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Hadekel 1 Shows Off the Technicolor Side of Israeli Cuisine

1 month ago by Zachary Fagenson
Brothers Assaf and Tal Hadad missed the food from home. Born in Hadera, Israel, a 40-minute car ride north of Tel Aviv, they moved to Ariel, a settlement in the occupied West Bank, when Assaf was 12. There they grew up surrounded by a rainbow of cuisines.
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Ten Moments That Defined Miami Nightlife in the 2010s

1 month ago by Zach Schlein
From ridiculous behavior by promoters and DJs to the countless venues that opened and closed, here are the ten developments that shaped Miami nightlife over the past decade.
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Artists of the Caribbean Explore Their Basin of Beauty and Grief

2 months ago by Julienne Gage
In "The Visual Life of Social Affliction," Caribbean artists explore some of their region's greatest social concerns for an exhibit at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.
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Will Allapattah Fall Victim to the Gentrification That Claimed Wynwood?

2 months ago by Douglas Markowitz
Dressed all in black and wearing comfy sneakers, Mera Rubell surveys a ballroom-size gallery in her family's new museum. The 100,000-square-foot former warehouse in Miami's Allapattah neighborhood is still unfinished, but some of its immense artworks have been installed. A large painting by Kehinde Wiley, famous for his foliage-filled portrait...
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Johnny Jewel and Chromatics Share Their Dreamy, Neon-Dripped Vision at Pérez Art Museum Miami UPDATED

2 months ago by Zach Schlein
Italians Do It Better label head Johnny Jewel and his David Lynch-approved band make a long overdue return to Miami on Thursday, November 21.
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

3 months ago by Olivia McAuley
The versatility of blues-rock duo the Black Keys knows no bounds. With its purist roots and clever collaborations, the band has amassed a discography loved equally by fans and critics. Now on the road in support of their ninth studio album, Let’s Rock, the Black Keys will hit the...
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The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

3 months ago by Olivia McAuley
Juan Wauters, Brooke Candy, Banks more of the best concerts in Miami this week.
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Convicted Venezuelan Official's Palm Beach Estates Go Up for Auction

4 months ago by Manuel Madrid
When the history of Venezuela's ongoing collapse is finally written, entire chapters will be dedicated to the crooks. Swindlers, scoundrels, and sinvergüenzas of all stripes — protected by a wall of state-sanctioned corruption that allowed them to siphon billions of dollars out of the country into private bank accounts around the world.
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Miami Spice 2019: The Six Best Restaurants for Seafood

4 months ago by Juliana Accioly
If you love all things that come in shells and scales, check out these Spice seafood menus before September 30.
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Is a West Palm Beach Doctor Heir to the Indian Throne?

1 year ago by Terence Cantarella
Dr. Lord Lee-Benner has seen the dark side of the Sunshine State: its schizophrenics, neurotics, addicts, depressives, illiterate bipolars, disturbed teens, even psychotic ex-ministers. Many of the indigent patients who come to see him at Community Health Center of West Palm Beach, a nonprofit clinic where he volunteers as a...

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