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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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As the Cuban Embargo Fizzles, the Battle for the Cigar Industry Smolders

2 months ago by Michael E. Miller
True to its name, Nicaragua's Puro Humo cigar festival is hazy as hell. The smoke is thick enough to slice. Flames flicker and fade in the darkness. Figures drift through the fumes. Grinning businessmen gnaw on smoldering cigars. Bow-tied waiters scurry in the half-light. And beautiful women in sequined dresses...
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Andalus in the Design District: close, but no cigar

4 years ago by Lee Klein
Andalus in the Design District: close, but no cigar
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The End of the Embargo Could Kill Miami's Cuban Cigar Industry

2 months ago by Michael E. Miller
When did you last travel to Cuba?" the man demanded. "And when was the last time before that? And before that?" The questions cut through the decades. The room was bigger now. The windows were no longer barred. Men in suits had replaced soldiers in fatigues. And the crackle of...
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SOBEWFF: Jorge Padrón Wins Peoples Choice Award at Swine & Wine

1 year ago by Sara Ventiera
At an event titled Swine & Wine, you'd expect plenty of pork fat and rivers of alcohol flowing. This was most certainly the case last night at the Goya-sponsored, Michelle Bernstein-hosted event at the Biltmore Hotel. The porcine-centric evening brought some of the best chefs from all around the country...
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