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2010 Stories by P. Scott Cunningham

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  • The Toast of Tel Aviv

    published January 7, 2010

    What do you say about Itzhak Perlman? Just the guy’s name pretty much sells itself — an impressive feat for any violinist, much... More >>

  • Beaux Hard or Beaux Home

    published January 7, 2010

    The formula is pretty simple. Downright obvious if you ask us, but for some reason, only the Beaux Arts Festival has figured it out. The... More >>

  • Come Hither and Party

    published January 7, 2010

    If Renaissance festivals need a mascot, there’s no better choice than Petrarch. A 14th-century Italian poet who invented the sonnet, Petrarch... More >>

  • Hanging Tough

    published January 7, 2010

    Has your Baselitis cleared up yet? Can you look at the lamppost banners along Biscayne Boulevard without going into anaphylactic shock? Does the... More >>

  • Request: Equestrians

    published January 7, 2010

    Humans and horses have been living together since 4,000 B.C.E. The relationship has produced many high points — the Budweiser Clydesdales,... More >>

  • Eagle-Eyed Ink

    published January 7, 2010

    In an era when seemingly every writer has multiple graduate degrees and the publishing industry is declaring the death of books, Matt Gajewski is... More >>

  • Skit Skat Sailor Hat

    published January 7, 2010

    You want to know why jazz singer Jon Hendricks is a pimp? (1) Dude wears a sailor hat for no goddamn reason. (2) He spits verse into the mike... More >>

  • A Rose by Any Other Name

    published January 7, 2010

    We at New Times avoid the gym like Legionnaires’ disease, but we must admit that seeing a 30-something Burt Lancaster with his shirt... More >>

  • What’s Another Word for Thesaurus?

    published January 7, 2010

    For many of us Miami heads, Broward County might as well be in Idaho. Sure, it’s there, but why go? This Thursday, there’s one very good... More >>

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