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Best Of Winner

BEST HAPPY HOUR

Foxs Sherron Inn

When a bar racks up as many New Times Best of Miami awards as Fox's has over the years, you have to assume the owners are related to someone at the paper, or some juicehead New Times writer(s) spends a little too much time sucking down booze and basking in...
Best Of Winner

BEST HAPPY HOUR

Foxs Sherron Inn

When a bar racks up as many New Times Best of Miami awards as Fox's has over the years, you have to assume the owners are related to someone at the paper, or some juicehead New Times writer(s) spends a little too much time sucking down booze and basking in...
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Letters from the Issue of , 2002

If You Knew Italy Like I Know Italy You probably wouldn't have been quite so insulting: I am the owner of Tinello Cucina Italiana and I'm writing regarding the recent review of my restaurant by Lee Klein ("Low Prices, Low Prospects," February 3). I believe everyone is entitled to his...
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Letters from the Issue of January 23, 2002

Your Weakness, My Strength The Herald and WLRN, imperfect singly, are perfect together: To learn from Rebecca Wakefield's article that cross-marketing opportunities could drive an alliance between public-radio WRLN-FM and the Miami Herald is no surprise ("Radio Free Herald," January 16). WLRN has never shown any willingness to push the...
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Letters from the Issue of August 15, 2002

Yes, All the World's a Stage But that doesn't mean Miami is London: Ronald Mangravite's commentary on the dearth of theater in Miami was undoubtedly well-intentioned, but his suggestion that the solution lies in making Miami more like other cities that have lots of theater is simplistic, to say the...
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