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A New Crop of Bars Could Be a Harbinger for Downtown Miami

6 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
Will Thompson is part bartender and part psychologist. At Jaguar Sun (230 NE Fourth St., Miami; 786-860-2422; jaguarsunma.com), the slight 32-year-old in delicate copper-framed glasses and a floral-print buttonup uses a dozen cocktails to determine what kind of drinkers are at his bar. The place, which Thompson and chef/owner Carey Hynes...
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Odorless Onion, Sunions, Now Available at Publix

4 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
There is no movie scene that reveals the plight of women and cooks better than one in the 2009 film Julie & Julia, in which Julia Child, played by Meryl Streep, sets to dicing cases of onions after being bullied her first day at the Paris cooking school Le Cordon Bleu.
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Where to Buy Medical Marijuana and CBD in Miami and Fort Lauderdale

4 months ago by Chris Joseph
As Florida continues to grapple with legalizing recreational marijuana and Gov. Ron DeSantis ponders allowing patients to smoke the stuff — as well as liberalizing laws that give near monopolies to a few companies — nine medical marijuana dispensaries have cropped up in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, offering services for...
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How Mokhtar Alkhanshali Brought Yemeni Coffee to the U.S.

5 months ago by Minhae Shim Roth
If you’ve been in Miami long enough, you know the Magic City runs on cafecito. Yemeni-American coffee entrepreneur Mokhtar Alkhanshali, the subject of Dave Eggers’ most recent book, "The Monk of Mokha," will share his love of coffee and indulge in Miami’s own when he visits Books & Books...
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The Late Great Paul Taylor Comes Back to Life at Miami City Ballet

7 months ago by Artburst Miami
Choreographer Paul Taylor, a colossus of modern dance eagerly embraced by classical companies, died in August at age 88. Now Miami City Ballet will resurrect his expansive spirit in a work that lends its name to the season’s first program. Company B, featuring nine quicken-the-heart songs by the Andrews Sisters,...
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Brendan Sutton Is the Farmer Behind Ghee Indian Kitchen

8 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
Brendan Sutton knew he wanted to be a farmer in his mid-20s. Now, at age 50, he grows produce that fills the coolers at Ghee Indian Kitchen, widely regarded as one of Miami-Dade's best restaurants.
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Cao Chocolates Harvests Miami-Dade's Only Cacao Trees

9 months ago by Clarissa Buch
Down south in the Redland, just a long stone's throw from Krome Avenue and the Everglades, 350 cacao trees tower over Patch of Heaven Sanctuary, a 20-acre nature conservation site at 21900 SW 157th Ave. Dozens of yellow and orange oval pods filled with brown cacao beans hang from the...
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Alberto Cabrera to Open Lincoln Road Ventanita and Brickell City Centre Restaurant

10 months ago by Zachary Fagenson
Vida & Estilo Restaurant Group and Alberto Cabrera, who ran the excellent but short-lived Little Bread in Little Havana, will reopen the small window and cafe at the former David's Cafe Lincoln Road location toward the end of 2018, serving classic Cuban fare done right.
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Lychee Festival Returns to Schnebly Redland's Winery With Relay for Life Beer Mile

11 months ago by Clarissa Buch
Saturday, June 30, the third-annual Lychee Summer Celebration will return to Homestead with a 50-plus vendor farmers' market, cooking demos, wine and beer, and fireworks.
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

11 months ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday There aren't many events that can claim they're hosting William Shatner, Tara Reid, and American Horror Story's Jyoti Amge over the course of a weekend. But Florida Supercon totally can. The four-day anime, comic, and gaming show attracted a whopping 50,000 attendees last year and is aiming for 60,000...

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