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Top Five BYOB Restaurants in Miami

4 years ago by Gabriela Garcia
Restaurant owners are usually not big fans of forgoing a wine list filled with marked-up bottles. But from a customer perspective, BYOB restaurants are simply awesome. You can get all fancy and dust off a bottle of vintage blah blah blah and ball out over Thai grub. Or you can...
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Bacilos' Jorge Villamizar Playing His Hits at Bardot Miami on January 24

2 years ago by Victor Gonzalez
All you want to do is dance. We get it. And so does Jorge Villamizar, the five-time Latin Grammy Award winner and "Todo Lo Que Quieres Es Bailar" singer, whose contribution to Latin pop music have far surpassed his "Primer Millón." Villamizar rose to prominence in the early 2000s as...
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Soulfrito Festival's Melissa Giles on "Launching Pitbull, Aventura, and Wisin y Yandel"

1 year ago by Jacob Katel
Miami's Melissa Giles was barely 18 when she started Soulfrito. The music festival, launched way back in 2002, was the first of its kind in Miami, presenting all urban styles, from reggaeton to rap, on one bill. For several years, she and Soulfrito were a success. But then the fest...
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David Bisbal on His New Sound: "I've Always Been an Artist Who Likes to Be Current"

11 months ago by Carolina del Busto
Miami has gotten that much spicier as Latin acts from around the globe convene to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Billboard Latin Music Conference and Awards. Perhaps the only man in the world who can pull off a head of bouncy curls, David Bisbal, will be in town to...
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Chris Korge Rides Again

12 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
Despite the efforts of Miami-Dade Aviation director Angela Gittens to reform Miami International Airport, the brewing set-to over a prepaid phone card vending contract shows that it's business as usual at MIA. Contracts get awarded to individuals with the most political juice; prominent among the rewardees is big-time lawyer/lobbyist Chris...
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