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Teenear Lucas (Courtesy photo)

Q&A: Teenar Renee looks to tear up the Miami music scene [Audio]

Teenear Renee, more commonly known as “Teenear,” is an emerging vocal artist dreaming of making it big in the Magic City and beyond. The 19-year-old Miami native will be touring across Florida and into Georgia as part of the Juice Tour with iHeartRadio. She will also be performing at Rolling Loud, a two-day concert series at Bayfront Park in Downtown ...

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Alligator near water (Photo via Pixabay)

Florida Believe it or Not: Woman exposes private parts in public, police say; Man accused of flashing women; Alligator found in resident’s pool

Good morning South Florida! With possicle showers and more weird news, you may want to start your Spring Break vacation a little earlier. A woman was arrested Saturday in Jacksonville for pulling her pants down in public, police said. Virginia Sullivan, 32, was seen, police said, shouting at another woman in the middle of the street. She proceeded to pull her ...

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Las Olas Art Festival Part II flyer (Photo via Art Festival)

Facebook Live at Las Olas Art Fair [Video]

Though art may be found in Wynwood or the nearest museum, you may not have the time to experience it. But today, managing editor Nyamekye Daniel talked to residents on March 4 at the 29th Annual Las Olas Art Fair [Part II] . Prepare to experience artwork ranging from ceramics, sculptures, jewels and paintings. Check out what she discovered:

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Club Space tries a new set of moves: yoga [Video]

Better known for parties lasting past sunrise, a new set of moves is emerging downtown at Club Space: yoga. Every Saturday at 4:20 p.m. “Yoga on the Space Terrance” takes over the usual electronic dance music. The classes are free, though attendees are asked to bring their own mats. “Yoga is a nice thing for everyone,” said Coloma Kamboosky, one ...

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The Home Depot Store (Photo via Flickr)

The SoFlo Scoop: Miami Beach to crack down on spring break liquor sales; The Home Depot seeks to hire 500 South Florida workers; Heat head coach awarded Coach of the Month

Good morning South Florida! Today is Friday, March 3. Miami is expected to have a high of 80 and low of 72 with showers likely in the afternoon, while Key West will be mostly cloudy with a high of 81 and a low of 74. Fort Lauderdale will see afternoon showers and a high of 81 and a low of 73, ...

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(Image by Theresa Thompson via Flickr)

Two former commissioners seek to fill Highland Beach mayor seat

Two former Highland Beach commissioners are squaring off in the March 14 election for mayor. The candidates, Ronald Dean Brown and Carl Feldman, joined the commission in 2012 and 2013, respectively. Brown served as the town’s vice mayor in 2012, and Feldman has held his seat until stepping down late last year to run for mayor. Brown is a retired ...

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A polling location sign. (Photo via Flicker by User: Tim Evanson)

Five candidates seek two available seats on Highland Beach commission

One current member of the Highland Beach commission is defending her seat against one challenger, while three others are vying for a second open seat on the dais. Incumbent Rhoda Zelniker will go head-to-head with architect Barry Donaldson for a three-year term, while retired Vietnam veteran Carl Gehman, physician Dr. Melissa Ebbs and retired executive Elyse Riesa will face off ...

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(Image by Theresa Thompson via Flickr)

Four competing for two available seats on Ocean Ridge commission

After its vice mayor resigned following a shooting incident, four residents are vying for two open seats on March 14 for the Ocean Ridge commission. In October, Vice Mayor Richard Lucibella was accused of shooting a gun in his backyard while intoxicated. The resulting dust-up resulted in the resignation of Lucibella, who pleaded not guilty. Ocean Ridge Police Lt. Steven ...

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U.S. map indicating Florida's usual warm temperatures (Photo via Wikipedia)

The SoFlo Scoop: South Florida schools promise to defend transgender students; Winter warmer than usual in South Florida; Fort Lauderdale rapper Kodak Black arrested

Good morning South Florida! Today is Thursday, March 2. Miami is expected to have a high of 80 and low of 72 with showers likely in the afternoon, while Key West will be mostly cloudy with a high of 81 and a low of 74. Fort Lauderdale will see afternoon showers with a high of 81 and a low of ...

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El Sr. González desde su tractor supervisa el trabajo de los recogedores de tomate. Gonzáles dijo que muchos de sus trabajadores están angustiados por una posible deportación y que a pesar de ser un trabajo relativamente fácil, son muy pocos los que realmente están dispuestos a hacerlo. (foto por Samuel Navarro)

Trabajadores de Homestead [ensayo fotográfico]

En un sembradío de tomates, agricultores indocumentados se presentan a trabajar todos los días por ocho horas y hasta siete días por semana, a pesar del miedo de poder ser deportados a su país. Desde tempranas horas de la mañana, alrededor de 30 agricultores recorren los mas de 800 mil metros cuadrados que ocupa el terreno. Recogen tomates que son ...

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