Erika Jamsion, newly moved to South Florida, got shot in the leg Monday in the Midtown area before armed thieves stole her iPhone. Police are looking for the suspect, who Jamison said was part of a group.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida will hold a town hall-style event on Saturday to discuss the recent policies of President Donald Trump, including the travel ban of citizens from Muslim-majority countries, immigration raids and removal of protections for transgender students.
The band Problem Kids was born in 2009, when vocalists Christian Martinez and Marty Obregon rapped at home for fun, but quickly discovered that fun could become a full-time gig. The band released its first album in 2012. This week, Problem Kids released its second album, “Caribbean Slang,” on iTunes and Amazon.com.
Married couple Sergio Boppel and Carolina Jaar opened Great Circle Coffee in Little Haiti and began small-batch roasting in mid-2016. The product is distributed at The Wynwood Yard, One Hotel in South Beach, Perricone’s in Brickell or by order through their website.
Imagine blending your favorite coffee shop, clothing store and man cave all into one? Sebastian Tatano-Ramirez had the same idea and his new concept store, Brothers & Brawlers in Wynwood, has brought the concept to life. Doughnuts included.
Ask Irving Mann who was president the year of his birth and he will casually remark, “Wasn’t it Taft?” No, he’s not kidding. Born in 1912, Mann turned 104 on Dec. 22 at the historic Bay Oaks Assisted Living Facility, located just east of Biscayne Boulevard on Northeast 34th Street.
At the start of this year’s holiday season, two Riviera Preparatory School juniors launched Bulldogs Share Goals, a campaign to raise money for Little Haiti Football Club equipment. The boys’ goal is to make a difference in the community through the universal game of soccer.
A company that sold the future site of a Miami Walmart superstore is suing to keep two anti-Walmart crusaders from taking a seat on a public board with the power to make life difficult for the world’s largest retailer.
The Dirtybird BBQ in Wynwood during Art Basel attracted more than 2,000 fans of the San Francisco-based house and techno music label. A Coconut Creek musician just had one of his songs picked up by Dirtybird.