Photographer Josh Aronson's "Tropicana" Exhibit Shines a Light on Photography and Design
^ Keep New Times Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free. Support UsInside an empty space in the Miami Design District's Paradise Plaza, Josh Aronson finds himself surrounded by chairs stacked waist-high and an arc floor lamp towering over him. Titled after the book, the show consists of 21 images — some large-scale and others in their original darkroom-style proof — paired with vintage furniture. “Josh made an appointment at my studio, and he was just really excited about vintage furniture,” Sanchez says. “It’s about expanding the audience from just people who might be interested in my photography to now people who are interested in design and furniture,” Aronson elaborates.miaminewtimes.com
Daredevil drivers perform late-night illegal stunts on I-95
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – The roar of car engines and the screeching of tires recently took over an area of Interstate 95 in Miami-Dade County. Daredevil drivers left circular skid-mark patterns of rubber on the highway. Traffic was at a standstill near northwest 79th Street, so he and others were forced to use the Express Lanes. Videos on social media show similar stunts on public roads in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Another video that concerned authorities show drivers blocked the intersection of South Pointe Drive and Washington Avenue to perform daring maneuvers in South Beach.
Immigrant children with life-threatening illnesses facing possible deportation
Boston Due to a change in policy by the Trump administration, hundreds of immigrant children receiving medical care in the U.S. are facing possible deportation. The children are in the country legally and many suffer from serious diseases, including cancer. But, this week they received a denial notice, giving them 30 days to leave the country or face deportation. But this week, his family received a notice, giving them 33 days to leave the country or face deportation. Citizenship and Immigration Services changed the medical deferment program, leaving hundreds of immigrant children in limbo.cbsnews.com