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5 Delectable Doughnuts
By Germaine Benson | May 26, 2016

1. Fair is Fair
There’s only one reason to attend carnivals and county fairs: the deliciously fatty treats. Donut Divas & Fun Foods ups the...

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5 Stellar Staycations!
By Germaine Benson | May 20, 2016

1. Beach Bound
1 Hotel South Beach is giving Florida residents a break this summer by offering a sweet deal on suites: 20 percent off on...

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5 Places to Get Your Zen On
By Germaine Benson | May 12, 2016

1. Underground and Around
As Miami’s first underground meditation experience, The 7 is an invite-only exercise in relaxation created by Green Monkey founder Myk Likhov. Held at various venues...

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Well and Good
By Riki Altman-Yee & Luis R. Rigual | May 5, 2016

HEALTH & WELLNESS

You Are What You Eat
When it comes to clean consumption, seek out the small sorority well schooled in the art of healthful living. Giselle Orentas, the founder of...

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High Notes
By Luis R. Rigual | May 4, 2016

Considering the Broadway original garnered two Tonys, three Drama Desks, two Laurence Oliviers and one Grammy, the touring production of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical has a great deal riding on it, and much of that rests on the shoulders of its leading...

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5 Burgers to Bite Into!
By Germaine Benson | May 4, 2016

1. Wagyu Wonder
Wynwood gastropub Beaker & Gray is bringing on the beef this May with its Wagyu Burger ($16), which is served with...

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Top of the Class
By Nate Chapnick | May 4, 2016

Exotic Convertible: Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
The key fob is made of crystal; its body panels are crafted of advanced lightweight carbon fiber; and its powerful brakes are rendered in carbon ceramic. The hand-built 2016...

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2016 Salon & Stylist Awards
By Nila Do Simon | May 3, 2016

BEST BARBERING SERVICES
Junior & Hatter
While plenty of women walk through its doors, J&H has become a guys’...

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Island Interests
By Drew Limsky | May 3, 2016

“Cuba has [everlasting] appeal,” says Vicki Gold Levi. “[It’s] like you’re stepping into a film noir.” She would know. The author of Cuba Style: Graphics from the Golden Age of Design ($25, Princeton Architectural...

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Green Light
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | April 29, 2016

Miami diners, adjust your expectations. Chef, restaurateur and raw cuisine advocate Matthew Kenney, who spent three years participating in festivals, researching the local market and developing a space in Wynwood, has finally...

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Inn Touch
By Riki Altman-Yee | April 28, 2016

Born, raised and educated in Ireland, Patrick Goddard clearly recalls why he moved to the States after graduating with a degree in hotel management from the Dublin Institute of Technology: “One morning, it was 5am and the rain was coming in sideways as I...

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Checking In
Produced by Beth Weitzman | April 28, 2016

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Quiet Side
More than 2,000 acres of lush jungle meet the golden sand and aquamarine sea at Playa Grande on the secluded north coast of the Dominican Republic. A clifftop at this remote location is...

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