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    Dolphins Defensive Lineman Phillip Merling Is Out for the Season

    ?Miami Dolphins defensive end Phillip Merling's off-season of misfortunes has gone from bad to worse. Merling was arrested in May for punching his pregnant girlfriend, and just this week he was formally charged with felony battery for the ...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Chris Joseph on July 23, 2010 @ 10:32 am
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    Win Tickets to Rakim & Ken-Y's Social Media Party -- And Have a Laugh, On Us

    Remember when we told you about that social media scavenger hunt you'd have to go on to get tickets to a social media fiesta with booze provided by @SmirnoffMiami, music by @RkmyKeny, and everything live-tweeted by your Twitter jockey, @ManuGabaldon?...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Christine Borges on July 23, 2010 @ 9:52 am
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    White Pride Group Urges Tea Party to Flaunt Its Bigotry

    ? Is the Tea Party racist? The NAACP thinks so. And the Council of Conservative Citizens, a white pride group, agrees. Of course the Tea Party is racist, crowed a blog post on the Council's website yesterday -- and it would be proud of i...

    @ Riptide 2.0 by Penn Bullock on July 23, 2010 @ 8:52 am
  • Miami People 2010 - The Magic City's 30 most interesting characters.

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    Miami People 2010 - The Magic City's 30 most interesting characters.

    Miami New Times has turned its lens on the Magic City's 30 most scintillating characters -- from chefs to athletes to artists to businesspeople. They are all profiled in the links that follow. They aren't all famous. Nor are they obscure. But togeth...

    by New Times staff on November 25, 2010
  • Bernice Steinbaum: Fighting for Art

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    Bernice Steinbaum: Fighting for Art

    Bernice Steinbaum squints through the massive black-rimmed glasses that frame her eyes like fishbowls and sighs. "Do you have any other questions besides what I think about the scene in Miami?" she asks. Her weariness is understandable. Since she...

    by Tim Elfrink on November 25, 2010
  • Mickey Munday: Twilight Cowboy

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    Mickey Munday: Twilight Cowboy

    When Mickey Munday saunters into Bulldog Barbecue in North Miami, he picks a table across from a mirror so he can see everything behind him. And as he does whenever he enters a room, he makes a mental note of all the possible exits. "I guess it's an...

    by Gus Garcia-Roberts on November 25, 2010
  • Carlos Miguel Guerra: Dance Dancer Revolution

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    Carlos Miguel Guerra: Dance Dancer Revolution

    Carlos Miguel Guerra is rushing through the doors of Miami City Ballet, barely making it on time to rehearsal. It's just a few days before the opening of his ninth season with the company. "Dance is great," he says. "It's great, but a lot of respons...

    by Gabriela Garcia on November 25, 2010
  • Addonis Parker: Earthly Addonis

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    Addonis Parker: Earthly Addonis

    He's a giant, and not just because he stands six feet eight inches. For more than a decade, Addonis Parker, owner of Art Forever Studios in Liberty City, has concentrated on improving the world through paint and brush. From teaching art to at-ris...

    by Jacob Katel on November 25, 2010
  • Cynthia Aguilar: Ocean Paddler

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    Cynthia Aguilar: Ocean Paddler

    She has among the most iconic jobs in America: saving lives on South Beach. But beyond the silicone and spray tans, being a lifeguard is actually a dirty, difficult, and dangerous job. There was the time Cynthia Aguilar rode her Jet Ski out to a ...

    by Michael E. Miller on November 25, 2010
  • Jeff McInnis: Hot Chef

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    Jeff McInnis: Hot Chef

    Jeff McInnis's name would stand out on any definitive list of top Miami chefs: It's the one that keeps moving up. This nice young man born in Niceville, Florida, first achieved a high profile thanks to a stint on Top Chef. At the time, he was in the...

    by Lee Klein on November 25, 2010
  • Maria Teresa Goobs: What Rhymes With Boobs?

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    Maria Teresa Goobs: What Rhymes With Boobs?

    As a teenager in west Kendall, Maria Teresa Goobs fantasized about the life of a vintage gumshoe reporter. "I'd imagine myself in a sports jacket and porkpie hat chasing down rackets all over the city," the 31-year-old Cuban-American scribe says. "T...

    by Francisco Alvarado on November 25, 2010
  • Ingrid Hoffmann: Latin Dish Goes Big Time

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    Ingrid Hoffmann: Latin Dish Goes Big Time

    The temptation to serve up Ingrid Hoffmann as a sultry, spicy Latina seductress is strong. Let's be honest: Watching the 45-year-old chef saunter around a kitchen is delightful. But to put her in that box is to treat her like leftovers, and you don'...

    by Sebastian del Mármol on November 25, 2010
  • Bigg D: The Next Music Mogul

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    Bigg D: The Next Music Mogul

    You might think you don't know Derrick Baker. But if you are a hip-hop head, you're wrong. He's a local studio genius known as Bigg D. You got a copy of Pitbull's debut, M.I.A.M.I.? Those are D's swag beats and synthy spikes on "Dammit Man." How ...

    by S. Pajot on November 25, 2010
  • Dave Barry: Bravely Navel-Gazing

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    Dave Barry: Bravely Navel-Gazing

    Ever try to have a friendly conversation with an investigative journalist? It's like talking to dry wall, except plasterboard doesn't record you or scour through your divorce files. But as seriously as he takes himself, the Pulitzer winner with Deep...

    by Gus Garcia-Roberts on November 25, 2010
  • Frederica Wilson: Washington-Bound Mad Hatter

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    Frederica Wilson: Washington-Bound Mad Hatter

    The next U.S. congresswoman from Miami has become so synonymous with her hats -- 300 of 'em ranging from rhinestone-studded Stetsons to pink muffs to demure brown bowlers -- it feels wrong to see her scalp. But mistaking the woman for the fashion...

    by Tim Elfrink on November 25, 2010
  • Elizabeth Caballero: The Soprano

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    Elizabeth Caballero: The Soprano

    I know a lot of people don't like opera -- they think it's dramatic people screaming," says buxom, blue-eyed soprano Elizabeth Caballero, who stars as Liu in Florida Grand Opera's production of Giacomo Puccini's Turandot. The busy vocalist -- who...

    by Gabriela Garcia on November 25, 2010
  • Edwidge Danticat: Genius of Haiti

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    Edwidge Danticat: Genius of Haiti

    Each morning, Edwidge Danticat looks out the window of her Little Haiti home and sees neither her homeland nor the United States she always imagined. Instead, like tens of thousands of fellow Haitian-Americans in Miami, the 41-year-old writer is cau...

    by Michael E. Miller on November 25, 2010
  • Darrell Stuckey: Keys to the Past

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    Darrell Stuckey: Keys to the Past

    There's a moment during every opening-night screening at the yearly Miami International Film Festival that brings the crowd of cinema aficionados and celebrities roaring to its feet -- and it's not the movie. As the credits roll, an orchestra of ...

    by Tim Elfrink on November 25, 2010
  • Madeleine Kirsh: Grande Dame de Miami

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    Madeleine Kirsh: Grande Dame de Miami

    C. Madeleine's is like the pyramids or the Taj Mahal for fashion editors and stylists. The 10,000-square-foot showroom in North Miami Beach has outfitted celebrities in vintage couture for red-carpet affairs and inspired Michael Kors and countless o...

    by Gabriela Garcia on November 25, 2010
  • Alonzo Mourning: Center of Giving

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    Alonzo Mourning: Center of Giving

    Every time you ask Alonzo Mourning a question about his life, he derails the conversation. The philanthropist and former Miami Heat center wants to talk about Haiti, where he volunteered days after the earthquake. Then it's on to education politics ...

    by Gabriela Garcia on November 25, 2010
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Millionaire's Murder Case Opens the Book on Flings With Male Porn Stars, Strippers

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