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BEST OF MIAMI® 2002

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...
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Letters from the Issue of , 2002

Democracy: It's All About Tough Choices A District 7 voter ponders his options: After reading Francisco Alvarado's article about the county commission race between Xavier Suarez and Carlos Gimenez ("The X Man Returns," October 21), I say wow -- what an impressive list of political heavyweights backing Gimenez, all of...
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Best Art Museum

Perez Art Museum Miami

Let's face it: Baselites are damn hard to impress. Each year, the jaded international art-world cognoscenti flock to the 305 for Art Basel, an aesthetic winter bacchanalia where the latest contemporary trends and talent compete for attention with the über-exclusive VIP list for over-the-top private soirees. But in December 2013,...
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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 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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