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Tom Finkel

Tom Finkel

Tom Finkel began his journalism career in Miami in 1989, when New Times, then a fledgling weekly, hired him as a proofreader. He left in the late 1990s but returned in 2019, having served as editor of City Pages in Minneapolis, Riverfront Times in St. Louis, and the Village Voice in New York City.

Latest Stories

  • 7 months ago | Celebrities

    The former Dolphin took to Facebook on Sunday to tell of his family's encounter with racism in Islamorada.

  • 11 months ago | News

    We want to assure you that whatever happens, we aren’t going anywhere. (Literally! We’re all working from home.)

  • 1 year ago | Things To Do

    Trippie Redd, the Shelley Novak Awards, 305 Half Marathon, and other events in Miami this week.

  • 25 years ago | Longform

    This is a historic moment for Miami." Bob Antoni is not a demonstrative individual, at least not in the physical sense. The earnest but soft-spoken 38-year-old Miami writer, whose dense, intense Divina Trace won the 1992 Commonwealth Award for bes...

  • 25 years ago

    Various Artists America Is Dying Slowly (Red Hot/Eastwest) After releasing seven successful AIDS benefit compilations that focus on genres ranging from dance and jazz to indie rock and country, the Red Hot Organization has put out its first hip-ho...

  • 25 years ago

    R.L. Burnside A Ass Pocket of Whiskey (Matador) Recorded in one afternoon in the Holly Springs, Mississippi, hometown of 69-year-old blues great R.L. Burnside, A Ass Pocket Of Whiskey documents a noisy, spirited session between Burnside, his sidem...

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