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2004 Stories by Nina Korman

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  • Women vs. Men

    published January 29, 2004

    THU 1/29 The Florida Center for the Literary Arts opens its writers' residency and lecture series with a... More >>

  • Talking Tradition

    published January 29, 2004

    SUN 2/1 Christians, Jews, and Muslims are finally getting together, not around the world but at the Coconut Grove Playhouse (3500 Main... More >>

  • This Week's Day by Day Picks

    published January 22, 2004

    Thursday 1/22 Ahh, the media, never tiring of their incessant navel-gazing. What are we doing right? What are we doing wrong? Who the... More >>

  • The Far Side

    published January 22, 2004

    SAT 1/24 In Frank Capra's 1937 classic, Lost Horizon, our handsome protagonist Robert Conway (Ronald Colman) is haunted by a... More >>

  • Primate Time

    published January 22, 2004

    THU 1/22 You're intellectual, caring, and humorous. You must be a monkey. In the lunar calendar of Chinese astrology, that is. Yes,... More >>

  • Buzzed

    published January 22, 2004

    FRI 1/23 Twenty years after breaking up eclectic rock trio The Police, Sting is hotter than ever. Credit his new album... More >>

  • South Florida History Challenge

    published January 15, 2004

    Does anyone know more about South Florida history than Paul George? Now we'll finally find out for sure. Recognized for the numerous tours he's... More >>

  • This Week's Day by Day Picks

    published January 15, 2004

    Thursday 1/15 Civil rights leader Martin Luther King's birthday is officially observed on Monday but today is the actual... More >>

  • The Bobble Boy

    published January 15, 2004

    NOW 24/7 In a world where celebrity sells, having your likeness reproduced in the form of a bobblehead doll may very well be... More >>

  • Yen or Pesos

    published January 15, 2004

    SAT 1/17 Big-mouth baseball players: You're on notice. It's time to put up or shut up. The Global Scouting Bureau (GSB) is rolling... More >>

  • Easy Cruising

    published January 15, 2004

    NOW 24/7 Being a good sailor is simple when you have major bucks to spend on a fancy boat, club membership fees, and what seems like... More >>

  • Utter Trash

    published January 15, 2004

    FRI 1/16 Some wimp requests information about John Waters's film Pink Flamingos on an Internet bulletin board. "I want... More >>

  • Ahoy Vey!

    published January 15, 2004

    SUN 1/18 Wearing puffy shirts and eyepatches, hoisting the Jolly Roger, walking the plank. It all screams pirates to us. But in the... More >>

  • This Week's Day by Day Picks

    published January 8, 2004

    Thursday 1/8 Wood block prints of a city in flux made in the 1930s by artist Koizumi Kishio, currently on display in the exhibition... More >>

  • On the Road Again

    published January 8, 2004

    Whether playing Argentine tango, Appalachian folk songs, Brazilian bossa nova, or Bach concertos, Yo-Yo Ma, the soft-spoken classical... More >>

  • Camera Ready

    published January 8, 2004

    THU 1/8 Utter the word "aperture" and the amateur photographer might merely think about the opening on a 35 mm camera's lens. A more... More >>

  • Amazon Birder

    published January 8, 2004

    WED 1/14 South Florida shutterbug Claudine Laabs is headed up the Amazon again, with a paddle, a crew, and a camera. In the past 20... More >>

  • Young at Art

    published January 8, 2004

    THU 1/8 Two days ago marked the beginning of ARTS Week, when the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts' Arts... More >>

  • Local Pride

    published January 8, 2004

    SUN 1/11 Freedom isn't free. It requires vigilance 24/7. SAVE Dade, queer Miami's political front, will be hosting its annual... More >>

  • Mountain Song

    published January 8, 2004

    THU 1/8 Country roads that disappear through Carolina tobacco fields, silos looming over a prairie, tractors kicking up dust on a hot... More >>

  • This Week's Day by Day Picks

    published January 1, 2004

    Thursday 1/1 The story of the Samimy family of Miami is also the story of the Zargar family, Jews who originally resided in Persia... More >>

  • Castle Caper

    published January 1, 2004

    NOW 24/7 When Victor Leong began building his sandcastle along the seawall at Lummus Park more than 11 years ago, his creation... More >>

  • Gothic Haze

    published January 1, 2004

    SAT 1/3 It's hellishly cold in Germany right now, and downright frigid underground. But for a taste of both in the comfort of Miami's... More >>

  • Old New World

    published January 1, 2004

    SAT 1/3 You never know what you'll hear at a show by Tammerlin, a husband-and-wife musical duo composed of... More >>

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