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Selected Calendar Events for the Week of September 15, 2005

THU 15 Formed in 1992 in a lush little Florida college town we like to call Gainesville, the three Pez-loving pop-y punk bandmates of Less than Jake spent a few years tinkering with their identity, and by adding a few members and an addictive ska beat, they soon won over...

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...

Angelica Torn Blinds Us With Science as Marie Curie in The Radiant at New Theatre

4 years ago by Ily Goyanes
The U.S. is notorious for teaching its public school students American history at the expense of world history (which just might be slightly more important). The American education system sucks and Florida, always one to get left behind, consistently is consistently suckier than most - ranking in the bottom 25%...

Best of 2009 Preview: Best Local Album

6 years ago by Crossfade
Best Local AlbumTorche, Meanderthal Hydra Head Recordsmyspace.com/torcheThe underground metal cognoscenti revered the 2005 self-titled debut album by heavy hometown heroes Torche for its melodic take on sludgy sounds. But it was last year's followup, Meanderthal, that won the band a wider audience and even more critical praise. (And even though...
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