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Lufthansa AG

  • Blogs

    September 26, 2013

    Move D on the Digital Music Era: "Ideally, Music Should Be For Free"

    If electronic music can be called music's final frontier -- the veritable cutting edge of sonic innovation -- then it's artists like Move D (AKA David Moufang) who are its true trailblazers. If the German production veteran is still relatively obscure (as far as mainstream EDM hype goes), it's only ... More >>

  • Calendar

    April 25, 2013
  • Blogs

    October 12, 2011

    Ritz-Carlton South Beach Executive Chef Bernd Schmitt Focuses On Quality Ingredients

    Ritz Carlton​Executive chef Bernd Schmitt recently joined SoBe's Ritz-Carlton as the voice behind the hotel's entire culinary enterprise -- from in-room dining to the banquet program, to Bistro One LR, DiLido Beach Club, and the Lapidus Lounge.We sat down with Chef Schmitt to find out what his pla ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 29, 2011

    Interview With Chef Josh Becker of the DiLido Beach Club, Part 1

    Chef Josh Becker working beachside at the DiLido.​At 28 years old, chef Josh Becker is riding high. He's behind the burner at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach's DiLido Beach Club, where he serves meals in a gorgeous beachside setting, and his cuisine is being featured in Lufthans ... More >>

  • Dining

    January 15, 2004

    Roe Rage

    Fish eggs, fish eggs roly-poly fish eggs; fish eggs, fish eggs, eat them up, yum

  • News

    March 13, 2003

    MIA: A User's Manual

    Is our airport the most user-unfriendly in America? No, just one of four really unhappy landing sites.

  • News

    May 30, 2002

    Ramp Rats' Revenge

    Checking luggage? Think long and hard before answering yes to that question at MIA

  • News

    September 26, 1996

    Getting Wasted at 35,000 Feet

    Airlines that service Miami International Airport throw away up to 600 uneaten meals every day

  • News

    October 14, 1992

    Dead On Arrival, 119 Times Over

    Indonesian crab-eating macaques are favored by medical researchers. But if Miami primate dealer Matthew Block's late-August shipment was bound for the lab, it never got that far.

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