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Miami's Best Argentine Restaurants: For Pope Francis's Installation

2 years ago by Kareem Shaker
In the more than 2,000-year history of Catholicism, the religion has stretched its tentacles all over the world. Today there are about as many Catholics in Central and South America as in the rest of the world combined. With the installation of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the first pope from...

Letters from the Issue of June 16 , 2005

Yes, Master, Your Every Wish Is Our Command Spoken like a true journalism student: Thanks for running Edmund Newton's article on the disagreements over teaching journalism ("Newsroom or Classroom?" June 9). Both sides of the argument are taking place in the same box. I think we all know by now...

Letters from the Issue of July 28, 2005

Murdered Memories Developers in the black Grove are destroying our past: I want to believe what Kirk Nielsen reported in "Fables of the Reconstruction" (July 14) -- that rising Coconut Grove property values have caused developers to come in and destroy generations of hopes, dreams, struggles, and memories of Grovites...

Letters from the Issue of August 4, 2005

Editor's note: We received hundreds of letters following the publication last week of "Tales of Teele," which consisted of verbatim excerpts from a police investigation into Arthur Teele, Jr. The investigative report had been released to the public on May 4, 2005, by the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office. This sampling...

Selected Night & Day Events for the Week of December 1, 2005

THU 1 Ask a woman who loves a man in uniform, and she'll tell you a sooty, sweaty firefighter is the ultimate "working man" fantasy. But there's no better way to ruin the illusion than to reveal a thick pelt of nasty back hair under the flame-proof garb. Pay homage...
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