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    Sorry, but there is no way four WASPs from Palm Beach County could have recorded Dream Another Dream, nor, for that matter, I Am I. Progressive guitar rock is dead. It died, more or less, when the Replacements went out of fashion several years a...

    on January 22, 1992
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    We don't recommend who you should vote for in elections the way other publications do, but vote for Al Goldstein for Broward sheriff. In his famous magazine, Screw, Goldstein recently ran a fake ad picturing Clarabell the Clown with Nick Navarro's fa...

    by Greg Baker on January 22, 1992
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    Swelter

    It's glamour, it's cheap thrills, it's the sort of new 1992. The society shuffle. The debut of La Cage, art of the drag, part XIV. Semper's gone underground. Movie stars. Big money. Legends becoming as one, pledging the sacred vows of fabulousness. S...

    by Tom Austin on January 22, 1992
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    The Old Curiosity Shop

    Evelyn Streiff is muttering something about her father, about the suicide he planned as a starving young lad on the Lower East Side and abandoned for a hitch with the cavalry in Kansas, back when Miami Beach was a soggy tongue of land full of critter...

    by Steven Almond on January 15, 1992
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    Inside Feature: John Featherstone

    For John Featherstone, the nature tours were the best part of working at Arch Creek Park. The self-taught naturalist enjoyed leading groups of schoolchildren along winding trails, the leafy brown mulch crackling beneath their feet as he'd point out t...

    by Mary Ann Esquivel-Gibbs on January 15, 1992
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    Raising Cane - Home may be where the heart is, but sportswriter Gary Long's vote is in the state of Washington

    When Miami Herald sportswriter Gary Long picked the University of Washington over the hometown Hurricanes as the number one football team in the land, he catapulted himself to public enemy number one in Miami. Long, who contributes South Florida's on...

    by Jim DeFede on January 15, 1992
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    The Postmen Always Cringe Twice - Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers. Fido is another matter.

    Lulu Hormilla didn't even have time to panic. One instant the postal worker was dropping letters into the mailbox at a Sweetwater duplex, the next she was on the ground, fending off a Doberman pinscher that had just left permanent fang imprints on he...

    by Steven Almond on January 15, 1992
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    Letters

    Granted, at one time they were a legal-eagle dynasty. Now they more resemble "The Family Circus." Mr. Lowther doesn't need to make the Rubins' destruction his mission. They are self-destructing. The Florida Bar really needs to review these clowns and...

    on January 15, 1992
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    Program Notes

    It makes perfect sense. Out there you are different, the world is different, there's no deep-sea mystery of throwing bait in water and waiting for the tug. Fly fishing is straight-up honest, in a creek where the fish know you're there, know you want ...

    by Greg Baker on January 15, 1992
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    Swelter

    Uptown on a budget. The preview party for Art Miami '92, in a huge new space at the Beach convention center. Atmospheric harpists. The white wine crowd pretending an absorbing interest in the work when conversation wandered. Art people. Dealer Barbar...

    by Tom Austin on January 15, 1992
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    Tara Solomon Feature

    The two women in pressed pantsuits and high-necked collars look on in near shock, tittering to themselves as Tara Solomon strolls up the steps of the Compass Cafe on Ocean Drive. Even amid the mobile mosaic of the beach-front sidewalk, the high prie...

    by William Labbee on January 8, 1992
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    Martin Siskind Feature

    In the week leading up to Sunday, April 21 last year, a tiny notice appeared in the Miami Herald's classified pages: "ESTATE SALE!" the ad read, "Furniture, Bric-a-brac, Clothing. 7701 Biscayne Blvd." The address was instantly recognizable to an...

    by Sean Rowe on January 8, 1992
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    Guns N' Hoses: Part 2 - Has outspoken firefighter Douglas Jewett spoken out once too often?

    "Sheepish" is not a word you'd ever use to characterize Metro-Dade firefighter Douglas Jewett. During his nineteen years in the department, he has acquired a reputation as a topnotch firefighter and paramedic, but one who will step on anyone's toes t...

    by Kirk Semple on January 8, 1992
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    The Case of the Bashful Kidney - Stopped by a state trooper for a suspected DUI, David Wolok makes a semi-successful argument for the pee-pee defense

    Pity mild-mannered Michael Wolok. Since late August the 38-year-old free-lance futures trader hasn't dared venture forth in his rust-color Ford LTD. All his life, Wolok says, he's eschewed such vices as caffeine, alcohol, red meat, and marriage. Now,...

    by Sean Rowe on January 8, 1992
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    Letters

    WARNING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME I wish to compliment Jim DeFede's treatment of the complex litigation in his article "Battle of the Exes" (January 1). One matter I feel compelled to draw to your readers' attention, is that Mrs. Feinberg's t...

    on January 8, 1992
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    Program Notes

    Our continuing coverage of censorship in America recently included the anti-music-video rantings of Sen. Robert Byrdbrain, who says MTV and the others are bad, bad. From Lydia Lunch to Rap's Most Wanted, I've seen a few "controversial" videos in my d...

    by Greg Baker on January 8, 1992
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    Swelter

    That New Year crush again, one long desperate party leading up to the final soul-crushing moment, and then, nothing, nothing, on the other side. Sex without release. Work without reward. Fun without pleasure. Another year, and still, you're not glitt...

    by Tom Austin on January 8, 1992
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    Inside Feature

    Jack D. Gordon Democratic state senator, 35th District "The incredibly discourteous drivers in Greater Miami, especially on the expressways. The people who try to get one place ahead by switching lanes, often without signaling. I think it's w...

    by Kirk Semple on January 1, 1992
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    Paul Levine

    With the success of his first two novels, To Speak for the Dead and Night Vision, mystery writer Paul Levine's future as an author seems bright. He has abandoned the practice of law, a career that not long ago earned him an annual salary of nearly $...

    by Jim DeFede on January 1, 1992
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    Dream Another Scheme - Epic Records says the new Nuclear Valdez album won't be released for another two weeks. Tell that to Keith Conlan.

    "Miami-based rock quartet Nuclear Valdez have channeled the breadth of vision, tunefulness, and integrity of their widely heralded Epic debut I Am I into an exciting and surprising follow-up, Dream Another Dream, set for a January 14 release." So...

    by Greg Baker on January 1, 1992
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