Janine Zeitlin

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  • 7 years ago | Longform

    The silver pole squeaks between her pale, toned thighs as she lifts her 110-pound frame high into the club's rafters. Her strawberry blond hair tumbles loosely over her blue tie-dyed string bikini to her thin waist. The pumping music goads, "Party...

  • 7 years ago

    The Witch's Way Natacha Seijas is at it again. By Francisco Alvarado The Wicked Witch of West Miami-Dade appears to be casting evil spells again. Lourdes Aguirre, a Miami Lakes businesswoman who is challenging county Commissioner Natacha Seijas in...

  • 7 years ago | Longform

    In a cozy Coconut Grove shop redolent of incense, Sandra Richardson hovers over six colorful tarot cards laid before her on a silk-covered table. She ponders the question: Obama or McCain? The middle-age self-described psychic consultant sweeps he...

  • 7 years ago

    I love aspartame. I love it so much that I used to inhale entire packs of Extra. As soon as they lost a smidgen of flavor, I’d pop in another stick. And another. A few hours later, I’d be surrounded by a heap of silver gobs and an empt...

  • 7 years ago | Culture

    New Times staff writer Janine Zeitlin on La Cosa Nostra. I was the type of kid who got nervous during show and tell. My face would turn crimson. I’d shuffle my Keds. I haven’t progressed all that much. So when I was invited to La Cosa ...

  • 7 years ago

    It sounds so easy when yoga teachers tell you to relax into Savasana, or corpse, the final resting pose that can stretch five to fifteen minutes. Physically, it is: You lie on your back, eyes closed and palms up with your arms and legs slightly sp...

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