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Robert Andrew Powell, ex-New Times writer, chronicles soccer in deadly Juarez

7 years ago by Michael E. Miller
Robert Andrew Powell, ex-New Times writer, chronicles soccer in deadly Juarez
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Author Robert Andrew Powell Endures a Marathon and Wrestles His Demons in a New Memoir

5 years ago by Michael E. Miller
If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall," the Russian writer Anton Chekhov supposedly once said, "in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off." In Robert Andrew Powell's new memoir, Running Away, the walls aren't equipped with rifles but...
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Author Robert Andrew Powell Endures a Marathon and Wrestles His Demons in a New Memoir

5 years ago by Michael E. Miller
If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall," the Russian writer Anton Chekhov supposedly once said, "in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off." In Robert Andrew Powell's new memoir, Running Away, the walls aren't equipped with rifles but...
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Powell Makes the Sports Book

New Times cover story that described a season with an inner-city Pop Warner football team will appear in The Best American Sportswriting 1998, the series' publisher announced last week. The anthologies have appeared annually since 1991. "Coming of Age on the 50-Yard Line" (November 27, 1997), by staff writer Robert...
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Andrew Pollack Is the Parkland Massacre's Conservative Face

10 months ago by Tarpley Hitt
It's mid-June in Lakeland, Florida, and Andrew Pollack is hunched over in a pitch-black trailer, gripping a nine-millimeter pistol with both hands, preparing to hunt a school shooter. He assumes what's known as an isosceles stance — feet square with his shoulders, knees flexed to absorb recoil, and toes facing...
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Miami Music Week 2019 Party Guide

2 months ago by Jose D. Duran
The big news this Miami Music Week is Ultra Music Festival's impending move to Virginia Key, along with Winter Music Conference's return to Faena Forum. However, for the average spring breaker, the end of March signals the onslaught of parties featuring a who's who of dance music's brightest talent. Though...
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Cam Wake Deserves to Be Recognized as an All-Time-Great Miami Dolphin

2 months ago by Ryan Yousefi
Cam Wake always represented the Miami Dolphins will class and integrity, even when everything around him was on fire and crashing to the ground. Wake deserved better than the past decade's Dolphins, but he never complained or asked out.
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Lee Schrager on How to Pick the Perfect SOBEWFF Event

3 months ago by Laine Doss
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival returns Wednesday, February 20, through Sunday, February 24, with more events than ever before. When all is said and done, more than 70,000 attendees will have enjoyed 100-plus parties, dinners, seminars, and tastings. The annual fete, which has raised more than $28 million...
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Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk Snubbed for Best Director, Gets Only Three Oscar Nominations

4 months ago by Ayurella Horn-Muller
The biggest surprise of the list: Local filmmaker Barry Jenkins' "If Beale Street Could Talk" snagged only three nominations. These included nods for Original Score, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay. But there was an obvious snub for the incredible flick in key categories such as Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Director.
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Hate Goes Mainstream With the Miami Proud Boys

5 months ago by Meg O'Connor
Inside a rundown Lauderhill strip mall sits Hair and Such, Nothing but Wings II, and the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office, where ballots are being recounted in three closely watched statewide elections. Outside, about 60 protesters gather in the parking lot. Some of them sport Make America Great Again...

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