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    Rum Fun

    You like your rum with O.J. or muddled with lime and mint, but rum connoisseur Rob Burr says, "People who drink single malt scotch would never mix it with coke. We know that high quality liquors aren't used to mix in cheap drinks." So put down the Co...

    @ Cultist on May 3, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    Science Museum Plans for $275 Million Building

    Zaha Hadid, the famed Iraqi-born architect and 2004 Pritzker Prize (the Pulitzer of architecture) winner, pulled up to the Miami Museum of Science in a black stretch limo Tuesday. She was there to speak at a selection panel hearing for the museum'...

    @ Cultist on May 2, 2007 @ 5:47 pm
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    Killing Internet Radio, Not So Softly

    At SaveNetRadio.org, they are counting down to May 15th, "the day the music dies." On that day new rates imposed by the federal Copyright Royalty Board for web streaming radio stations will go into effect that will nearly triple the current fees. T...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on May 1, 2007 @ 7:32 am
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    Our Top DVD Picks Scheduled for Release This Week

    The Amicus Collection (Dark Sky) Angel: Complete Series Collector's Set (Fox) Beastie Boys: The Complete Story (Video Music) Benny Hill: The Complete Megaset (A&E) A Christmas Story (Warner Bros.) CSI Miami: The Fifth Season (Paramoun...

    on November 1, 2007
  • A Bitter End

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    A Bitter End

    No End in Sight (Magnolia) Charles Ferguson's debut doc, easily the most important in a year full of notable fact-gathering films, assembles some of the key players behind the invasion and occupation of Iraq and seems to ask them but one que...

    by Jordan Harper on November 1, 2007
  • Magical Mystery Lure - Wendy Wischer sparks the imagination while Pepe Orbein stirs the spirit

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    Magical Mystery Lure - Wendy Wischer sparks the imagination while Pepe Orbein stirs the spirit

    In her beautiful new show, Wendy Wischer has harnessed light to conjure an enchanting atmosphere where visitors might feel as if they're floating within the canopy of the night sky. Her luminous mirrored sculptures become the scaffolding for the ...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on November 1, 2007
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    Art Capsules - Current shows

    Goya: The Engravings of the Caixanova Collection: The Spanish master's skull-staving series of etchings created during the later stages of his career is on view for the first time in the United States in this must-see exhibit. The four series includ...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on November 1, 2007
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    Easy Does It - Walter Mosley holds forth on identity, literary segregation, and black heroes

    Dressed in black from head to toe, author Walter Mosley stood out easily against the rich tones of the Mandarin Oriental's lobby and its equally overhued patrons. As he walked toward me, ebony fedora tipped to one side, visions of his most well-know...

    by Raina McLeod on November 1, 2007
  • Fun with Fluids - The Revolution will be televised -- and plenty addictive too

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    Fun with Fluids - The Revolution will be televised -- and plenty addictive too

    It must have been a scorching summer day when the game developer stared at his thermometer and realized "Sweet sassy molassey, this would make a helluva game!" How else to explain the existence of the quirky puzzle series Mercury Meltdown? Debuti...

    by Chris Ward on November 1, 2007
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    Stage Capsules - Current shows

    Little Shop of Horrors: Huge carnivorous plants from outer space really capture the imagination. Witness how Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's Little Shop was launched twice in SoFla in the past month -- once in a very amateur production in Hollywood,...

    by Brandon K. Thorp on November 1, 2007
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    A Rainy Day For Cricket

    A smattering of cricket fans occupied the bar stools at Churchills Saturday morning. Mostly Australians, with a few New Zealanders and Indians thrown in, they were there to watch the Cricket World Cup Final between Australia and Sri Lanka. The game...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 30, 2007 @ 12:42 pm
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    Mmm, it's Chongalicious

    Are you a real chonga? Send us photos of you or your friends in all your Chonga glory. Email photos here....

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 27, 2007 @ 7:09 pm
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    Cigar Aficionado Does Cuba. Will the County Ban it Again?

    Book banners get ready! Cigar Afficionado magazine is rolling out a June issue packed with Cuba news that is sure to raise hackles in our banana republic. Last time the magazine did a similar series - in June 1999 -- county bureaucrats pulled i...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 27, 2007 @ 5:53 pm
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    Tigertail, Tigertail, Burning Bright

    The idea of Tigertail releasing a fifth anniversary "best of" volume of its annual poetry periodical was concieved early on in the publication's life. "It was Mitchell Kaplan's idea," says Mary Luft, founder of the local cultural institution. So it's...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 27, 2007 @ 7:12 am
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    Jose Cuervo Buys the Drinks at Mansion

    On Tuesday night, I found myself sequestered inside a cacophonous display of mediocre reggaeton and rap performances at Mansion on South Beach. The nightclub was hosting the third leg of the Cuervoton nationwide talent search showcase of "up-and-comi...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 26, 2007 @ 7:15 am
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    Battle of the Kicks

    As with most things organized by teenagers and twenty-somethings, Tuesday night's Battle of the Kicks at Buck 15 started with a flurry of last minute phone calls to figure out the grand prize and tie up loose ends. Miami's sneaker fiends lined up o...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 26, 2007 @ 7:00 am
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    My Chemical Romance + Muse Rock Sunrise

    Photo by Santiago Felipe So how does a vaguely punk-oriented band, bred in the usual circuit of grungy clubs, adapt to platinum-sales and an arena tour? On Sunday night at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, warning signs taped to the entrance door...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 24, 2007 @ 8:26 am
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    Baby Boomers, Baby Ballplayers, and Aging Rockers

    Take a very young baseball team that has not yet matured into their prime, and a very old rock band that has ripened way past theirs. Put the two together, add fireworks, and you've got Super Saturdays, a promotional night meant to plump attendance ...

    @ Cultist by Frank Houston on April 23, 2007 @ 11:50 am
  • Bioperversity - Nature bares its teeth in a new Lowe exhibition

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    Bioperversity - Nature bares its teeth in a new Lowe exhibition

    At the Lowe Art Museum, a coffin-shape stainless-steel box topped with a dainty pillow fumigates the space with the cloying scent of dying flowers. Valeska Soares's sculpture, Fainting Couch, is pregnant with stargazer lilies, which remain unseen...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on October 25, 2007
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    Art Capsules - Current shows

    Wake Me Up When the Present Arrives: Over a 10-day period, Argentine artist Diego Bianchi trashed Locust Projects, filling the space with a battered boat hull, heaps of garbage, and a slick sheen of mud. Bianchi puts rock stars -- and their lifetime...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on October 25, 2007
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