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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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Broken Shaker, Regent Cocktail Club Nominated for Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards

10 months ago by Laine Doss
Tales of the Cocktail, the annual celebration of all things spirited, has announced the nominees for their annual "Spirited Awards," with several Miami bartenders and bars getting a nod. See also: Tales of the Cocktail: Miami Bartenders Shake Up New Orleans...
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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 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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Letters from the Issue of October 24, 2002

The Rosenberg Resurrection We shall return him to the film festival -- or else: In Brett Sokol's recent "Kulchur" column about the crisis at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival ("They Shoot Divas, Don't They?" October 10), he wrote that "...not just the gay community, but the entire city...
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