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"Men Seeking Men. What Are They Seeking?"

Richard Kirshen, a Miami Beach business owner who does a blues show on Talk City, was having breakfast with his eight-year-old granddaughter, Shelby, at the GreenStreet Cafe in Coconut Grove recently.

"Somebody left a New Times on the table," Kirshen recalls. "She picked it up, started paging through, and then said: "Papa, it says here: Men seeking men, What are they

seeking?" 


"Service in Coconut Grove isn't that good, so we had some time to kill... I said there are a lot of articles in this newspaper that you wouldn't read anywhere else."

So she kept reading, and he snapped the above picture. Not bad at all, Richard. Thanks.

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