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The Resurrection of Robert Tilton

17 years ago by Sean Rowe
Sitting in Ross Perot's favorite booth at a fancy Dallas restaurant, Leigh Valentine eats half her low-fat redfish and then explains her husband's "disguise kit." The kit contained several fake mustaches and a $1200 custom-made wig. Robert Tilton, the Texas televangelist, carried it everywhere, and during their first year of...

A Bloodshot Records Anthology Resurrects Charlie Pickett

7 years ago by Lee Zimmerman
The case of Charlie Pickett is one of rock and roll's classic stories of almost-was. The Dania homeboy spent much of the Eighties working the road from here to the heartland, produced three highly acclaimed albums and an EP, and garnered a rabid local following in the process. But it...

Art Basel 2006 Event Listings

Thursday, December 7 Abba Fine Art. ¬Sicilian Set¬ and ¬911 Revisited¬: Lower gallery features Sicilian Set, showcasing the paintings of Emanuele Cacciatore and photography by Tony Caltabiano. The upper gallery presents 911 Revisited, a mixed-media installation by Debra Holt. Mondays-Sundays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Jan. 10. 305-576-4278. 233 NW...

Kingdom Gone: Biscayne Boulevard's Best Bar Closed

4 years ago by Chuck Strouse
Kingdom, the friendly open air bar/eatery on Biscayne Boulevard is closed. The place, which offered 20 kinds of beer and normal sports bar type chow, was a favorite on Main Street Miami. You could watch both high rollers and bums commiserate about everything from Dolphins losses to the high price...

Best of Miami 2013 Preview: Best Blog

2 years ago by New Times staff
Great news, Miami. Next week, our latest Best of Miami issue hits the stands, and it is a galactic-sized monster, packed with more than 330 picks for the Magic City's greatest restaurants, bars, clubs, people and places. The issue hits stands next Thursday and the web next Tuesday, but in...
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