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A Story Told in Fragments

A Story Told in Fragments

A city as young as Miami Beach isn’t supposed to have many ruins, but some of our region’s most interesting buildings are fragments of structures whose multi-layered history tells a lot about the growth and change of the metropolis. The strange concrete cylinder in Collins Park is a great example. ...

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Arts and Culture: GOOD THINGS

Arts & Culture: GOOD THINGS

Dear friends, As we spring forward to 2014, it’s fitting that we kick off the first Arts and Culture edition during this season for growth. From us to you, we’re excited to share Good Things from each of our regular contributors. Returning for a second time is Seth Bramson, Miami ...

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Dry de Luxe is Blowing Out a New Niche

Dry de Luxe is Blowing Out a New Niche

Dry de Luxe tabs itself “Florida’s premier elite blowdry lounge”. Certainly, it’s not the first…so we wanted to find out how its’ different from the current salons and few blowdry bars already present in the Miami area. We asked Founder and Master Stylist, Fallon Fitzgerald, a 20 year industry veteran: ...

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Student Spotlight – Alec J. Goldberg

Student Spotlight - Alec J. Goldberg

Congratulations to Alec J. Goldberg, a Junior from Miami Beach Senior High School for his recent academic successes. Goldberg was selected as one of the winners of M-DCPS’s 2014 Black History Essay contest for his piece on Richard Sherman, from the Seattle Seahawks. He won 1st place out of all ...

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