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You'd think that in a town as wonderfully weird as Miami, no one could ever grow jaded by what they see around them. Think of those clueless mothers with toddlers hoping to cross a busy street but refusing to use a crosswalk, standing on the center line as cars whiz...

Letters from the Issue of October 31, 2002

Pot Papers: Not in Our Neighborhood Sorry, but the truth is yes -- in your neighborhood: As a Hispanic, my attention was drawn to Humberto Guida's article "The Preppie Pot Papers" (October 24) because Cubans were named as dope dealers. I wanted to read what this Humberto Guida had to...

The Little Shop That Could

18 years ago by Savannah Whaley
A confession: Before the curtain goes up on any musical production, I check out the number of songs in each act; if the show turns out to be a turkey I can start the countdown till the final curtain. During the intermission to Little Shop of Horrors, now at Boca...

Miami's Best Argentine Restaurants: For Pope Francis's Installation

2 years ago by Kareem Shaker
In the more than 2,000-year history of Catholicism, the religion has stretched its tentacles all over the world. Today there are about as many Catholics in Central and South America as in the rest of the world combined. With the installation of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the first pope from...

Miami's Best Fried Chicken: A Top Ten List

2 years ago by Emily Codik
Eating fried chicken is no tidy affair. Golden brittle breading bursts after a gentle nibble. Bits of crust cascade beneath your chin. Juices flow. Fingers glisten. Lips gleam. (Call this gloss pollo frito; it sure as hell beats Chanel.) In Miami, a city brimming with restaurants of diverse ethnicities, fried...
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