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Letters from the Issue of July 3-9, 2003

Political Animals I've Known and Loved And by the way, I'd be happy to draft a new campaign-finance law: A few comments about Brett Sokol's "Kulchur" column on the never-ending subject of Don Peebles et al. ("Black and White and Dread All Over," June 26). First of all, Florida desperately...

Best of Miami 2011: Best Jewelry Designer

4 years ago by New Times staff
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 16, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Best Jewelry DesignerMixon by Anna MixonLace Nail & Beauty Lab1935 West Ave.Miami Beach 33139305-604-0111annamixon.com, iluvlace.com...

Miami's Best Coffee Houses: Ten Places to Rev Your Caffeine Engine

3 years ago by Laine Doss
Miami is famous (or infamous) for its beaches, toned bodies, and hot nights filled with music. But dancing until dawn, then trying to make it through the day requires massive doses of caffeine. Thankfully, the Magic City is home to some wonderful coffee houses.From the little walk-up windows of downtown...

Bacilos' Jorge Villamizar Playing His Hits at Bardot Miami on January 24

2 years ago by Victor Gonzalez
All you want to do is dance. We get it. And so does Jorge Villamizar, the five-time Latin Grammy Award winner and "Todo Lo Que Quieres Es Bailar" singer, whose contribution to Latin pop music have far surpassed his "Primer Millón." Villamizar rose to prominence in the early 2000s as...

Doug Rodriguez Is Back

7 years ago by Lee Klein
Michelle Bernstein and Doug Rodriguez were recently announced as nominees for the James Beard Foundation's best chef in the south award. The first name is no surprise, for Bernstein is one of South Florida's most notable chefs. (She nabbed a nod last year but didn't win.) The recognition for Rodriguez...
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