First Glossy Issue in Newsstands Today
A few weeks ago, we announced that we'd be going glossy. Well, that day has arrived. Newsstands today will carry our first glossy issue, which is also nicely trimmed and stapled.
The premiere glossy issue features Tim Elfrink's story "Homesick," which delves into the Chinese drywall issue affecting South Florida homeowners. The tainted construction material is causing dwellers to get sick as well as corroding home appliances.
Also in this week's issue is Lee Klein's review of downtown eatery Wok Town, while Carlos Saurez de Jesus looks into the Miami Art Museum's latest exhibits "Space as Medium" and "Carlos Bunga: Metamorphosis."
So what are you waiting for? Pick it up today!
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