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New Year's 2004 Guide

Once again it's time to ask: Where did the last twelve months go? It's the kind of question that takes some serious thought to answer. You probably slept one-third of the last year away, and although you should have been working for another third, you didn't. Too bad most of...

Letters from the Issue of March 11, 2004

No Time for the Whine Professional protesters like Bork need to get a job -- and a life: As long as Kirk Nielsen is the acting head of the Jamie "Bork" Loughner Fan Club, perhaps he can enlighten everyone as to what this professional complainer does for a living ("No...

The Ten Best Parks in Miami

2 years ago by Travis Cohen
Paradise. That's what this city is. It may often be perverse or peculiar, but have no doubt: Miami is the paradisiacal metropolis of the south. And the beauty of this place won't be found within the pulsating walls of LIV or along the bustling, crowded sidewalk of the Corner. The...

Miami's Ten Best Bartenders

2 years ago by Laine Doss
Anyone can get behind a bar and mix a drink. For that matter, anyone can walk into a kitchen and prepare a meal. After all, we've all cooked for ourselves at home, haven't we?But, bartenders, like chefs, have many different levels of expertise. While the person who pops your Budweiser...

Miami Beach Commissioners So Star-Struck By Rony Seikaly That They Forget How Politics Is Supposed to Work

2 years ago by Michael E. Miller
City politics is supposed to be simple. Private companies vie for public projects, with the job going to the best bid. But not in Miami Beach. Here, city officials secretly conspire to award friends with lucrative contracts in exchange for envelopes full of cash (just Google "Gus Lopez"). Government on...
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