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11 hours ago Father Sues After Prosecutors Failed to Charge Guard Who Beat His Teenage Son
On February 12, 2017, Darell Bryant tossed a 14-year-old child to the ground and punched him in the face, breaking his nose. Video footage obtained by the Miami Herald as part of their exposé on guards in Florida's juvenile detention facilities stoking violence amongst the incarcerated children shows Bryant slamming the child against a wall, then hurling him to the ground and pummeling him in the face.
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13 hours ago The Splash Zone 12/11/18: Miami Miracle Is Still Unbelievable
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. I don’t know if I’ll ever grow tired of watching the final play from Sunday. I don’t think anything will ever top this feeling, besides seeing the Dolphins win a Super Bowl. The Dolphins needed this in the win in the worst way possible. Not only did the win keep the playoff hopes alive, it really brought together this whole Dolphins fan base. The Miami Miracle is going to be a moment none of us Dolfans will ever forget and I am so glad I was able to witness it. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. AC In The AM: Doesn't Get Much Better Than ThisIt was the wildest, craziest, most bizarre, most exhilarating ending in franchise history. Patriots at Dolphins Oh, 'Boise': How the Miami Miracle unfolded and stunned Patriots - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPNIt didn't work exactly the way it was scripted, but the Dolphins improvised, turning a certain loss into a win and staying alive in the AFC race. Miami’s Miracle and Playoff Momentum: NFL Week 14 | SI.comThe Dolphins pull off a crazy last-second win (with some help from Gronk and Co.), the Bears show 2018 what a defense looks like, Patrick Mahomes summons up more highlight-reel magic, the Cowboys take charge and the rest of the news from a truly wild NFL Sunday. Here are all the broadcast calls from the Dolphins' 'Miracle in Miami' that beat the Patriots - CBSSports.comThe stunning finish brought plenty of great reactions Patriots' last-second loss to Dolphins in Miami has huge implications for road to Super Bowl LIII - CBSSports.comThe Patriots' path to a Super Bowl appearance may be dead after last-second loss to Dolphins I Said It: Adam Gase On Miami Miracle, Playoff Probability“The effort was through the roof. They tried to play as well as they could as a group.” Dolphins Running Backs Kenyan Drake: Adam Gase said he brought me here for this – ProFootballTalkFew could have seen the Dolphins beating the Patriots, period. The way they did it was practically inconceivable. But according to Kenyan Drake, who was on the business end of the 69-yard, multi-lateral, game-winning touchdown, Dolphins coach Adam Gase saw it coming. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 12/10/18: Miracles Do Happen As Dolphins Pull Of The Impossible - 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. Will the Annexation of Puerto Rico Lead the Dolphins to the Playoffs? - The PhinsiderCan the Miami Dolphins ride this momentum into the NFL Playoffs?
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17 hours ago Lakers spoil Wade/LeBron final battle, edge out Heat 108-105
Despite some great play, and multiple opportunities to put this one away the Heat would come up short in the final battle between Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. 1st Quarter: The Heat started off strong on defense, forcing a Lonzo Ball turnover and immediately converting on a Rodney Mcgruder three. Still, it wouldn’t take long for the Lakers to return fire. Though they missed some shots, Miami did a wonderful job sharing the ball to start, a credit to Dragic returning as floor general. Dwyane Wade entered with 7:15 to go and was met to a huge round of much deserved applause. His impact was immediately felt as he orchestrated an effortless two man game with Bam Adebayo. Bam looked fantastic to start, throwing down oops and working the midrange. They had some slip ups, but Miami’s first quarter was solid. They’d head into the second down just six. 2nd Quarter: The Heat didn’t stay down for long, with Kelly Olynyk getting them within striking distance and Derrick Jones Jr tying things up. Justise Winslow continued his strong play, shooting beautifully off some great passes from Wade. Miami’s strong offense would lead to a 15-3 scoring run to take the lead, on the other end of the floor Derrick Jones Jr would use his leaping ability to have a small block party (it was very entertaining). Miami would continue to build on their lead thanks to strong play by Justise Winslow and Derrick Jones Jr. I can’t give enough praise to Justise Winslow, he looked fantastic as he shot confidently drove the lane aggressively and set up his teammates (he had 14 points midway through the second). The Lakers would battle back thanks to LeBron James, and get within striking distance, but Miami would hold on and head into the second half up three. 3rd Quarter: The Lakers and Heat both came out firing to start the third causing a flurry of lead changes (9 total for the quarter) Though persistent, Josh Richardson struggled to get things going for the third game in a row. He was out of sync. I can’t help but wonder if he’s still injured or just slumping. It’s worth noting that Josh was atrocious to start last season before he picked it up. The Heat office grew stagnant around the 6:30 mark, while the Lakers started to pick up steam. Dwyane Wade would come in and change that scoring 4 quick points. The Heat and Lakers really started to go back and forth in the final minute of the third. The Heat reserves were excellent, but still they’d find themselves down one headed into the fourth. 4th Quarter: Wade would do it all for Miami to start the fourth with some great buckets and defensive plays. The Heat were relentless, crashing the boards after every shot and looking hungry. The Heat would regain the lead and build on it as Justise Winslow continued his offensive assault. (He set a career high in points) The Lakers wouldn’t go easily though, with LeBron scoring some beautiful buckets. This would unfortunately wake up the Lakers as they went on an 11-2 run to steal back the lead. Wade wouldn’t let Miami go quietly into the night, as he went to work scoring on a beautiful reverse layup and getting his teammates going. The real JRich would return and hit a huge three, but an avoidable Bam travel would cost the Heat. Wade would guard LeBron in the final minute as their final battle came to a close. Wade had an opportunity to put things away with a three, but he’d miss and the Heat would foul LeBron and he’d sink his free throws to put them down three. The Heat would have a chance to tie things up in the final seconds, but would come up short as LeBron would break the tie and win the final battle in the Wade/James series. Still, this was a hard fought game and one that will be remembered for a long time.
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20 hours ago GAMETHREAD: Miami Heat (11-14) @ L.A. Lakers (16-10)
Chat live as the Heat visit the Lakers on NBATV. This is our GAMETHREAD: Chat live about the game here! The Miami Heat continue their road trip and look for a third consecutive win when they play the L.A. Lakers. This will be the last time that Dwyane Wade and LeBron James face each other in a NBA game. Tipoff: 10:30 p.m. TV: SunSports, NBATV Radio: 790 AM, 106.3 FM
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21 hours ago J.T. Realmuto trade rumors at the Winter Meetings: Dec. 10
Providing you with Realmuto updates on a daily basis as momentum builds toward a blockbuster deal. 6:18 PM PT Update The top seven suitors for J.T. Realmuto, according to Jon Heyman: Dodgers, Mets, Padres, Astros, Phillies, Yankees and Braves. Long way to go to resolve this! 6:07 PM PT Update Mike Hill finally addresses this exciting situation (sort of): #Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill wouldn’t say anything specific on the J.T. Realmuto trade rumors. Said there’s been “significant interest” from other teams.— Wells Dusenbury (@DuseReport) December 11, 2018 Uh...thanks? 3:16 PM PT Update No Realmuto deal is close, SiriusXM/Five Reasons Sports host Craig Mish reports. Though he notes that in ongoing talks between the Marlins and Braves, left-hander Sean Newcomb has been mentioned as a piece of the return package. That’s...odd. Newcomb flirted with a no-hitter in July, but otherwise struggled mightily to throw strikes late last season (3.90 ERA/4.14 FIP in 164.0 IP overall). Aside from Wei-Yin Chen, the Marlins have a deficit of lefty starting pitching candidates on their 40-man roster, so maybe that’s contributing to their interest? Entering his age-26 campaign, Newcomb does not profile as a headliner. Still, he’s a controllable player who shouldn’t be entirely overlooked. 2:22 PM PT Update The Marlins are well-stocked with outfield prospects already, but the 22-year-old Alex Verdugo would be a welcome addition anyway: Alex Verdugo is a very good talent but the Dodgers seem willing to include him in a big deal, surely Realmuto and probably Kluber or Bauer. Verdugo would fit the Marlins or Indians, who both need an OF— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 10, 2018 Don’t overreact to Verdugo’s mediocrity at the plate in the big leagues (.240/.309/.360)—that comes from a microscopic 111-plate appearance sample size. MLB Pipeline considers him “one of the best pure hitting prospects in baseball” and No. 1 overall in the Dodgers organization. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Throughout this process, the National League champs have seemed like a logical landing spot for Realmuto. Their longtime primary catcher Yasmani Grandal is a free agent and Austin Barnes suffered a big regression in 2018, casting doubt about his ability to handle an expanded workload. That being said, as included in Jon Heyman’s tweet, the Dodgers have their hands in several different pots at the Winter Meetings. If Verdugo goes elsewhere in a different blockbuster trade, perhaps the Marlins would seek catcher Keibert Ruiz as the centerpiece of their return package. 9:47 AM PT Update Conflicting with an earlier report from The Athletic, the Marlins have “slightly lowered” their trade demands since the 2018 season ended, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Sherman adds that the industry understands Miami’s urgency to make a move while the All-Star is so valuable, forcing Michael Hill and Co. to be more reasonable. The Mets privately feel that acquiring Realmuto is “a long shot” despite their new GM’s commitment to short-term roster upgrades. Sherman names free agent Martin Maldonado as an alternate target. The Marlins seek a controllable major leaguer like Amed Rosario or Brandon Nimmo to compensate for the lack of elite prospects in New York’s farm system. 8:43 AM PT Update Jon Heyman of Fancred weighs in on the opportunities for J.T. Realmuto to remain inside the NL East: Funny that Marlins have said they’d prefer to trade Realmuto out of the division, and they just can’t chase those teams out. They know him best. Mets and Phils r involved, Braves not completely out. Nats, who chased hardest over last year, are the 1 nl east team not in.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 10, 2018 It could prove to be a clever negotiating tactic—insisting that they’d rather have Realmuto outside the division, putting the onus on those rivals to change their mind with overwhelming packages. From prior to the Winter Meetings, here’s more coverage on the fits with the Mets and Braves: Although J.T. Realmuto has been on the trading block throughout 2018, the Marlins haven’t budged on their high asking price. That approach has made me uneasy at times, but according to multiple reports, it’s serving them well—he continues to draw interest from a wide variety of suitors. Sunday’s article covered several major developments to his market, so get caught up on that if you haven’t already. We lead off Monday’s coverage with a focus on one specific potential trade partner: the San Diego Padres. Jim Bowden was first to identify them as being involved in negotiations, with The Athletic’s Dennis Lin describing their interest in greater detail (subscription required): Sources, meanwhile, say the Padres believe in Realmuto’s ability as a rare impact player — and his potential to be just that in San Diego. But given the high price tag and limited control, it remains to be seen how fervently they pursue a deal. The Padres likely would be content to go forward with [Francisco] Mejía, [Austin] Hedges or, for the time being, both. It should be noted, though, that the Padres’ interest in one of the game’s premier catchers predates their July acquisition of Mejía. That trade seemingly has not decreased their interest. All talent evaluators agree: the Padres have built one of MLB’s best farm systems in terms of both high upside and depth. If general manager A.J. Preller is motivated, he should be able to outbid anybody for Realmuto. Aside from shortstop phenom Fernando Tatís Jr., there are no untouchables. Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports On the other hand, the Marlins might feel reluctant to do business with Preller. His front office swindled them in 2016’s midseason trade that swapped Fernando Rodney for Chris Paddack. Of even greater concern, the teams were forced to rework a deadline deal when Preller provided faulty medical records for right-hander Colin Rea, whose elbow gave out during his very first appearance in Miami. Former Fish executive David Samson recently alleged rampant medical fraud in a tell-all interview on Dan Le Batard’s radio show (h/t Barry Jackson, Miami Herald). Early Monday morning, colleague Ken Rosenthal confirmed that the Marlins continue to hold firm on their sky-high asking price. “Koufax, DiMaggio and Ted Williams in return,” one of his club sources says jokingly. Every single day until the Marlins finally pull the trigger on a Realmuto trade, I’ll be publishing and updating an article like this. You can find them all here.
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22 hours ago Monday Night Football: Minnesota Vikings @ Seattle Seahawks Live Thread & Game Information
Tonight’s Sunday Night Game features two second place NFC teams. The Minnesota Vikings will travel to Seattle Washington this evening to take on the Seattle Seahawks. The Vikings are coming into the game coming off a lost to the New England Patriots by a 24 to 10 score. The Seahawks are coming off a blow out win over the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 43 to 16. Please use this thread to discuss this evenings game, any of the other action is and around the NFL from this past weekend or of course your Miami Dolphins exciting win yesterday over the New England Patriots. Please continue to follow all site rules during the live thread. Also remember that there is no sharing, requesting or providing of any illegal game streams allowed. Minnesota Vikings (6-5-1) 2nd NFC North @ Seattle Seahawks (7-5) 2nd NFC West When: 8:15 PM EST Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington TV: ESPN Odds: Seahawks -3 Over/Under: 46
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1 day ago DJ Khaled had a huge birthday party and the gifts were worth more than a Kendall condo
DJ Khaled and his wife Nicole celebrated their birthdays with Haute Living magazine at a joint party Sunday night at the Perez Art Museum Miami. The DJ, who just paid the SEC over $150,000 in fees for failing to disclose payments he received in a cryptocurrency deal, turned 43 in his usual grand style, with … Continue reading "DJ Khaled had a huge birthday party and the gifts were worth more than a Kendall condo" The post DJ Khaled had a huge birthday party and the gifts were worth more than a Kendall condo appeared first on Miami.com.
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1 day ago Video: Miami Cops Violently Shove Crowd at Air Jordan Shoe Release
Miami Police officers said they had to shut down an Air Jordan shoe-release event at the Miami nightclub E11even this past Saturday after cops said patrons got too "rowdy" while waiting for sneakers. Video shows crowds surging against metal barriers in an unsafe manner.
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1 day ago Ortiz-Backed Group Loses Control of Miami Police Union
Javier Ortiz has led the City of Miami Fraternal Order of Police since 2011. In that time, he has racked up excessive-force complaints, been sued a few times, and said demonstrably racist things on social media. He has also mysteriously escaped punishment after multiple Internal Affairs investigations and nearly lost his job after he got caught harassing a police critic online. He appeared to be made from Teflon.
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1 day ago Punch Bowl Social Will Offer Made-From-Scratch Food and Drinks, Plus Games, in a Sprawling Wynwood Venue
When it opens next summer, Punch Bowl Social will take up the entire first floor of the Wynwood Garage.
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1 day ago GAME PREVIEW: Miami Heat visit the L.A. Lakers in final LeBron-Wade duel
LeBron James faces off against old friend Dwyane Wade for the last time on an NBA court. The Miami Heat (11-14) go for their fifth win in their last six games and their third straight — all on this current road trip — when they visit LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers (16-10) on Monday night. Yes, it’s the last time we’ll see LeBron and Dwyane Wade facing off against each other in an NBA game but the Heat would love to leave L.A. with two impressive victories in hand at the halfway point of their West Coast road trip. Will there be enough healthy bodies for the Heat to be able to compete against a rising team who have won six of their last seven games? Update: Goran Dragic and Wayne Ellington will return to action, while Josh Richardson and Tyler Johnson are probable. Game Info When: Monday, December 10 at 10:30 p.m. ET Where: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA TV: Fox Sports Sun Win Probability: According the FiveThirtyEight the Heat have a 24% chance to win. Probable Starters Los Angeles: Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, Kyle Kuzma, LeBron James, JaVale McGee Miami: Goran Dragic, Josh Richardson, Rodney McGruder, James Johnson, Bam Adebayo Injury Report Lakers: Brandon Ingram (sprained left ankle), Rajon Rondo (hand) Heat: Dion Waiters (surgery), Hassan Whiteside (personal reasons), Goran Dragic (knee), Wayne Ellington (day-to-day), Tyler Johnson (day-to-day) What To Watch For Can Justise Winslow and Bam Adebayo continue to impress in bigger roles to make up for the lack of available healthy players? CHAT: Make sure you come back and join us for our GameThread to chat live!
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1 day ago How to visit Santa’s Enchanted Forest without completely losing your mind
Miami.com Editor Amy Reyes and Miami Herald Food Editor Carlos Frías visited Santa’s Enchanted Forest to discover all of its enchantment. Video: Daniel Varela Santa’s Enchanted Forest has been open since Halloween, and you still haven’t gone. What is wrong with you? That twinkling wonderland just off the Palmetto is an oasis of joy on … Continue reading "How to visit Santa’s Enchanted Forest without completely losing your mind" The post How to visit Santa’s Enchanted Forest without completely losing your mind appeared first on Miami.com.
305Area has new update 1 day ago Save with these cheap winter break camps
Miami-Dade County Parks are a great deal year-round for enjoying Miami’s fantastic weather and they’re an even better option for inexpensive Winter Break camps. Parents have a variety of choices to keep the kids busy those two weeks. There are 22 parks in all corners of the county...Read more... »        
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1 day ago Chef With Michelin Cred to Open Indian Eatery in Midtown Miami
Hemant Mathur is bringing Maska to the Magic City later this month “Prolific” New York City chef and restauranteur, Hemant Mathur, is bringing his Indian cuisine to South Florida with the opening of Maska (3252 NE 1st Avenue) in Midtown Miami later this month. Marthur first shot to fame in New York City with his restaurants Devi and Tulsi (that have now since closed), which both received one Michelin star and marked the first time a Indian chef led restaurant in the U.S. had received a Michelin star. He since went to work with an assortment of other acclaimed eateries including Dhaba, Chote Nawab, Chola, Sahib, Malai Marke, and most recently, Saar Indian Bistro. Maska will take over the former Villa Azur space, boasting 7,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is broken down into three categories: small plates, Maska Marke (dishes from the tandoor and clay oven), and large plates. Expect items like the critically acclaimed tandoori lamb chops, octopus masala, goan fish curry, butter chicken, samosas and more. The restaurant will also feature a full-service bar and serve cocktails like Maska Mule. The restaurant is slated to debut later this month and will be open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday with brunch service beginning in January. Stay tuned for more opening details.
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1 day ago Art Basel and Miami Art Week 2018 Winners and Losers
That's a wrap, everyone. Miami Art Week has come and gone. And whether you were a 24-hour party person all last week or stayed home to avoid the crowds and traffic, you're probably relieved that there'll be no more fairs, fests, or flaky tourists clogging up the city. So who...
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1 day ago Models partied at Versace Mansion just like old times
The former Versace Mansion was bustling with so many models for the 9th Annual Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series finale party on Dec. 6 that it felt like a trip back in time. Hosted by actress Tessa Thompson in collaboration with the website Artsy, the party attracted a host of pretty people, among them: actresses Laura Harrier and Sasha … Continue reading "Models partied at Versace Mansion just like old times" The post Models partied at Versace Mansion just like old times appeared first on Miami.com.
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1 day ago Miami's Eagle Brands Settles for $1.5 Million Over Alleged Pay-to-Play Violations
Eagle Brands, a Miami-based distributor of Budweiser beer, has agreed to pay a $1.5 million settlement to the federal government for allegedly violating laws that govern how companies compete with one another in selling alcoholic beverage products, the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) announced on December 6.
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1 day ago The Best Concerts in Miami This Week
Y100's Jingle Ball, Macy Gray with Nu Deco Ensemble, and more of the best concerts in Miami this week, December 10 through 16.
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1 day ago Into the Spider-Verse Is the Best Superhero Movie Since The Dark Knight
It sets a host of alternative Spider-folk running amok in the New York City of Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, the mixed-race Spider-Man (his father is black and his mother Latinx) invented for the comics in 2011 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli
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1 day ago This Week’s Top Food Events: Holiday Sip and Stroll at Zoo Miami and More
South Florida’s best food and drink events for the week Welcome to Eater Miami’s events roundup, a curated listing of the most unique and must-attend local dining and drinking festivals, classes, dinners, and more. This is a one-stop-shop for all the happenings in the South Florida area that are worth the calories and expense. Have an event for consideration? Send it our way at miami@eater.com. Monday, December 10 Taste of the Redland: Jamaica WHAT: Kick off the week with a plant-based, Jamaican feast by chef Allen Susser. The five-course meal curry calabaza, wild mushroom jerk stir fry, pineapple upside down cake. DETAILS: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. $30 per person. Purchase tickets here. The Café at Books & Books, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown Miami Thursday, December Holiday Sip and Stroll WHAT: Get in the Christmas spirit with an after hours walk through Zoo Miami with food, beer and wine all on hand. Plus enjoy animal encounters, photo booth, karaoke, “sleigh” golf cart rides, holiday lights and more. DETAILS: 7 to 10 p.m. $20 per person. Purchase tickets here. Zoo Miami, 12400 SW 152nd Street, Miami Friday, December 14 Mistletoe and Martinis WHAT: Stroll through historic homes and grounds, which will be transformed into a Festival of Trees lit up and fully adorned for the holidays, all while enjoying festive music, hors d’oeuvres and desserts and a sampling of martinis, along with beer, wine and soft drinks. DETAILS: 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. $75 per person. Purchase tickets here. The Deering Estate, 16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Miami In the Kitchen Cocktail Class with Havana Club WHAT: Chef Norman Van Aken’s culinary education program, “In the Kitchen with Norman Van Aken,” based in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, has tapped Gio Gutierrez of Havana Club Rum (and Eater Miami contributor) to lead a special cocktail creating class. At this class, guests will learn to make three holiday rum cocktails, including the Sueñito Punch, Airmail and Old Cuban. DETAILS: 7 to 9 p.m. $75 per person. Purchase tickets here. In the Kitchen with Norman Van Aken, 50 NW 24th Street, Suite 113, Wynwood
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1 day ago Meet Beth Rhodes, the Artist Behind Gramps' Miracle in Miami Postcards
Down a quiet residential street in the Little River neighborhood, framed between trees, is a golden yellow door that opens into the studio space of budding artist Beth Rhodes. A sign that reads “Paint or Be Painted” greets guests as they walk up her front steps. Rhodes, a Mississippi native,...
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1 day ago ICE Is Getting Legal Advice From South Florida's Private-Prison Giant, Emails Show
Before the federal government sued California in an attempt to open the state to private-prison contractors, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement sought the advice of GEO Group, the Boca Raton-based, multibillion-dollar private-detention-facility corporation. Mother Jones broke news of the close ties between GEO and ICE's legal team this past Friday. New Times has...
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1 day ago Will the Annexation of Puerto Rico Lead the Miami Dolphins to the Playoffs?
Can the Miami Dolphins ride this momentum into the NFL Playoffs? IT'S A MIAMI MIRACLE! #FinsUp#NEvsMIA pic.twitter.com/qvzsiI9a5g— NFL (@NFL) December 9, 2018 Remember all the media types trying to jinx the Miami Dolphins, citing Tom Brady’s record in Miami? Some of us saw the premonition of the “Narrator’s Curse” - this time, the New England Patriots would come in to Hard Rock Stadium and dispel any notions of the Dolphins ownership over the Patriots in south Florida. It could get ugly. Except it didn’t. The Dolphins/Patriots game had the most lead changes in an NFL game this season, and saw the pinball machine light up with 67 points. Adam Gase, leading up to the game, felt hot under the spotlight, and what better way to cool him off than watching some film of “The Icebox”. He nodded off in his hotel room as the Annexation of Puerto Rico became the recurring image playing through his mind during REM. Even if the Dolphins don’t make the Playoffs, the “Miami Miracle” likely booted the Patriots from home field advantage in the AFC Playoffs, and we’ve seen the butterfly effect of making New England travel on the road in the Playoffs. More pertinent: is this a type of win that propels the Miami Dolphins into the Playoffs, or is this another cruel twist in the humor of the football gods Hellbent on seeing us suffer? Let me know down in the Comments Section!
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1 day ago The Best Free Events in Miami This Week
Buskerfest, the Listening Den, Wallcast concerts, and more of the best free events happening in South Florida this week, December 10 through 16.
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1 day ago Kore-eda’s Big-Hearted Shoplifters Toasts the Family That Steals Together
Based on a collection of true news items about exactly what the film’s title promises, Kore-eda’s story centers around a household that at first might appear to be a somewhat ordinary family that has merely fallen on hard times
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1 day ago Freddie Mercury Doppelgänger Marc Martel Does a Killer Queen
When Marc Martel started a rock band with friends from Bible college in the desolate plains of Saskatchewan, Canada, he wasn’t looking for a record deal. But he got one. Martel took his degree in worship ministry and headed to Nashville, where his band Downthere enjoyed moderate success. Even so,...
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1 day ago Hate Goes Mainstream With the Miami Proud Boys
Inside a rundown Lauderhill strip mall sits Hair and Such, Nothing but Wings II, and the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office, where ballots are being recounted in three closely watched statewide elections. Outside, about 60 protesters gather in the parking lot. Some of them sport Make America Great Again...
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1 day ago Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Taste of Redland, Palm Beach Food & Wine, and Kings Doral
This week, chef Allen Susser hosts a farm-to-table dinner featuring produce from Taste of Redland, Kings Doral launches a new comfort food menu, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival returns with an all-star lineup of chefs and events, and the House of Food Porn hosts a sushi-making class.
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1 day ago Marlins fall/winter update, Dec. 3-9
With most of the baseball world focused on the Winter Meetings, Marlins infielders Miguel Rojas and Isan Díaz shine. A regular Monday feature here at Fish Stripes over the next few months, we’ll do a roundup of storylines, stats and highlights from Marlins players who are staying active this offseason. Now that the Arizona Fall League has concluded, that means turning our attention internationally (the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, etc.). All the weekly updates will be contained in this thread. Stats updated through Sunday’s games. We begin on a somber, non-Marlins-related note. Venezuelan ballplayers Luis Valbuena and José Castillo died late Thursday night in a car crash. With accomplished winter ball careers in addition to their MLB service, they were 33 and 37 years old, respectively. On behalf of Fish Stripes, our condolences to their families and loved ones. Dominican Winter League Peter O’Brien (Toros del Este) came back down to Earth pretty quick. Still a respectable .242/.395/.394 slash line overall, but zero extra-base hits this week. Arguably his best outing in winter ball thus far, Jarlin García recorded two strikeouts over 1 1?3 scoreless frames on Wednesday. He has pitched five total innings for the Toros. Outfielder Gabriel Guerrero was removed from the Estrellas Orientales roster for the week, so he couldn’t add to his numbers. Venezuelan Winter League New Look ? Whay ya think ? @CASACARLOSA pic.twitter.com/O8qyet9O23— Miguel Rojas (@MRojasOfficial) December 4, 2018 A new haircut apparently brought out the best in Miguel Rojas. The Tiburones de La Guaira shortstop is 5-for-8 in his two games played since then, and he’s a scorching 8-for-14 in December. Rojas has a .750 OPS, easily on pace for a winter ball career high in that category. Jorgan Cavanerio got roughed up on Wednesday (0.1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER). And yet, he continues to draw my attention with his “streak”—19 innings pitched, zero walks. None! Remember, the Marlins did not protect Cavanerio on their 40-man roster. He’s a candidate to be snatched by other teams in Thursday’s Rule 5 Draft. José Quijada (Caribes de Anzoategui), who is protected, has worked three straight scoreless relief appearances. Puerto Rican Winter League And he did it starting at 3B (Díaz has only been a 2B/SS in affiliated MiLB ball) https://t.co/sPrkZDafvD— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) December 6, 2018 I’m anxious to hear from the Marlins front office regarding Isan Díaz and his third base experiment with Gigantes de Carolina. Presumably, they signed off on the decision to get him some reps. The 22-year-old had never played the hot corner in a Minor League Baseball game, but he’s spending nearly half of his defensive innings there in Puerto Rico. Díaz has been a .294/.364/.382 hitter through 20 games with only nine strikeouts compared to seven walks.
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1 day ago The Splash Zone 12/10/18: Miracles Do Happen As Dolphins Pull Of The Impossible
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. As I am typing this, it has been one hour since the end of the Dolphins miracle win over the Patriots. I should have kept count but I’m pretty sure I’ve watched the final play at least 1000 times and I’m sure I will add another 1000 by the end of the night. This was also a revenge game for Danny Amendola and let’s not forget about Brandon Bolden. Bolden is a special teams ace but proceeded to run all over his former team on offense today with two touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill injured his ankle during the game after it was stepped on by Ja’Wuan James right before the end of the first half. Tannehill was able to finish the game and put up three touchdowns on the Patriots defense. The Dolphins provided the play of the year and may have just reignited this fan base for the final stretch of the season. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. THE MIAMI MIRACLE: Kenyan Drake, Dolphins Stun PatriotsWith what might go down as the greatest play in franchise history, the Dolphins pulled off a miraculous victory against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Patriots at Dolphins Five instant takeaways: Miami Dolphins 34, New England Patriots 33 - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLMIAMI GARDENS — Yes, you really did see that.The Dolphins continued their bizarre mastery of late of the New England Patriots when Kenyan Drake converted a miracle hook-and-lateral as time expired, scoring on a 69-yard play that will go down in Dolphins history.DOLPHINS 34, PATRIOTS 33.REALLY.The Patriots appeared to have a 33-28 victory locked up when the Dolphins had one final prayer.Call it revenge of Hail Flutie, call it what you like, but Ryan Tannehill's pass was caught by Kenny Game recap: Miami Dolphins vs. New Engand Patriots, 12/9/18 | Miami HeraldHook and lateral for the win! Dolphins pull of a stunner, beating the Patriots on an insane final play from Tannehill to Kenny Stills to DeVante Parker to Kenyan Drake to keep their playoff hopes alive. Dolphins' incredible final play caps off big step back for Patriots' D - New England Patriots Blog- ESPNSouth Florida once again proved to be a nightmarish destination for the Patriots, who couldn't stop a multiple-lateral play to clinch the AFC East. Twitter reacts as Dolphins stun Patriots on final play of game | SI.comThere's a new candidate for best play of the NFL season. Dolphins Running Backs Ex-Patriot Brandon Bolden has two TDs against former teamFormer Patriots running back Brandon Bolden had his first two touchdowns since 2014 against his former team. Dolphins Secondary Miami Dolphins CB Xavien Howard has surgery, per report - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLMIAMI GARDENS — Cornerback Xavien Howard had arthroscopic surgery to trim a meniscus injury in his knee, according to Ian Rappaport of NFL Network.According to the report, Howard has not been ruled out for next week at Minnesota, which is in line with what coach Adam Gase recently said. Gase was asked directly this week if Howard had surgery and he declined to say."If he can’t go, you’re not going to replace him; but we have to shuffle some things around and put ourselves Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 12/9/18: New England Patriots at Miami 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. How Much Money Could Miami Dolphins DE Cameron Wake Demand? - The PhinsiderSoon to be 37 years old, you’d think an aging DE couldn’t command serious money. Gauging his production and the Miami Dolphins’ DE landscape, we might be in unchartered territory. Miami Dolphins fan rooting guide - Week 14 - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins are currently in the eighth position in the AFC playoff picture (dropping one position after the Tennessee Titans won on Thursday night). A win against the New England Patriots... NFL Winners Picks Week 14: Straight-up picks from Phinsider Contributors - The PhinsiderWeek 14 of the 2018 NFL season is here, and so are our picks from The Phinsider’s contributors. We have been running this picks pool all season, and will continue throughout the remainder of the... Xavien Howard injury update: Minor surgery on knee could have Dolphins cornerback ready for next week - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins have downplayed the injury to Xavien Howard, a knee issue that will cause him to miss today’s game against the New England Patriots. Howard has been described as "week-to-week"... Patriots at Dolphins: Inactive lists released for Week 14 - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins released their inactive players list for their Week 14 contest against the New England Patriots. As expected, the team placed cornerback Xavien Howard, the league leader in... Ryan Tannehill injury in second quarter versus Patriots - The PhinsiderMiami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has left the team’s Week 14 game against the New England Patriots with an ankle injury. In the second quarter, Tannehill dropped back to pass only to have... Patriots at Dolphins final score, immediate reactions, and recap - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots completed their second meeting of the year, with the Dolphins coming away with a miracle win.

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