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As the Cuban Embargo Fizzles, the Battle for the Cigar Industry Smolders

2 months ago by Michael E. Miller
True to its name, Nicaragua's Puro Humo cigar festival is hazy as hell. The smoke is thick enough to slice. Flames flicker and fade in the darkness. Figures drift through the fumes. Grinning businessmen gnaw on smoldering cigars. Bow-tied waiters scurry in the half-light. And beautiful women in sequined dresses...
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The Wynwood Cigar Factory: Smokes and Street Art Galore (Photos)

2 years ago by Jacob Katel
The American cigar market is a multi-billion dollar industry, the largest, and most lucrative in the world. And Miami is set to take its piece of the action with nationwide distribution of limited production runs of high-end rolls by the Wynwood Cigar Factory, manufacturing right in the heart of the...
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Last Night: Yasumicon 2008 at FIU Graham Center

7 years ago by Jose D. Duran
Marco Kornfeld Zelda comes to life -- er, sort of -- at Yasumicon 2008. Click here to view the full slide show. On most days like Saturday, kids are racing to get away from the heat by jumping in to the nearest body of water they can find. But the...
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Miami's Best Fried Chicken: A Top Ten List

2 years ago by Emily Codik
Eating fried chicken is no tidy affair. Golden brittle breading bursts after a gentle nibble. Bits of crust cascade beneath your chin. Juices flow. Fingers glisten. Lips gleam. (Call this gloss pollo frito; it sure as hell beats Chanel.) In Miami, a city brimming with restaurants of diverse ethnicities, fried...
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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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