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Chef Cachet
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | December 22, 2014

While promoting his TNT show, On the Menu, some weeks back, Emeril Lagasse made headlines when he told journalists: “I can’t charge $300 a person in my restaurant or I would not be in business.” The...

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There’s an App for That!
Germaine Benson | December 19, 2014

1. Just Relax
THE APP Soothe WHAT IT DOES Books a same-day at-home massage with no fuss. HOW IT WORKS Whether interested in a...

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Countdown Chowtime!
Germaine Benson | December 19, 2014

1. New Kid On The Block
The newest addition to Miami’s roster of popular eateries, Tamarina will be celebrating the arrival of 2015 with an...

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Coupe du Jour
Nate Chapnick | December 15, 2014

Many high-performance supercars spend most of their time parked, saddled by inclement weather and overall impracticality. Enter the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC Coupe, a two-door supercar re-envisioning of the maker’s top-of-the-line sedan, to be...

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Holiday Schedule
Germaine Benson | December 14, 2014

1. Classical Flair
A holiday tradition, the Miami City Ballet is bringing George Balanchine’s...

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Ottoman Allure
Ayesha Khan | December 11, 2014

Once a capital of the great Roman Empire and seat of the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul—one of the world’s only cities set on two continents, Asia and Europe—has enchanted visitors for centuries. You can also count present-day intrigue among the...

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Present Tense
Germaine Benson | December 8, 2014

1. Home Run
Finding the perfect present for the host with the most just got easier thanks to the exclusive inventory at Nest Casa. Who would ever be disappointed after...

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Art & The City
Christina Lawrence & Luis R. Rigual | December 5, 2014

THE CONNECTOR
Sara Fitzmaurice makes art happen.

Fitz & Co. President Sara Fitzmaurice is one of those fortunate few who...

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Double Duty
Christina Lawrence | December 5, 2014

Spinello Projects was so named for a reason.

“It’s really an umbrella of sorts,” explains owner and namesake Anthony Spinello. “I approach my gallery and the public art...

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Secret Stash
Riki Altman-Yee | December 5, 2014

Miamians-in-the-know were so tight-lipped about Brooke Soffer’s appointment-only Aventura showroom that one would wonder if they were hiding the whereabouts of the lost city of Paititi. But, just in time for the holiday season, the coordinates of Soffer...

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What's Old Is New
Christina Lawrence | December 5, 2014

Dr. Jill Deupi’s list of credentials is so impressive, it’s downright intimidating, but the newly minted director and chief curator of the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami is anything but. She’s just plain passionate...

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Easy Rider
Carita Rizzo | December 1, 2014

A custom Bratstyle 1976 Honda motorcycle pulls up outside of Foodlab, a gourmet deli in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, making heads turn as its engine loudly revs. Jai Courtney, looking every bit the action hero he portrays on screen, enters the cozy eatery wearing a...

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