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  • Woman sues Miami jail after medical unit staffers suspected she was a man, placed her in all-male holding cell

    The jail's nurse noted that Pichardo was taking hormone pills and asked if the inmate was in fact a man. Pichardo replied no.

  • Students petition for mascot to use vape instead of pipe to represent 'the diverse and ever-changing student body'

    Two University of Miami students, Alex Castillo and Kevin Fernandez, started a campaign to have their school mascot vape instead of smoke a standard pipe.

  • Police: South Beach nightclub shut down after video shows horse collapsing

    Video shows a white horse being abused at a Miami nightclub.

  • South Florida to fight Zika by releasing thousands of lab-bred mosquitoes

    A Kentucky-based biotechnology company has bred modified mosquitoes that can help reduce the population of the Aedes aegypti, which spreads Zika.

  • Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Celebrate Christmas in Miami with Their Families

    Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Celebrate Christmas in Miami

  • Karrueche Tran Eating a Burger in a Bikini Is Goals

    In the latest installment of celebrities being “just like us,” Karrueche Tran ate a burger in a bikini.

  • Miami Madam Accused of Disguising Brothels as Beauty Supply Stores

    In most cases, when you walk into your local beauty supply store, you are looking for cosmetics, maybe a new hair tool or even a last-minute wig for a costume party. The last thing you are probably thinking is that your “beauty supply store” of choice could be running a whole other operation that’s in the midst of being shut down. In Miami-Dade County, Dolls Beauty Supply was accused of offering customers much more than “beauty products.” Business owner Margarita Chiriboga was arrested on a warrant this Wednesday for allegedly running brothels that she fronted as beauty supply stores.

  • Madonna Raised $7.5 Million for Charity, Yet Everyone Needs to Talk About Her Butt Implants

    From late Friday night until early Saturday morning, pop star and icon Madonna hosted a charity event in Miami. It was a night of glamour and trademark Madonna hijinks — which included everything from kissing a younger pop star (Ariana Grande) to politics (telling Trump what she thinks of him) to nostalgia (confessing she still loves Sean Penn and would marry him again). The goal of the event, you may be surprised to hear, was to auction off items from Madonna’s extensive collection of art, fashion, and memorabilia, as well as special gifts and opportunities donated by other celebrities.

  • 13 Best Vintage Stores in the U.S.

    I’ve been a devoted vintage clothing shopper since my teens. I’ve never shopped a vintage boutique that was truly great that didn’t have each of those three things in check.

  • A Coat for Each of Our Favorite Cities

    By Lauren Eggertsen  The colder months are now here (or are soon to come, depending on your locale), and the first thing on your list of items to buy is undoubtedly a perfect coat. Unsurprisingly it’s not a one-style-fits-all situation, especially when you consider the variety of vibes and climates found across the United States.

  • FKA twigs & Robert Pattinson Can't Keep Their Hands Off Each Other

    FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson get handsy during Art Basel. Photo: Getty

  • It's National Ceviche Day: 10 Places to Eat the Amazing Dish

    Who knew, today is National Ceviche Day! Why not? In LA’s Pacific Palisades neighborhood, the Ceviche Project (a roving pop-up) paired dishes with Mezcal El Silencio cocktails at a recent blowout summer soiree. In Peru, ceviche is so much a part of the culture that it has its own holiday.This dish is about acid and heat and love and adventure, especially if you decide to drink the marinade known as leche de tigre (tiger’s milk) at the bottom of your ceviche glass. Today is National Ceviche Day, so whether you’re visiting Peru or staying close to home, here are our picks for the top 10 places to eat the tasty dish.

  • Cool Travel Accessories for Hot Summer Trips

    Year-round sun in Miami, means there is no better place to shop for summertime accessories. We’ve got five pieces from five Miami-based designers to take you from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Accessories designer Isabel Cancela recently opened her Tabelina boutique to a fanfare of socialites and shoppers angling to get a glimpse of her chic handbags and jewelry. Forget scarves on a hot, sunny day, and instead throw on this gorgeous, bright, multicolored silk necklace by Pineda Covalin.

  • Hey, Beyonce and Jay Z: What Happens in THESE Hotels, Stays in These Hotels

    The interwebs exploded yesterday when TMZ released a security tape from the Standard Hotel, Highline, in New York City that appears to show Solange Knowles viciously attacking her brother-in-law Jay Z in an elevator while her sister Beyonce stood by and watched. Jay Z, Beyonce, and Solange exit the Standard Hotel, post fight.