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The Best of the City
By Riki Altman-Yee, Rebecca Kleinman, Drew Limsky & Luis R. Rigual | January 12, 2016

ART & CULTURE

Center of Attention
When Adrienne Arsht first arrived in Miami two decades ago, she invested in the promise of what...

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Get Out!
By Germaine Benson | January 8, 2016

1. Applause, Applause

At The Filling Station Lofts’ Rooftop Unplugged Sessions, guests are invited to unwind and...

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A Perfect 10!
By Michael Muzquiz | January 7, 2016

It seems The Cleveland Orchestra and opera great Renée Fleming are a pair made in classical music heaven. A recent performance featuring the symphony and the renowned soprano drew rave reviews from The Plain Dealer that praised Music Director Franz...

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Adventurous Moves
By Anetta Nowosielska | January 7, 2016

Actor, dancer and singer Tony Yazbeck is no stranger to Broadway audiences. At it since he was 11, last year he was nominated for a best lead actor Tony Award for his turn in On the Town. This month, he’s paying it forward via his...

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Click
By Michael Muzquiz | January 7, 2016

When
7:04pm
11.27.15

Where
Brickell Key

Sometimes, a picture is worth 1,000 words. Other times, it just wants to fool us. Don’t be misled by the apparent tranquility on this early evening shot taken...

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The Tech Edge
By Nate Chapnick | January 5, 2016

Cutting-edge technology and impressive performance are the main elements in BMW’s redesigned flagship luxury sedan, the 2016 7 Series. The company’s engineers have created a vehicle that’s a...

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Eastern Values
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | January 5, 2016

We dine in politically charged times. Yes, even when it comes to gastronomy, we’re supposed to seek out culture, but not appropriate it; to appreciate diversity, but not bring attention to it; to widen our outlook...

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Holistic Journey
By Anetta Nowosielska | December 30, 2015

Conceived and developed by twin sisters Martha Leticia and Martha Silvia Romero, the new Azul Holistic Spa & Wellness Center at the Hotel Deauville may well be Miami’s most...

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Caribbean Swoon
By Michael McCarthy | December 30, 2015

We’re on the beach dining with a small group, and my wife briefly turns away from a nearby conversation, leans over and kisses me. It’s a quick, passionate strike. There’s meaning behind this rum-punch smooch. Was she caught up in...

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The Next Wave
By Ray Rogers | December 29, 2015

With the poise of a true leading lady, Chloë Grace Moretz has Hollywood taking notice. Still, the glamorous movie star has yet to leave home and remains decidedly young at heart.

In her latest film, the sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave, she takes...

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Inn Crowd
By Ayesha Khan & Michael Muzquiz | December 28, 2015

“Miami is one-stop on what I believe to be an international circuit of beach culture,” explains Jason Pomeranc as he sips an afternoon green tea at the new Nautilus in...

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Waterside Wonder
By Isa Canelle | December 28, 2015

The Miami River has long traversed its historic corridor surrounded by a charming ragtag patchwork of marinas, fishmonger stands and other monuments that nod to its nautical heritage. Most vacant or forlorn, these maritime pillars have made for a stark...

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