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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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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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Letters from the Issue of December 20, 2001

Eduardo Padron: Call Him EmperorAnd call those around him academic boot-lickers: Gaspar González's article about Eduardo Padron's reign as president of Miami-Dade Community College ("Fear and Loathing in la Escuela," December 6) highlights how the time-honored goals of the educational process -- namely, the ceaseless, enthusiastic quest for and transmission...
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Award Tour

8 years ago by Tamara Palmer
We are certainly not the Oscars or the Grammys. Heaven knows there's no budget for fancy statues — or pretty girls to stand behind the podium holding them, for that matter. But we do like to give praise where it is due, and there are lots of cool happenings set...
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Best Hotel Restaurant

The Bazaar

No name could suit this restaurant better than "the Bazaar." The mastermind behind the dining spot's whimsical and delightful cuisine is José Andrés, the James Beard Award-winning restaurateur and culinary icon. At this South Beach eatery situated inside the SLS Hotel, caipirinhas are prepared tableside with liquid nitrogen, Brazilian cachaça,...
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