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Here Are Some Terrifying Quotes From Marco Rubio's Crazy Conservative New Chief of Staff

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Michael A. Needham has been described in various news profiles over the years as "too conservative" for GOP stalwarts such as former House Speaker John Boehner, as the Republican Party's "loathed ideological commissar," and as "a huge asshole." For years, Needham chaired the Heritage Action Fund, the lobbying wing of...
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Here Are the Unanswered Questions About Wasserman Schultz's Awan Brothers IT Scandal

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Last week, Democratic IT staffer Imran Awan was arrested for alleged bank fraud. In and of itself, that news would rate as a relatively minor political scandal. But Awan worked for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who inspires some of the weirdest conspiracy theories on Capitol Hill.
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Biogenesis Just Hints at Florida's Anti-Aging Catastrophe

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Outside a $600,000 Coconut Grove condo, the pool glittered blue in the afternoon sunlight and tennis balls popped off a green asphalt court. Inside, a tornado hit. Sharon Cohen watched her heavily tattooed Spanish husband, Alvaro, slam his head over and over against a TV set. She'd recently filed for...
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In Honor of Night of the Comet, a Cult Time Capsule of '80s America

6 years ago by Sherilyn Connelly
"This movie has been written about in books — go figure — and there's discussion about whether or not it's actually a zombie movie. And I can tell you it's not; it's not a zombie movie." So says director Thom Eberhardt about 20 minutes into the commentary for his low-budget...
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Merce Cunningham Legacy Tour Opens at Arsht Center

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
Choreographer Merce Cunningham and visual artist Robert Rauschenberg were groundbreaking when they first collaborated from 1954 to 1964, and they kept breaking ground right up through their last collaboration in 2007. The two men believed art referred only to itself, and they created riveting works together. Even now in the...
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Field of Schemes

12 years ago by Michael J. Mooney
Grass doesn't get any greener than on the fields of Major League Baseball spring training, when vivacious, young hopefuls play catch with millionaire all-stars. That was the scene on a February morning at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, where the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals limbered up for the...
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Lowe Light

10 years ago by Carlos Suarez De Jesus
The Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts Glimmers at the Lowe
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Im-Merce Your Senses

13 years ago by Carlos Suarez De Jesus
In arguably the most anticipated event of the season, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) is featuring the first U.S. exhibit focusing on Merce Cunningham’s collaborations with visual artists from 1997 to the present. The two-part project culminates at the museum’s Wynwood annex in April. During a career spanning more...
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Letters from the issue of January 21, 2009

Panic Peddling Bad spin: Your main thesis that gay people are leaving Miami Beach "in droves" and heading to Fort Lauderdale is absurd. ("Escape From South Beach," Natalie O'Neill, January 14.) I don't know what you intended with your sensationalist headline and poorly spun story, but I think you've succeeded...
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FAIR-y tales: The immigration saga continues

9 years ago by Terry Greene Sterling
FAIRY-y tales: The immigration saga continues

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