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    Score one for Bob Kunst - The canned CAN executive director gets a little help from the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security

    In what might be the beginning of a lengthy legal battle, a state labor judge has ruled that Bob Kunst, fired this past August from his executive post at Cure AIDS Now, is entitled to the unemployment benefits he has been collecting. On February 17 J...

    by William Labbee on March 4, 1992
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    Buddy, Can You Spare a Multimillion-Dollar Fire-Service Contract? - A pair of firefighters' unions waging a turf war in Key Biscayne and the Port of Miami? Gee, times really are tough.

    One might be tempted to think two local fire departments would be able to devote their combined energies toward the common goal of providing an indispensable public service. But during cutthroat economic times, controversies erupt in the most unlikel...

    by Mary Ann Esquivel-Gibbs on March 4, 1992
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    New Times and the Law

    For the past 37 years the Florida Bar has honored media organizations for "outstanding journalism aimed at increasing public understanding of the system of law and justice in America, particularly in Florida." In Tampa this past Saturday, New Times w...

    on March 4, 1992
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    Program Notes

    If you read anything (besides "Program Notes") this year, it should be the new Musicians Guide to Touring & Promotion, especially if you're a musician. (Duh.) The 132-page package includes label contacts, publishing companies, tape and CD manufacture...

    by Greg Baker on March 4, 1992
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    Swelter

    The celebrity action dies down and the punch suddenly goes out of the city. In the vacuum, the void of noncelebness, even the weather somehow changes: it actually feels hot again, sticky and unpleasant, an unfit atmosphere for any self-respecting fam...

    on March 4, 1992
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    Letters

    DIVING FOR CULPRITS: BLAME HIM In response to Kirk Semple's "Deep Trouble" (February 26), I would like to do my best to stand up for and defend a sport that is proven to be both safe and educational. I must say that I feel very sorry about t...

    on March 4, 1992
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    Haiti Stories

    On the morning of February 5, moments before her umpteenth press conference, Cheryl Little received an unsettling phone call. For Little, the crusading supervising attorney at Miami's Haitian Refugee Center, unsettling phone calls have been part of t...

    by Steven Almond on February 26, 1992
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    Scuba Feature

    The late-October sun was still asleep as Lawrence Allen and Tania Figuerola set out for the Keys and talked about things that only lovers know. They discussed their relationship, how in a giddy seven months they had reached profound depths of intimac...

    by Kirk Semple on February 26, 1992
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    The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways - Bible thumper Norman Hickey believes the Day of Judgment is at hand. Which ought to make him a shoo-in for Miami Beach city manager.

    When Miami Beach commissioners interview Norman Hickey for the island's city manager post on Tuesday, they might consider asking the San Diego County administrator whether he's still engrossed in contemplation of the Book of Revelation and the end of...

    by Mary Ann Esquivel-Gibbs on February 26, 1992
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    The Cower of Pizza - The pizza giant promises a pie in 30 minutes or less...as long as you live on the right side of the tracks

    Aside from a predilection for anchovies, Denise Cruz's pizza fetish never sparked much controversy. In fact the self-employed bookkeeper was such a loyal crust hound when she lived in north Coconut Grove that employees of the Domino's Pizza franchise...

    by Steven Almond on February 26, 1992
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    Beware of the Dog and Steer Clear of the Buffet Table

    The Miami Herald has taken a pretty ugly beating in its confrontation with Cuban American National Foundation chairman Jorge Mas Canosa. Recent tough talk by publisher David Lawrence simply hasn't been able to overcome the damage done by his simperin...

    by Jim Mullin on February 26, 1992
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    Swelter

    Pop history, the weekend that Miami finally crystalized into one big Molotov cocktail of hype and glitz, a neverending parade of possibilities for the new beautiful people. A summit gathering of the glamarati - Chris Blackwell, Madonna, Grace J...

    on February 26, 1992
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    Program Notes

    Every time I hear Luther R. "Luke" Campbell's name, I consider entering law school. If I got good at it, he could make me rich, or at least keep me very busy. Campbell drafts so many attorneys he ought to just buy a law firm. Set up a cot at the cour...

    by Greg Baker on February 26, 1992
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    Letters

    Willy and Sal's case is based on government information received from convicted informants who are bargaining for a reduction in their prison sentences. Specifically, Mr. Ray Corona, a very unreliable source who is presently serving time, is cooperat...

    on February 26, 1992
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    Inside Feature

    With the New Hampshire primary behind us, and the March 10 Florida primary looming, you may find yourself stomping around in circles, bellowing (in the manner of James Earl Jones in Yellow Pages ads), "Choices! I NEED choices!" Because the choices yo...

    by Alex Heard on February 19, 1992
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    Shrimp

    My good friend Zap is on the phone, telling me the monkeys are gonna whistle tonight. Naturally I believe him. I take inventory: A T-shirt, two sweatshirts, a sleeveless exercise jacket with hood, a London Fog with hood. Bandanna, hat, two pairs of s...

    by Greg Baker on February 19, 1992
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    How Green Was My Condo Rec Room - They're parks, all right. The county says so. Never mind that most people can't actually use them.

    The neighborhood park is a thing of verdant beauty: Manicured baseball diamonds and other athletic fields. Shaded playgrounds of swing sets and sandboxes. Unsullied green spaces, woods punctuated by nature paths, quiet lakes and ponds. Tennis and rac...

    by William Labbee on February 19, 1992
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    Northern Exposure - Finally, the naked truth about Edward Albee's arrest in Crandon Park

    On February 1, readers of the Miami Herald learned that Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee had made a public appearance in one of Dade's most beautiful parks. An extraordinarily public appearance. "Two Metro-Dade police officers reported ...

    by Kirk Semple on February 19, 1992
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    Letters

    Quite frankly, we had no choice. Mr. Kunst had financially bled and mismanaged the organization so severely that we were facing the certainty of bankruptcy within one week. Body Positive, earnestly concerned about having many of their homebound clien...

    on February 19, 1992
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    Program Notes

    They aren't on MTV yet, at least not that I know of, and maybe they never will be, but the mighty Mavericks played for all America on Friday as guests of the Today show, broadcast from the Rusty Pelican on Key Biscayne. Pretty cool, man, even if it w...

    by Greg Baker on February 19, 1992
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Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall for President

With the primary election set for August 26, there's a local politician who doesn't have to worry being voted out office. In June, Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall was one of two Miami-Dade… More >>

Inside Miami's New Science Museum and Its Eye-Popping, Shark-Filled Aquarium

From high above Biscayne Boulevard, Frank Steslow peers down into what looks like the world's largest punch bowl. Grown men crawl like insects inside the massive martini-glass-shaped structure. Rebar pokes… More >>

The Seven Types of Miami Dolphins Fan

The Miami Dolphins are well into their preseason, with their last two tune-up games against the Cowboys and Rams looming. As new faces and fresh hopes start the year, one… More >>

Reader Mail: No More Off-Duty Jobs for Cops

Confederate Kidnapping The kid was in danger: There are obvious questions for the family court based on your reporting of how a mom living in a home full of weapons and… More >>

Baby Photographed With Confederate Flags and Guns Kidnapped

Robert Baumann watched as his ex-girlfriend changed before his eyes, going from a free-spirited girl from Broward to an angry young woman with radical, hard-right politics. But it wasn't Megan Everett's… More >>

A-Rod's Cousin Yuri Sucart Faces Prison After Years of Doing the Ballplayer's Dirty Work

It's hard to imagine a character less suited to Alex Rodriguez's luxury lifestyle of private jets and South of Fifth condos than the shackled man federal agents led into the… More >>

Noise Complaints Plague Coconut Grove's Drum Circle Noise Complaints Plague Coconut Grove's Drum Circle

For Karen Deilke, Coconut Grove's monthly drum circle isn't just a key piece of the neighborhood's tight-knit artistic community and a vestige of its fading bohemian roots. The acclaimed Texas-born… More >>

Critics of Lincoln Road Church Development Deal Say $500,000 Donation Greased the Wheels

A miracle. A blessing. A prayer answered by God. That is what Miami Beach Community Church (MBCC) leaders call a $100 million plan to replace the congregation's historic courtyard with… More >>

Miami Beach Cops Made $300,000 Working Off-Duty for Nightclubs Before Chief Banned Practice

After Miami Beach Police Sgt. Mike Muley was caught drunk while working an off-duty assignment at Mango's last month, new Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates responded with a harsh… More >>

Reader Mail: Save Panthers, Not Humans

When Panthers Attack The truth emerges: Thanks for the great article about the threat to farmers and Gladesmen from a resurgent Florida panther population ("It Came From the Glades," Allie Conti,… More >>

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