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Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Fuels Citizenship Push in Miami | Miami New Times
Sep23

Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Fuels Citizenship Push in Miami | Miami New Times

As it turns out, Donald Trump may be the perfect presidential candidate for Latinos after all. No, no — not to actually be president. But to inspire mil… Source:...

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Miami-Dade group helps break cycle of domestic violence | Miami Herald

Each one of them has talent. But many forgot their skills and hobbies when they lived under the yoke of domestic violence. Source:...

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Damian Lazarus’ Goal for III Points: “I Want People to Fall Into a Big Bucket of Sound” | Miami New Times
Sep23

Damian Lazarus’ Goal for III Points: “I Want People to Fall Into a Big Bucket of Sound” | Miami New Times

Natural elements are important to Damian Lazarus. The English DJ and owner of the Crosstown Rebels record label has played in jungles, on the Galápagos Islands, in an igloo, and in deserts around the world. He’s also played after parties in random fan’s houses and hasn’t totally ruled this out following his upcoming set at III Points, so tidy up just in case. He tells stories with sounds and his most recent work with three London...

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Once among NFL’s elite, Miami Dolphins now live in mediocrity | www.palmbeachpost.com
Sep09

Once among NFL’s elite, Miami Dolphins now live in mediocrity | www.palmbeachpost.com

DAVIE — The boy, still fairly new to South Florida, was even newer to football, but he knew a chance to celebrate when he saw one. His first brush with the euphoria sports offers had come when the team he adopted two hours earlier won a playoff game that seemed like it’d never end, the final Christmas gift he unwrapped that year. That was good, but what came next year — a Super Bowl championship — was very good. Source:...

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Miami leaders say more police are coming soon |   The Miami Times |  Serving South Florida’s African American Community since 1923
Sep09

Miami leaders say more police are coming soon | The Miami Times | Serving South Florida’s African American Community since 1923

Come October, Miami residents could see an increased police presence around town, as city and police department brass announced that 40 new officers will join the staff in the upcoming fiscal year. Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, City Manager Daniel J. Alfonso and Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes on Thursday announced the boost in police hiring during a press conference where they pledged the new officers will address concerns about crime. The...

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140 Cuban dissidents arrested some beaten on way to church – UPI.com
Sep09

140 Cuban dissidents arrested some beaten on way to church – UPI.com

HAVANA, Sept. 9 (UPI) — About 140 Cuban dissidents were arrested for several hours on Tuesday after they were traveling to celebrate the feast day of the island country’s patron saint. The dissidents were going to attend a mass at the Lady of Caridad del Cobre Church when about 140 Patriotic Union of Cuba opposition group members were arrested along with about 20 woman affiliated with the Ladies in White dissident...

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