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Letters from the Issue of , 2002

Why We Love Our Place We wear casual clothes, there's no velvet rope, and you don't have to take out a second mortgage to buy a round of drinks: I'm writing in response to Humberto Guida's "BuzzIn" column about Our Place in Miami Lakes ("Dive Bar Shenanigans," August 5). I...
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Letters from the Issue of , 2002

Liberace Speaks ... or the artist strikes back: Please note that I was misquoted in the article "In Darkness There Is Light," (October 20) by Carlos Suarez De Jesus. First there was this: "I'll live as I wish." Maybe Liberace said this? And then there was: "I'm bringing you the...
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Letters from the Issue of May 30, 2002

So Stupid They Must Work for Castro Who? Those idiots over at Vigilia Mambisa, that's who: While I always cringe at New Times articles criticizing el exilio, I must say Alfredo Triff's "Anatomy of Suppression" (May 23) was well deserved by those idiots over at Vigilia Mambisa. In no way...
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Letters from the Issue of March 14, 2002

Anonymous Annihilation Even football stars should know their detractors: Kirk Nielsen's story about University of Miami football player Andre Johnson ("End Run," March 7) had more quotes from ghosts than The X-Files. Next time you want to write a piece that butchers a twenty-year-old kid, Kirk, why don't you get...
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Letters from the Issue of October 17, 2002

Mutant Writer Spews Gibberish Fiendish free weekly creates journalistic Frankenstein: The once friendly, sober, and decorous Frank Alvarado of Miami Today and the Daily Business Review joins New Times and appears to have been psycho-surgically transmuted into a caustic, trash-talking Hunter Thompson wannabe named Francisco Alvarado, a snappy pseudo-hipster with...
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