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Best Renovation/Preservation

Little Haiti Caribbean Marketplace

When New York Times reporter Bruce Weber came to Miami in 1999 to do a story about Little Haiti's art community, he described the nascent effort to renovate the Caribbean Marketplace, not only to save the building itself — only nine years old then, it was well on its way...
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Gloria Estefan Talks Miami Marine Stadium, Preserving Miami's History: "This Is Our Home"

4 months ago by Laurie Charles
Gloria Estefan is passionate about many things. One of those things is the 305. No matter how many shiny awards the "Get On Your Feet" singer may stack on her shelf, or the number of successful businesses she runs with hubby Emilio, Miami remains, and always will, at the center...
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Miami's Ten Best Restaurants

2 years ago by Emily Codik
Your buddies just don't understand. You had an earth-shattering rossejat at the Bazaar. You loved the place -- that is, until you heard some tragic news. Your pal once had a bad bao con lechón there. Now that guy's never going back. Disgruntled patrons rarely forget a dinner done wrong...
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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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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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