Celebrate St. Patty’s Day the Miami way
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Celebrate St. Patty’s Day the Miami way

The Irish-American population may be low in Miami-Dade, but that doesn’t stop anyone here from getting ready to go all-out in leprechaun mode. It’s time to cough up the emerald shirts, hats and beads, and maybe even brush up on some Gaelic, for the St. Patrick’s Day festivities are about to take over. Here’s a…

Community, Culture, Food

Festival fills the need for beer

Nothing is worse than the repetitive weekends downing watery Natty Light, but where is a beer enthusiast supposed to go for a good time in Miami? On Saturday, beer aficionados will have the opportunity to sample craft spring and summer beers at SPRUNG! Beer Festival in Peacock Park. The festival is by the same producers…

Tomato toss takes over Tobacco Road
Community, Culture, Food

Tomato toss takes over Tobacco Road

                  (Photos by Cayla Nimmo) If you went to Tobacco Road in Brickell on Saturday and weren’t armed with giant scuba goggles or a mask, you ran the risk of being splattered by a flying tomato. Hundreds of people gathered at Miami’s oldest bar for two very…

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