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Sean Rowe: New Times Writer/Author/Poet Is Dead

11 years ago by Chuck Strouse
Pretty much every word Sean Rowe ever spoke was poetry. Even after he was hit by a train and survived.  I don't say that as praise. I'm not fawning. He just had a way about him.He arrived in Miami in 1989 to work at the Miami Herald, where I was...

Twenty-One Years After New Times' Sean Rowe Navigated Miami By Canoe, Another Writer Is Trying Again

9 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Twenty-one years ago, then-Miami New Times writer Sean Rowe pushed his 17-foot canoe into Biscayne Bay, jumped in -- and immediately capsized. Rowe dried himself off, jumped back in, and so began a four-day journey navigating Miami-Dade via 30-miles of seldom used drainage canals. Rowe eventually passed through seven cities,...

Sean Penn Is Mighty in the Strained Gunman

6 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
In the action thriller The Gunman, Sean Penn, at age 54, looks neither old nor young. He’s been in training to look this age for a long time. Even as a relative kid, in 1982’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High, his sailor-on-shore-leave mug had a wry, quizzical roughness to it;...

Shalala Calls for End to College Corruption Despite Her Own Ties to College Corruption

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In the wake of the FBI's Operation Varsity Blues, one of the most sweeping probes into college-entrance bribery and corruption in American history, U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala today called for an investigation into nationwide corruption at top-flight schools.

Ralph Pagano Wins South Beach Seafood Festival Competition in "Fireproof" T-Shirt

3 years ago by Laine Doss
Thousands of people enjoyed stone crabs and grilled oysters on the sand at this weekend's South Beach Seafood Festival. The event, which returned for its sixth year, raised money for CI Foundation's Eat Smart program, an effort that promotes healthy eating among Florida's youth. More than 10,000 attendees enjoyed the weekend's festivities.

Lincoln Road Halloween Guide 2018

3 years ago by Juliana Accioly
Halloween night on Lincoln Road is one of the most wildly over-the-top parties you'll ever find. With more than 50,000 participants expected to head to Miami Beach's iconic promenade on Wednesday, October 31, this year's celebration might just be the spookiest ever. Revelers can choose from a bevy...

Miami's Francis Suarez Wants to Be Strong Mayor

3 years ago by Brittany Shammas
It's just before 7:30 p.m. on a Tuesday in October, and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is glad-handing with constituents at the Shenandoah Park recreation center. He shakes hands with a couple of uniformed cops and plants a kiss on an older woman's cheek. Dressed in a trim navy suit, he...

The Ten Best Labor Day 2018 Weekend Parties in Miami

3 years ago by Amy Cisneros
If you’re thinking of staying in for this year's long Labor Day weekend, are you even from Miami, bro? This town is the best place to party all day or night — or both becuse you'll have plenty of club, concert, and general debauchery options at pretty much any time of day. Check out this guide to help plan your weekend.

With Bad Stories, Steve Almond Explores What the Hell Just Happened to America

3 years ago by Rebecca McBane
Author and journalist Steve Almond found himself struggling to wrap his head around the election-night results of 2016. The result of that journey is his latest book, Bad Stories: What The Hell Just Happened to Our Country. He'll discuss it Monday, March 26, with Books & Books owner Mitchell Kaplan.

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