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An Undercover Sting Illuminates the Dark Side of Florida's Booming Alligator Industry

3 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Caked in mud, the black Chevy pickup made a careful left turn from the main highway onto a dirt driveway in rural Southwest Florida. Four young men in jeans and scuffed-up cowboy boots hopped out to meet their new business partner, a lanky, middle-aged Hawaiian guy named Curtis Blackledge. After...
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Fooq's Chef Nicole Votano Leaves for Dirt

5 years ago by Zachary Fagenson
Fooq’s chef Nicole Votano has parted ways with the restaurant less than a year after the hip, homestyle eatery opened on a shady downtown Miami’s corner in the space once filled by Nemesis Urban Bistro. She’ll be become chef de cuisine at DIRT, according to a restaurant spokeswoman. The curiously...
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Fooq's Blends Persian and European Comforts in Downtown Miami

6 years ago by Zachary Fagenson
On the bum-ridden downtown Miami street corner where Micah Edelstein's Nemesis Urban Bistro once stood, French-Persian owner David Foulquier strives to deliver some continental European and Middle Eastern comfort. The 25-year-old is a first-time restaurateur who grew up on Manhattan's Upper East Side. His family often hosted large dinner parties...
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Marlins Park Hosting Miami Octoberfest October 4

6 years ago by David Minsky
Marlins Park is turning out to be a handy location to host a beer festival. The baseball team announced that the stadium will host the Beck's 2014 Miami Octoberfest, formerly known as Brickellfest, October 4. The worldwide beer festival celebrating the fall harvest will be an extravaganza of German and...
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Kush Taps Gravity and Cigar Collaboration "Gin and Juice" Thursday

7 years ago by David Minsky
If you ever find yourself rolling down NW Second Avenue on the edge of Wynwood, stop by Kush to sip a little Gin and Juice, the collaboration beer brewed by Cigar City Brewing and Miami's Gravity Brewlab. Gin and Juice, an American strong ale, will be on tap at Kush...
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How to Get Rich in the Medical Marijuana Business (or Go Broke Trying)

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
Inside a conference room at a Sheraton Hotel in Miami, Bob Calkin paces in front of a small stage, holding a microphone. The 50-year-old Los Angeles cannabis hustler with '80s rock-band hair flies around the United States, charging folks $299 a head to learn how to make a fortune dealing...
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Erasure Announces The Violet Flame 2014 World Tour, Launching in Miami

7 years ago by S. Pajot
Prepare for a blizzard of glitter and the heat of The Violet Flame. In just a few months, English dance-pop pioneers Erasure, otherwise known as Vince Clarke and Andy Bell, will be revealing their 16th studio album, a ten-track electro-pop opus recorded in New York and London, and produced by...
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Gravity Brewlab, Cigar City Make "Gin and Juice"

7 years ago by David Minsky
What happens when you mix a double IPA and gin? You get a beer called "Gin and Juice," of course, the result of a collaboration between Miami's Gravity Brewlab and the Cigar City Brewpub in Tampa. It all began when Gravity's Diego Ganoza and a Chicago executive with Ransom Old...
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Obama's war on weed

9 years ago by Ray Stern
Obama's war on marijuana Download the No We Can't poster.
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Monster Movie

19 years ago by Robin Shear
By the opening sequence of Beauty and the Beast à la IMAX, my seven-year-old niece and I are exhausted. We could spin our own adventure story worthy of Disney based on the trials we endured just to get to our seats at this "media screening": navigating the labyrinthine Sunset Place;...

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