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Best Chef to Come Back

Johnny Vinczencz

He gained fame in the mid-Nineties as a cutting-edge American chef with a fondness for big, bold, barbecue-ish flavors brightened by tropical island accents. Back then Johnny Vinczencz (aka "the Caribbean Cowboy") ruled the roost at the Hotel Astor. One day the irrepressible chef packed his knife kit, picked up...
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2007: The Moments in Review

7 years ago by Brandon K. Thorp
In a few months New Times will roll out its annual "Best Of" issue. Nestled among Best Tattoo Artist, Best Streetside Falafel Stand, and Best Club in Which to Meet a Midget Mutant Amputee Leather Nun, you'll find theatrical best-ofs: best show, actor, actress, director, and so forth. But there...
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2007 Music Year in Review

Over the past few years, year-end critics' lists have multiplied faster than the worry lines on Ben Bernanke's brow. Mark our words, the Internet and your local Barnes & Noble's magazine rack will be brimming with head-spinning, eye-glazing permutations of praise for the following albums: Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, the...
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Miami's Best Albums of 2007

7 years ago by Arielle Castillo
It's that time of year again — the end, that is, when High Fidelity-style geeks compile High Fidelity-style best-of-the-year lists. There are slobbering dissections of Spoon's Ga Ga Ga Ga, blathering babble about Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, and a crock of criticism of M.I.A.'s Kala. If that's what you want,...
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Letters from the Issue of May 3, 2007

Back Yard Baghdad Steering clear of Opa-locka: I gotta say dude, I loved your story ("Baghdad West" by Calvin Godfrey, April 26). Everything about it was so on point. I'd love it if your next story was about the city officials who just show up to collect government checks and...
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