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  • 18 years ago | Concerts

    If you don't know Teddy Pendergrass by now, you will never, never, never know soul at its most sensual. After all, it was Pendergrass -- a Philadelphia native who grew up singing the Lord's praises and was an ordained minister by the age of ten --...

  • 18 years ago

    Charts Miami Neighborhood Map Are You Poor? Do the Math Miami Portrait Top-Ten Poorest Cities Poverty Quiz Good Surveys Make Good Neighbors Compare & Contrast American Cities Welcome to Miami. The Magic City. Gateway to the Americas. And most rece...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    Luis Castillo is all alone again. Almost two weeks after his impressive run of registering at least one hit in thirty-five consecutive games came to an end, and less than a week before his first All-Star Game appearance, he sits quietly in front o...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    Billy Hardemon wants to get over. "I know I can make it," he says, his eyes constantly shifting between the two men directly across the way and the traffic light at the corner of NW 62nd Street and 7th Avenue, where he has an office at the Martin ...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    "I don't care what others say/Boca, I'm with you." The chant, produced by a sea of blue-and-gold-clad fútbol fans and aimed at a smaller contingent of red-and-white-garbed fans, reverberates throughout the Orange Bowl on this, the third Sat...

  • 18 years ago | Longform

    On a Thursday morning in late April, Jerry David is sitting in the last row above home plate at the Homestead Sports Complex (HSC), stealing a little shade while he watches his son, Toby, pitch for the Pennsylvania Road Warriors. Near the first-ba...

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