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2010 Stories by Ily Goyanes

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  • San Francisco Says "No" to McDonald's, "Yes" to Children

    published Nov 09, 2010

    ​Chalk one up for the good guys. San Francisco has struck a blow to one pillar of the Unholy Trinity (McDonald's, Jerry Springer, and Family Guy). The Golden Gate City has instituted a ban preventin... More >>

  • Hitesh Mehta Touts Authentic Ecolodges at Books & Books on Wednesday

    published Nov 08, 2010

    ​The next time you throw a cigarette butt out your car window or leave a Styrofoam cup on the sidewalk, beware. The greenest man in the world lives in South Florida and he could be anywhere... More >>

  • Blue Sky Food by the Pound: A Cuban Speaks Out

    published Nov 05, 2010

    ​There are few things in life sadder than a has-been. Once any person, place, or thing has established itself as glorious, it is painful and heart wrenching to watch it fall from grace, akin to imag... More >>

  • Gay and Lesbian Walking Tour of South Beach Starts This Month
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    Gay and Lesbian Walking Tour of South Beach Starts This Month

    published Nov 05, 2010

    ​With the overturning of the gay adoption ban in Florida and Proposition H8 in California, the momentary repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy (for shame, Obama), and Pink's new music vide... More >>

  • From Russia With Ravel

    published November 4, 2010

    Throughout history, music has transcended political, religious, and cultural lines to unite even the most ardent of enemies. Remember the Juanes... More >>

  • Artful Dodger

    published November 4, 2010

    Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre always mixes it up. From Les Cage Aux Folles to Urinetown, the theater puts on some... More >>

  • Celluloid City: I Love You Phillip Morris Filmed in Downtown, Miami Beach, Little Haiti

    published Nov 04, 2010

    ​Over the years, Miami has served as the backdrop for hundreds of Hollywood movies. In Celluloid City, we spotlight some of the classics shot right in our own backyard.We are very, very excited abou... More >>

  • Amy Glazer Grows Up to Seduce Charlie Barker

    published Nov 04, 2010

    ​Amy Glazer, a true homegrown talent who grew up with fellow Beach High alums Mickey Rourke and writer/producer brother Mitch Glazer (The Recruit, Great Expectations, Scrooged), remembers the "old b... More >>

  • Russian Bears Go on Atkin's Diet

    published Nov 02, 2010

    ​Bears in Russia have joined the likes of Hollywood A-listers by going on a diet. They're eating mostly protein in order to, you know, shed those unwanted extra pounds. These ursine giants -- usuall... More >>

  • 85.  Antonia Wright
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    85. Antonia Wright

    published Nov 02, 2010

    In honor of our People Issue, which will hit newsstands and computer screens November 25, Cultist proudly presents "100 Creatives," where we feature Miami's cultural superheroes in random order. Have ... More >>

  • Canton Palace: Best Budget Dim Sum Menu

    published Nov 01, 2010

    ​Maybe foodies overlook Canton Palace because of its inconspicuous location way out west on SW Eighth Street. But the place is usually jammed with Asian-American diners. Apparently they got the memo... More >>

  • 86. Allen Charles Klein

    published Nov 01, 2010

    In honor of our People Issue, which will hit newsstands and computer screens November 25, Cultist proudly presents "100 Creatives," where we feature Miami's cultural superheroes in random order. Have ... More >>

  • Sopa de Pescado for the Soul

    published Nov 01, 2010

    ​The next time you're sick, eschew the chicken--fish soup finds its way much faster to your soul. The folks at Bahamas Fish Market will serve you a huge bowl of fish chowder ($2.95 to $3.45) that wi... More >>

  • Where to Find Goblins and Ghouls: Miami's Most Haunted Spots
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    Where to Find Goblins and Ghouls: Miami's Most Haunted Spots

    published Oct 29, 2010

    ​If you grew up in Miami, you've heard countless stories of local hauntings or just downright creepy places where spirits, demons, tortured ghosts, and Snooki from Jersey Shore hang out. Well, this ... More >>

  • Go Green or Go Home

    published October 28, 2010

    The next time you throw a cigarette butt out your car window or leave a Styrofoam cup on the sidewalk, beware. The greenest man in the world lives... More >>

  • Sartre's No Exit Opens at Naked Stage on Friday

    published Oct 28, 2010

    ​The folks at Naked Stage are always trying to one-up themselves. First, they held their innovative fourth annual 24-Hour Theatre Project, in which local thespians had 24 hours to write, rehea... More >>

  • Colombian Hot Dog with Cornish Hen Eggs

    published Oct 27, 2010

    ​Colombian fast food places have popped up all over South Miami over the past few years. From La Moon on Calle Ocho all the way to Los Perros out in West Kendall, you can find people getting their p... More >>

  • Celluloid City: Striptease filmed at Miami Seaquarium and Solid Gold

    published Oct 27, 2010

    ​Over the years, Miami has served as the backdrop for hundreds of Hollywood movies. In Celluloid City, we spotlight some of the classics shot right in our own backyard.  Striptease,&nbs... More >>

  • Deborah Desilets Talks Morris Lapidus and Miami Architecture

    published Oct 26, 2010

    ​When staying at the Eden Roc Hotel or rollerblading through Lincoln Road Mall, architect Morris Lapidus is probably the last person on your mind. Deborah Desilets aims to change that with her book,... More >>

  • Michael Moore Gets Angry at Fort Lauderdale Film Festival

    published Oct 25, 2010

    ​The Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival (FIIFF) deserves more props. Year after year, FLIFF draws Hollywood biggies like Kevin Spacey, Lynn Redgrave, James Woods, and Martin Scorsese. This p... More >>

  • 91. Clifton Childree
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    91. Clifton Childree

    published Oct 25, 2010

    In honor of our People Issue, which will hit newsstands and computer screens November 25, Cultist proudly presents "100 Creatives," where we feature Miami's cultural superheroes in random order. Have ... More >>

  • Two Sisters Restaurant at Coral Gables Hyatt Serves Sweet Shrimp

    published Oct 22, 2010

    ​As part of its varied menu, Two Sisters Restaurant inside the Coral Gables Hyatt presents a light, refreshing, and delicious appetizer: spiced sugar cane shrimp. Most of the flavor in this dish spe... More >>

  • Hell is Other People

    published October 21, 2010

    The folks at Naked Stage are always trying to one-up themselves. First, they held their innovative fourth annual 24-Hour Theatre Project, in which... More >>

  • <i>The Grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution</i> Speaks for Change at the Colony Theater

    The Grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution Speaks for Change at the Colony Theater

    published Oct 21, 2010

    ​Break out your musty combat boots, don a black beret, and pump your fist to the sky. Revolution is in the air. But if you're having trouble awakening your dormant activist spirit, give it a d... More >>

  • Key West in Miami Restaurant Isn't Kidding Anyone

    published Oct 20, 2010

    ​Once upon a time, there was a seafood restaurant on Douglas Road and Flagler Street. People came from all around to sample its fresh and delectable seafood dishes. Then one day, the wicked stepmoth... More >>

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