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BEST OF MIAMI® 2005

With this issue, the Best of Miami celebrates its sixteenth anniversary. Sweet sixteen. Still young enough to be playful and innocent but old enough to be self-aware. Not in the sense of being self-absorbed, but rather in being cognizant of the future — a dawning realization that there will be...
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Letters from the Issue of November 17, 2005

X Out That Alex Stuff It was soooo long ago: I am writing because I fail to see relevance in reporting the information Trevor Aaronson did in his article "Videogames: Just Say No" (November 10). The piece started out okay — quoting from the Senate bill put forward by Alex...
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Letters from the Issue of September 15 , 2005

Note to Wayne Huizenga Even die-hard Dolfans say it's time for a change: I'll admit I was not thrilled to hear that people thought our Miami Dolphins logo needed an upgrade. Yet the beauty and clean lines of the new design by Steve Guaico of North Miami, displayed on last...
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Letters from the Issue of March 3, 2005

It's the Cat's Meow Dance-music coverage was scarce as hen's teeth, but hope springs eternal when you take the bull by the horns and think outside the box -- so I'm tickled pink: Wow! Mosi Reeves managed to write an article about the dance-music scene here in Miami ("Building a...
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Letters from the Issue of July 14, 2005

Miami Is Not Seattle Which is why reggaeton crushes indie rock: In his article "Out of Step" (July 7), Mosi Reeves writes that Miami, unlike most cities, lacks a "vibrant indie culture." Translation: White people are not the majority in Miami. But is this a bad thing? Miami is like...
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