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  • 11 years ago

    Charlie Klar crossed NE 10th Avenue with his weed whacker. He approached the six-foot wooden fence surrounding the overgrown lot on the corner of 139th Street, cranked up the trimmer, and went to work. A moment later, he turned it off. "I'm the ga...

  • 11 years ago | Flotsam

    Call me a lowest-common-denominator kind of guy, but when I heard that Miami’s own street brawler Kimbo Slice had appeared last week on the new “CBS EliteXC Saturday Night Fights,” the first in a series of mixed martial arts cage...

  • 11 years ago

    A bizarre 25-year-old murder case may hold clues for prosecutors investigating the 2007 shooting of Latin music producer Fabio “Estefano” Salgado. Estefano was shot in the head and chest while sitting in the kitchen of his $5 million V...

  • 11 years ago | Culture

    Ivon David Rojas Windy City curator Dominic Molon’s “Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967” swaggered into Miami last night to a raucous MoCA crowd. The show explores the nexus of visual avant-garde art and unr...

  • 11 years ago | Art

    Botero, Chihuly, and Lichtenstein With the sculptural works of Fernando Botero, Dale Chihuly, and especially Roy Lichtenstein at every turn throughout its 83 acres, there's widespread whimsy at Fairchild. Chihuly's glass pieces resemble plants and...

  • 11 years ago | Art

    Cristina Lei Rodriguez and Paul Morrison Steering clear of her usual gooey weeping willows, the homegrown artist has tapped into the central nervous system of Sixties minimalist and junk art in her new show. Rodriguez deserves kudos for avoiding h...

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