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Best Of Winner

BEST OF MIAMI® 2001

We all know we need it, and we all know we don’t get enough of it. No not that, the other thing, the thing that keeps us young at heart, calm at soul, wise at mind — that thing we call relaxation. In a place like Miami, relaxation seems to...
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Letters from the Issue of November 15, 2001

Thugs, Dictators, and Freakin' CommunistsNo surprise that the first two are local boys: Thanks to Kirk Nielsen for exposing Otto Reich, the thuggish Bush administration nominee for assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs ("Waiting for Otto," November 8). And as reported in the same issue in "Riptide," a...
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Knights Arts Challenge Finalist Amanda Keeley Plans to Stage Pop-up Bookstores

11 months ago by Shelly Davidov
Despite Miami's rapidly evolving art scene, most Miami locals can't afford to buy any of the abundant work on display. Knights Arts Challenge finalist Amanda Keeley says artist books are the best way to clear that hurdle. Keeley's project, EXILE Books, is a traveling pop-up store installation dedicated to selling,...
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Best of Miami 2011: Best Play

4 years ago by New Times staff
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 16, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Best PlayAugust: Osage CountyActors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre280 Miracle MileCoral Gables 33134305-444-9293actorsplayhouse.org...
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BEST COFFEEHOUSE

We hereby present this new eatery with the ABS Award -- that being Anything But Starbucks. In this coffeehouse-blighted town any signs of new life must be encouraged. So go past the deli counter and up the stairs studded with circles of light. At the top you'll find the bookstore...
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