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    Best Happy Hour - Max's Grille

    An embarrassment of post-workday riches: 3-for-1 drinks from 5 p.m. to closing, seven days a week. This warrants exploration. You walk into Max's and say, "Whiskey-ginger ale," and minutes later there is a trinity of golden W-GAs before you. The ta...

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    Best Bar on the Water - Le Tub

    The sky is heavy and gray. A soft rain falls. You're sitting on a dock built by hand in the 1970s from bits and pieces of other people's Hollywood Beach docks, at a table fashioned from a big hunk of flotsam that washed up here too. Russell Kohuth's...

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    Best Name Change - The Factory (formerly the Metal Factory)

    As anachronisms go, Fort Lauderdale's headbanging club the Metal Factory was blissfully unaware of its dinosaur status. The chrome- and mirror-filled establishment and its throwback wait staff eventually got tired of the guffaws and smirks and outri...

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    Best Venue for Local Acts - Dada

    The excitement of watching a live band tear it up in someone's cozy living room is usually isolated to hazy, half-remembered high-school nostalgia. But the owners of Dada, a renovated quasi-Victorian home that serves as a restaurant/bar/performance ...

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    Best Dive - Geni-Lee's Saloon/Package Store

    ber-regulars set this joint apart from your usual hole-in-the-wall. (That and the fact that the place doesn't have a phone.) The faithful patrons of Geni-Lee's perch upon their barstools like moss on gravestones. They aren't even aware that the dri...

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    Best Neighborhood Bar in East Broward - Coconuts

    A neighborhood joint on A1A in Fort Lauderdale may seem like an oxymoron, but the section that draws crowds from all around the area can be said to stop at Pusser's Rum, the south end of the beach strip. Beyond that stretches a line of hotels, conve...

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    Best Neighborhood Bar in West Broward - Jacaranda Bar & Grill

    It's blinding bright outside, but inside the Bar & Grill, a soothing darkness rests the eyes and welcomes the world-weary. The walls are painted a clubby forest green. Three television sets are tuned to sports news, sound off. During football season...

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    Best Neighborhood Bar in Palm Beach - Surf Caf

    Having celebrated its fifth anniversary in April, this joint rocks on. With its funky, Hawaiian-themed dcor -- surfboards on the walls and television sets showing big-wave videos on a loop -- the Surf Caf seems the perfect spot to hang ten -- or j...

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    Best Bar Band - The Avenging Lawnmowers of Justice

    The Avenging Lawnmowers of Justice's succinct, silly, and unimaginably catchy songs (about worms, weirdos, weed, unpaid bills, alien abduction, and other important concerns) have been collected on a self-titled disc and another, soon-to-be-released o...

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    Best Bartender - Ty Fenton

    The bar scene in South Florida leaves much to be desired. You spend the entire night competing for the attention of the harried bartender. You repeat the mantra, "Make eye contact, make eye contact, and maybe he'll notice me," but to no avail. By ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    Best Sports Bar - Arena Sports Bar

    The key to a great sports bar is televisions. They must be legion -- a whole array of boob tubes should be scattered throughout the place so that at any moment, all one has to do to check the score is look up from the beer bottles and hot wings stre...

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    Best Place to Humiliate a Date - Slattery's Irish Restaurant & Public House

    Slattery's, a tiny, dark watering hole where only the Irish dare go, can make winners feel like losers. At least, that's one possible outcome if you enter the bar on a Wednesday night for Slattery's "Alternative Pub Quiz." The proprietors promise fu...

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    Best Book by a Local Author - Orchid Blues by Stuart Woods

    Vero Beach's answer to James Patterson, Woods has written another punchy, charming mystery featuring the recurring character of police chief Holly Barker. This time, she is joined by her father, Ham, as they go deep undercover to infiltrate a cult o...

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    Best Radio Station - 90.9 FM

    Those who dare upset the status quo can be dangerous (like those death-defying drivers on Interstate 95) or they can be entertaining and basically harmless, like the illegal pirate station 90.9-FM, which has shoehorned itself into a spot on the dial....

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    Best Radio Station to Disappear in the Past 12 Months - Classical WTMI-FM (93.1)

    Upper-crust audiophiles in South Florida moaned December 31 when WTMI shed its 30-year tradition of playing classical music in favor of a format that caters to the younger techno-dance crowd. It morphed into "Party 93" as executives explained that c...

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    Best Kids' Thrill(s) - Calypso Bay Waterpark

    If you're a kid, nothing is better than going to a playground. "No, Mom, a swimming pool." "No, Junior, a playground." "No, Mom, a swimming pool." "No, Junior, A PLAYGROUND!!" All right. All right. Enough with the family disputation. Thank...

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    Best Cheap Thrill - Canoeing on the ocean

    You can see them each sunny Wednesday evening and Saturday morning on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Six intrepid paddlers push a Hawaiian-style outrigger canoe into the surf and paddle off. Sometimes they hug the shoreline; sometimes they head toward the h...

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    Best Not-So-Cheap Thrill - Moroso Motorsports Park

    Imagine: A day at the races, but with you and up to nine of your closest -- or loopiest -- friends as the drivers. This dream can become reality at Moroso Motorsports Park, which is available for private rentals. But you'll pay dearly for the privil...

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    Best Festival - Hatsume Fair at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

    Built on the site of a long-defunct Japanese agricultural colony, this now-25-year-old tribute to Japanese culture continues to thrive in its unlikely South Florida locale. Perhaps the best expression of its Japanophilia are the numerous festivals i...

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    Best Solo Musician - Fabio Zini

    Harvard Square in Boston. Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. Greenwich Village's Washington Square Park. These are places to find street musicians who rock. Not SoFla. Or at least that's what we thought before running into 33-year-old Argentine guitarist...

    on May 16, 2002
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