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Miami People 2010 Features Three Different Covers, Out in Newsstands Tomorrow

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Miami People 2010 is finally here! In the issue, we capture 30 of the city's most notable characters. The full list is available online, but don't skip out on picking a hard copy tomorrow because there are a few extra bonuses. There are three different covers that will be available in newsstands all across Miami-Dade. What's more, all 30 profiles are laid out in full-page and color.

Now you have an excuse to get away from your family's Thanksgiving dinner for 10 minutes while you go pick up a copy. You're welcome.

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