Continues to Clean Up the Mess Left Behind by Irma
    September 12 at 10:52 a.m. by Amadeus McCaskill

    Miami's Financial District, Brickell, was hit particularly hard during Hurricane Irma by the storm surge that saw the streets inundated with waist-deep water. After Irma had passed, Brickell residents came out to explore the aftermath as the city…

     
  • Miami Picks Up the Pieces After Hurricane Irma
    September 11 at 1:18 p.m. by Miami New Times staff

    Monday, September 11, Miami woke up to survey the damage left after Hurricane Irma pummeled the entire state of Florida. From downed power lines to fallen trees and broken glass, Miami may have been spared the 185 mph winds Irma had at its peak,…

     
  • South Florida Prepares for Hurricane Irma's Impact
    September 7 at 9:41 a.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    South Florida is in a frenzy to prepare for what could be a catastrophic hurricane landfall this weekend. Photographer Michele Eve Sandberg captured these photos from across South Florida as residents prepare for the impending arrival of Hurricane…

     
  • Scenes From Hollywood's Street Sign Protest and Commission Hearing
    August 31 at 8 a.m. by Carina Mask

    Peaceful protesters gathered at Hollywood City Hall at noon on Wednesday, August 30, with signs and chants. Tensions were high during the afternoon. However the protests went almost without incident, only one man was arrested. Just before midnight,…

     
  • Miami Celebrates the 2017 Solar Eclipse at Frost Museum of Science
    August 22 at 9:15 a.m. by George Martinez

    Despite it being the start of the workweek and the new school year, hundreds of people showed up to the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science to experience the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The museum set up telescopes around the…

     
  • Protesters Rally Against Jeff Sessions in Downtown Miami
    August 16 at 5:36 p.m. by Paola de Varona

    Dozens of protesters in Miami marched against Jeff Sessions on August 16 as he spoke at the Port of Miami to praise Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez for ending the city's sanctuary-city program, which protected illegal immigrants from federal…

     
  • Meet the Mysterious Key West Cat Man
    August 15 at 8:30 a.m. by Javier Storch

    Dominque Lefort, a Frenchman known to many as “Cat Man,” has developed an enormously popular pre-sunset show over three decades in Key West. The cats — pets that many people consider untrainable — jump long distances on command, exhibit amazing…

     
  • Miami Unites for Candlelight Vigil in Wake of Charlottesville Attack
    August 14 at 9:01 a.m. by Karli Evans

    A small crowd formed in downtown Miami on Sunday, August 13, to light candles and stand in solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia. After passing out candles, the group formed a circle to share a moment of…

     
  • Miami Sex Offenders Form Community in Makeshift Tent Neighborhood
    August 8 at 8 a.m. by Isabella Gomes

    Twenty-eight camping tents sit pitched along both sides of the road in a stretch of Northwest Miami-Dade. In them live scores of registered sex offenders. The encampment is the result of a 2005 county law — much stricter than a similar…

     
  • El Clásico 2017: Highlights from Barcelona vs. Real Madrid at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
    July 31 at 8:30 a.m. by George Martinez

    El Clásico demonstrated how important soccer is to South Florida on Saturday, July 29. Hard Rock Stadium had a full house despite high ticket prices, which didn't stop eager fans. Marc Anthony took over the halftime show and got the stands…

     
  • El Clásico 2017: Casa Clásico Celebrates Soccer at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami
    July 29 at 9:30 a.m. by George Martinez

    You know it's big when Drake, Lil Wayne, and French Montana lace up and hit the field. Besides the 1994 World Cup games that took place in Miami, El Clásico is one of the biggest soccer matches ever played here. In the lead-up to the game, Bayfront…

     
  • Trans Justice Rally Protests Trump Policy at the Torch of Friendship in Downtown Miami
    July 28 at 8:20 a.m. by Carina Mask

    On July 27 in downtown Miami, SAVE Dade organized a trans justice rally. Activists gathered at the Torch of Friendship to speak out against Donald Trump's announcement that he wants to ban transgender people from serving in the military.

     
  • Miami Photographer Documents War-Torn Mosul (Warning: Graphic Images)
    July 26 at 9:30 a.m. by Jose Argueta

    A week after Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi announced Mosul's liberation from ISIS, Miami native Jose Argueta paid a visit to the old city to document the ongoing humanitarian crisis. But in a turn of events, he found himself farther into the…

     
  • Zoo Babies: Meet the Cute Newborns of Zoo Miami
    July 25 at 4:05 p.m. by Ron Magill

    Can you think of a better way to spend your afternoon at the office than scrolling through aww-inducing photos of baby zoo animals? Don't worry, we couldn't either. Ron Magill sent New Times these photos of recent births at Zoo Miami. You're welcome.

     
  • What Will O.J. Simpson Do for a Job? Here Are Some Ideas
    July 21 at 9 a.m.

    Orenthal James Simpson — the 70-year-old former Buffalo Bills running back turned crazy criminal — may soon be among us… again. On Thursday, a parole board decided that after nine years of a 33-year sentence, the Juice had served enough time for a…

     
  • Real-Estate Porn: Miami's Most Glamorous Properties
    July 21 at 6:30 a.m. by Paola de Varona

    From a $46 million mansion on Star Island to a $55 million ultraluxe Faena penthouse, Miami's real-estate market is saturated with opulent properties. Despite the Magic City's serious lack of affordable housing and the fact that it's nearly…

     
  • Thousands in Miami Vote to Rebuke Maduro in Venezuela Referendum
    July 17 at 1:44 p.m. by Alona Abbady Martinez

    Millions of Venezuelans around the world turned out on July 16 to rebuke Nicolás Maduro's regime, which wants to re-write the nation's constitution. Critics say Maduro's plan is another attempt to seize dictatorial control in the South American…

     

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