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23AprTuesday Jam Night at Le Chat Noir
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23AprBrainfood Speaker Series Featuring Jan Bednar
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The LAB Miami

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23AprTaco & Tequila Tuesdays
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St. Roch Market New Orleans

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Miami New Times has new update
5 hours ago Miami Crime Victim Detained By ICE Warns Others About Calling Police for Help
When Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced in January 2017 that the county would no longer be an unofficial "sanctuary" for undocumented immigrants, activists worried the policy would deter some victims from reporting crimes. Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez assured residents that they shouldn't be afraid to call 911 or cooperate with officers.
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
7 hours ago The Splash Zone 4/23/19: Dolphins Showing Interest In Josh Rosen
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. We know the Dolphins are going to be looking for a young quarterback to groom into their franchise. Many speculate that the team will wait until next year’s draft to address that need. But there is one wildcard, that the team could acquire this year and it all depends on what the Arizona Cardinals do with the first pick. If the Cardinals take Kyler Murray, that means they will have to shop Josh Rosen as the kid wants to be a starter somewhere. It appears the Dolphins have been doing their due diligence on the quarterback and anything could happen. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Could Josh Rosen trade come at cost Dolphins couldn't pass up? - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLThe Dolphins need a quarterback. Could Josh Rosen be a smart acquisition? Dolphins Offseason NFL Draft: Joe Schad 2019 Mock Draft 2.0 - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLIf the Dolphins could land a franchise quarterback, they'd love that. If they could land a dominant defensive lineman, they'd love that.If they can land a stud right tackle, they'd like that. If they can move back from 13 and pick up more draft assets, they'd like that. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 4/22/19: Who Is Your Pick For The Dolphins? - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. 1st Round Miami Dolphins mock draft exercise, would you trade down - The PhinsiderWhat would you do in this scenario? Miami dolphins have done significant “research” on Cardinals QB Josh Rosen - The PhinsiderCould the Dolphins swing a trade for Cardinals QB Josh Rosen? 2019 Schedule Reaction and Draft Week - The PhinsiderBreak down of 2019 schedule and Draft rumors 2019 NFL Draft Profiles: D.K. Metcalf, wide receiver, Ole Miss - The PhinsiderSince it is draft week, it is time to turn up the production of our draft prospect breakdowns. Earlier today we added the fifth piece to our series with Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell. Now,... 2019 NFL Draft Profiles: Clelin Ferrell, defensive end, Clemson - The PhinsiderIt is officially Draft Week. The 2019 NFL Draft will open on Thursday, with the Miami Dolphins making the 13th overall pick. Where will the team look on Thursday - and throughout the selection... Miami Dolphins News 4/22/19: Who Is Your Pick For The Dolphins? - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.
22AprPassover FREE Ladies Night Party @ Basement Edition Hotel
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Apr 22 at 10:30 PM · Apr 23, 04:00 AM

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22AprMatza Mania at Wall Miami 4/22 Passover Party
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Apr 22 at 10:00 PM · Apr 23, 04:00 AM

WALL Lounge

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Hot Hot Hoops has new update
15 hours ago In post-LeBron era, moves have consistently backfired for Heat
Pat Riley has made several regrettable signings in recent years. The Miami Heat have gone 125-126 over their last three seasons, barely missing the playoffs twice over that timespan. How have the Heat gotten into this mediocre state of affairs? Ever since LeBron James shocked the Heat by signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Pat Riley made a number of roster moves that seemed justifiable at the time, but look like major mistakes in hindsight. July 11, 2014: Miami Heat re-sign Chris Bosh to a five-year, $118 million deal After James left, Riley released a statement saying, in part, that the Heat have won three championships with him and competed for many others. “Micky, Erik and I remain committed to doing whatever it takes to win and compete for championships for many years to come. We’ve proven that we can do it and we’ll do it again,” it ended. Riley wanted to prove that he could rebuild the Heat again. He did it after Alonzo Mourning’s kidney disease and Shaquille O’Neal’s rapid decline. He signed Chris Bosh to a five-year, $118 million deal to be the franchise cornerstone. Dwyane Wade signed a two-year deal with Miami; the idea was to give the Heat flexibility to add a third star. But less than a year after signing that contract, Bosh suffered blood clots in his lungs. A year after that, blood clots appeared in Bosh’s left leg. He never played another NBA game. Feb. 20, 2015: Heat trade two first-round draft picks for Goran Dragic That third star I mentioned earlier? Goran Dragic was supposed to be that guy. He was fresh off a Third-Team All-NBA selection. Wade even welcomed his new teammate on Twitter, calling Miami “a team and organization that doesn’t accept losing.” @Goran_Dragic & #ZoranDragic Welcome to #HeatNation... a team and organization that doesn't accept losing. #Retooling #thanks4thenewlifeline— DWade (@DwyaneWade) February 20, 2015 But Bosh’s blood clots in his lungs appeared two days after the Heat traded for Dragic, dooming Riley’s plan. And to convince Phoenix to trade Dragic to Miami, Riley gave up two first-round draft picks — one the Heat gave up last year, and the next one in 2021. Draft picks can help a rebuilding team get an infusion of talent; imagine where the Heat would be without Bam Adebayo. Dragic hasn’t been bad with the Heat; he earned an All-Star selection last year and motored the Heat to their 30-11 finish to the 2016-17 season. But the Heat traded for him to be the third star next to Bosh and Wade. That never materialized. July 2016: Heat spend money on Hassan Whiteside, but not Dwyane Wade Miami entered the 2016 off-season in a strange place. Chris Bosh had played his last NBA game, but the Heat finished a win away from advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals. Riley signed Hassan Whiteside in November 2014 as a former second-round pick who had played in the G League and in China. But he led the NBA in blocks in 2016 and averaged a double-double. Like Udonis Haslem, Voshon Leonard and Tyler Johnson before him, Riley had found a diamond in the rough. The Dallas Mavericks met with Hassan Whiteside shortly after free agency began in 2016. Riley may not have thought Whiteside was a max player, but didn’t want to see Whiteside leave for free agency after LeBron James left two years prior. Riley offered Whiteside a four-year, $98 million contract, and he accepted. Whiteside was 27 years old when he signed that contract. Wade was 34 when he left the Heat that summer, unhappy that Miami wouldn’t offer a third year on a contract offer. Wade may not have been worth a max contract at that age. (The Heat offering a three-year deal would have been a thank-you for Wade’s past pay-cuts.) But in hindsight, the Heat should have paid the older player and let the young one walk. July 7, 2017: Heat sign James Johnson, Dion Waiters to four-year contracts In addition to Dragic, James Johnson and Dion Waiters helped the Heat go 30-11. And Johnson had a great year 2016-17 year with Miami, playing in 76 games and emerging as a dynamic point forward. He played tough defense, moved the ball offensively and made an athletic play or two. But Waiters played in just 46 games in 2016-17; essentially got a four-year deal for a 25-game stretch of good basketball. During that stretch, Waiters averaged 18.4 points and shot 44.5 percent from downtown. Some good basketball, certainly, but not sustained over a time period to justify a four-year contract. Waiters missed an entire calendar year of NBA basketball over the next two seasons and has never returned to that level of play. And although Johnson hasn’t suffered the injury woes Waiters has, he also hasn’t played up to that level since signing that four-year contract. Of course, not all is lost for the Heat. They still have Justise Winslow, Bam Adebayo and Josh Richardson. None of them may be All-Star caliber players, but they all can contribute as rotation players on a championship team. But because of those bad moves, the Heat may be stuck with waiting for two years—after those contracts all come off the books—before returning to championship contention.
22AprPints & Plants
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Apr 22 at 07:00 PM · 10:00 pm

Concrete Beach Brewery

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Oswaldo Tortoledo
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The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
20 hours ago What happens if Kyler Murray falls?
The conventional wisdom over the last several weeks has been the Arizona Cardinals will use the first overall selection in Thursday’s 2019 NFL Draft to select Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray. That pick would come despite Arizona trading up in last year’s first round to select quarterback Josh Rosen. Would Arizona make that kind of move? Thus far, the answer to that question has largely been, “Yes.” The Cardinals hired Kliff Kingsbury to be their new head coach this year, and he has no tie to Rosen, but was said - before knowing he was heading to the NFL - that he would select Murray if he has the top pick this year. Now he has the top pick and it appears he will make that exact pick. But, what if Arizona throws a curveball on Thursday? Quietly, mock drafts around the web are starting to change the first pick. The Los Angeles Times held a mock draft on Monday featuring 32 reporters covering the various NFL franchises, and Kent Somers from The Arizona Republic projected Quinnen Williams to be Arizona’s first overall pick. Murray stayed on the board until the Miami Dolphins’ pick, 13th overall, when Omar Kelly from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel made him Miami’s new franchise quarterback. Kelly explained, “The Dolphins didn’t anticipate Kyler Murray’s draft-day slide, at least in this mock, but since he’s available at 13, they’ll rush to the podium and select a talent many believe will be this generation’s version of Russell Wilson.” Almost simultaneously, Armando Salguero from the Miami Herald tweeted he was doing a reporters mock draft, and with the 13th pick, he had the possibility of selecting Murray. He chose Florida tackle Jawaan Taylor instead, giving Miami a right tackle to bookended the offensive line with Laremy Tunsil at left tackle, and continuing the team’s rebuild of the foundation of the franchise. CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco recently stated, “Initially, the ownership pushed for Kyler Murray, that much I know, I was told that. The reason they did is they are having a hard time selling tickets. Well, they put it out there. Arizona was lukewarm to it. So now, all of a sudden, they are pulling back and from what I’ve been told, they are going to go in a different direction. They are not going to draft Kyler Murray.” Prisco then backed that up with his latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft, where he has Arizona using the first pick on Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa. He has Murray remaining on the board until the Dolphins pick at 13 - though he also admits that may be too far of a slide for Murray. Seth Cox from Revenge of the Birds adds another rumor to the mix, writing “There is a rumor that [Cardinals GM] Steve Keim, not ownership, is pushing for the Cardinals to keep Rosen and take another player at one since the Cardinals have not been offered a first in exchange for Rosen.” The latest rumors circulating for a trade of Rosen - which would like have to occur should Murray be selected - focus on the Dolphins, but only with a third-round draft choice as the compensation. Maybe this is all smokescreen. Maybe this is just Arizona trying to drive up the compensation for Rosen. Maybe the Cardinals are trying to see if anyone will blow them away with an offer for the first pick. Maybe this is the time of year when nothing you hear is 100 percent truth. But, maybe, just maybe, Murray is not the first-overall pick on Thursday. And if he is not, Thursday immediately falls into chaos. Will someone jump up to grab Murray? Will he fall to the New York Giants at six? The Denver Broncos at 10? The Dolphins at 13? The Washington Redskins at 15? What happens if Kyler Murray falls?
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Tuesday Specials in Miami

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

7221 SW 58 Ave. , South Miami Fl, 33143
Karaoke Tuesdays - Live karaoke hosted by Karaoke Plus! $5 Happy Meal (PBR+Jager shot)

American Social Brickell

690 SW 1ST CT , Miami FL, 33130
Happy Hour Mon–Fri, 4–8pm Half-price well drinks, wine and beer, plus $10 specialty cocktails.