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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...

Log Cabin Nursery, Miami Beach Haven For Developmentally Disabled, To Close Due to State Cuts

4 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
We knew that Tallahassee's recent $500-million-plus slashing to Medicaid reimbursements would have some pretty dire consequences. Unfortunately, a 35-year-old Miami Beach institution that serves as a second home for dozens of developmentally disabled adults is acting as the canary in the coal mine. Collins Avenue's Log Cabin Nursery will close...

This Weekend: Rihanna, Robert Plant, Kyle Cease, and Miami Spice

5 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
With no tropical storm in sight, tuck into a sunny weekend scored by Rihanna and Robert Plant, tickled by Kyle Cease, and sustained by Miami Spice and lots of obscure Japanese snacks.FridayMiami's local bands (Deaf Poets, Sirens & Sealions, Animal Tropical) will play a benefit show tonight for Michael Lum...

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...

The Ten Best Art Galleries in Miami

2 years ago by Carlos Suarez De Jesus
During the past decade, Wynwood and the nearby Design District have become famous for their bustling art scene that today boasts upward of 75 galleries and artist-run spaces. During hyper-crowded Second Saturdays, it can be daunting to distinguish the first-class programs from the crush of galleries clamoring to leave an...
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