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Best Escape To Another Time

Along a winding stretch of West Dixie Highway, in the condo and strip-mall enclave of North Miami Beach, sits the oldest building in North America, a twelfth-century monastery originally erected in Segovia, Spain, and moved to South Florida in the mid-Twentieth Century by newspaper magnate and yellow journalist William Randolph...
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Best Escape To Another Time

Spanish Monastery

Along a winding stretch of West Dixie Highway, in the condo and strip-mall enclave of North Miami Beach, sits the oldest building in North America, a twelfth-century monastery originally erected in Segovia, Spain, and moved to South Florida in the mid-Twentieth Century by newspaper magnate and yellow journalist William Randolph...
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Escape Forever

12 years ago by Francisco J. Ojeda
The news that another Cuban musician has decided to cut his ties to the island in order to take a stab at establishing an international career is no longer as eye-opening as it once was. The reason is that there are so many of them. An urgent need for prestige...
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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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Fire Escape

20 years ago by Pamela Gordon
The Pope Theatre Company's saucy production of Eric Overmyer's Dark Rapture begins with a killer scene that could turn the most hard-core devotee of movies and TV toward the pleasures of live theater. Two men collide at the edges of a cataclysmic fire in Northern California. Amid the slides, lights,...
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