Shutdown couldn’t stop Valentine rose inspections

Throughout the five-week government shutdown, one essential government service continued at Miami International Airport: Checking for exotic bugs in bunches of roses destined for Valentine’s Day bouquets. (Feb. 13)

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Miami International Airport set to close G-terminal

Miami’s International Airport is planning to close its G-terminal this weekend, after several TSA workers refused to work without pay during the partial shutdown of the federal government.

Today in History for December 22nd

(23 Dec 2018) Highlights of this day in history: Uprising topples Romania’s Nicolae Ceausescu; Richard Reid tries to light explosives in his shoes on Miami flight; French army officer Alfred Dreyfus convicted of treason; Pop star Madonna marries Guy Ritchie. (Dec. 22)

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Art Basel kicks off on Miami Beach

Considered the largest contemporary art fair in the United States, Art Basel brings international collectors, artists and gallery owners together – triggering a week of art-related events in Miami.

Latina actresses encourage voters in Miami

American Latina movie stars Zoe Saldana, Rosario Dawson and Eva Longoria hit the streets of Miami to encourage registered Latino voters to head out to the polls on Tuesday for the US midterm elections.

Longoria, Ferrera, Saldana rally for Latino votes

(5 Nov 2018) Eva Longoria, Rosario Dawson, Zoe Saldana, America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez took to the streets of Miami in an attempt to rally people to vote ahead of Election Day. (Nov. 5)

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French-made ‘Celebrity Edge’ cruise ship sails for US

The French-made cruise ship “Celebrity Edge” leaves a shipyard in the western city of Saint-Nazaire to sail to Miami. The 306-metre-long ship, operated by Celebrity Cruises, can accommodate 2,900 passengers and 1,320 crew members.

Voters head to polls for early midterm voting in Florida

People head to the polls in Miami for Florida’s early voting for the midterm elections. IMAGES

Democrats line up as Obama campaigns in Florida

A line of Democratic supporters wraps around several blocks as people wait for former President Barack Obama who is in Miami to campaign for Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum.

Obama slams divisive rhetoric; heckler cuts in

(2 Nov 2018) During a campaign rally in Miami, Former President Barack Obama was interrupted by hecklers, with one interrupting him just after he commented on what he called the divisiveness of political rhetoric that “pits us against one another.” (Nov. 2)

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