WOAW Gallery Unveils Charlie Roberts' Provocative Paintings at UNTITLED Art Fair
Pieces that subvert domestic themes. WOAW Gallery is set to unveil a momentous presentation at the 2023 UNTITLED Art Fair in Miami Beach with a spotlight on Charlie Roberts‘ latest painting series. The exhibit, running from December 6-10 (VIP & Press Preview on December 5), will showcase Roberts’ insightful take on the essence of painting and its relationship with contemporary imagery.
Do the Miami Marlins have Google?
Back in October, we learned that highly respected baseball mind and glass ceiling-smasher Kim Ng stepped down from her GM role because the Marlins, who Ng had improved from a record of 57-105 to 84-78 and an NL Wild Card berth, insisted on hiring a president of baseball operations to be Ng’s boss. Sure, many MLB organizations are structured to have both a president of baseball ops and a GM, but to suddenly shift to such a hierarchy after the first female GM in MLB history takes your woeful team to the playoffs felt stupid at best, and really, really sexist at worst.
In Miami For Art Basel? 7 Essential Black-Owned Restaurants And Bars To Visit
Miami’s burgeoning Black cuisine scene and the scrumptious food that comes from it is its own showcase. Here's where to take your appetite. When international art lovers and partygoers gather for Art of Black Miami (a year-round program with special events Dec 1-Dec 10), Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec 8-10) and Art Week (Dec 5-10), paintings and sculptures aren’t the only things on the brain. Fine dining is one of the most coveted festivities in the city during this time of year and Black restaurants are rolling out the red carpet.
Video shows moments after woman plowed Jeep into Fort Lauderdale home
Police are investigating after a driver behind the wheel of a Jeep, crashed through a fence, flew over a pool and plowed into a home in Fort Lauderdale Monday. Investigators said the crash happened shortly after 10 a.m. Monday in the 2300 block of Southwest 36th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.
Davie Residents Alert: Temporary Partial Closure of SW 26th Street Starting December 5
The Engineering Division of Davie, Florida, has announced a temporary partial closure of SW 26th Street between Flamingo Road and Frontage Road. The closure is due to a sewer force main connection and will start on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, at 8 p.m. It's expected to end by 4 a.m. on Wednesday, December 6, 2023.
Former US ambassador charged with serving as agent for Cuba
Manuel Rocha, a Miami resident, gathered intelligence for Cuba while working at the State Department for decades
Monkey business with the B-52s at the Miami art shows
To raise money for “Save The Chimps,” a Florida animal sanctuary, joint artworks created by the B-52s and a group of chimp artists are on sale at Spectrum Art Fair in Miami Beach.
DOJ: Former U.S. diplomat was a secret agent for the Cuban government for decades
A retired U.S. diplomat has been charged with being a covert agent for the Cuban government for decades.
This Florida City Has the Highest Minimum Wage in the State
In recent years, the issue of minimum wage has gained significant attention across the United States. As the cost of living continues to rise, workers are increasingly struggling to make ends meet on the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. In response, many states and cities have implemented their own minimum wage laws, often exceeding the federal standard. Florida is one such state, where the minimum wage is set to gradually increase to $15 per hour by 2026. However, one Florida city stands out as having the highest minimum wage in the state: Miami.
David Grutman of Groot Hospitality Launches DGN Studios Production Company (Exclusive)
Miami hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman, known for his devoted celebrity clientele and high-profile restaurants and nightclubs, is planting a stake in the film and television industry with his own production company, DGN Studios. Represented by WME, the new DGN Studios has a slate that includes a first-look deal with the Emmy Award-winning Film 45, documentary film and TV shows, and unscripted reality and competition series.WME Independent Co-Head Talks "Harder Journey to Theatrical," "Truffle Hunting" at Saudi Fest “I was talking to Patrick Whitesell and Mark Shapiro and I told them that I have come across so many great and inspiring people...
Get a free footlong cookie at Subway on National Cookie Day
Apparently, there's no such thing on National Cookie Day. In honor of the holiday, Subway is offering a twist to its iconic footlong sandwich — serving up batches of footlong chocolate chip cookies on Dec. 4. Customers in Chicago, Dallas, Miami and New York can visit select Subway locations...
An ex-US ambassador charged with being a longtime secret agent for Cuba bragged about it to undercover FBI officer, feds allege
Victor Rocha, an ex-State Department employee, called his work "more than a grand slam" to an undercover FBI agent, federal prosecutors allege.
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High-Speed Police Chase in Fort Lauderdale Ends in Multi-Vehicle Crash and Injuries
In the quiet of a Monday morning in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the screech of tires and sirens shattered the peace as a high-speed police chase ensued, concluding with a multi-vehicle collision at the intersection of Commercial Boulevard and Powerline Road. The pursuit, initiated by Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) deputies, targeted a silver Toyota Camry related to an aggravated assault case. The chase spanned eastbound from State Road 7, eventually culminating in a crash that halted traffic and resulted in injuries to a BSO deputy and several civilians, including a woman. The driver of the Camry was apprehended after fleeing on foot, with the full extent of the injuries and the ongoing investigation still unfolding.
Shadowing doctors has me ready to be an M.D.
Mona Roshan spent a lot of time in her second year of medical school watching experienced board-certified radiologists at Baptist Health work. No, she wasn’t on a clinical rotation. She was conducting research. The third-year medical student in FIU’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine authored a recently published paper...
What you see is what you say
FIU and Baptist have together found a way to improve the accuracy and speed of reading radiology scans. Some diseases and conditions hide inside our bodies: calcified arteries that could cause a heart attack, infections, slight fractures in a bone or even cancerous tumors. Special imaging, like x-rays, MRIs or...