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Cannes Class of 2008

7 years ago by J. Hoberman
CANNES, France—Wading through 20-odd movies in half as many languages, each Cannes jury supplies its own dramatic narrative, to be interpreted according to its president's presumed taste. Days before the 61st Cannes Film Festival ended, rumors were rife that the jury was having difficulties reaching consensus. As the award ceremony...
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Ten Best French Restaurants in Palm Beach and Broward Counties

1 year ago by Sara Ventiera
Few countries have culinary traditions as rigorous as the French. While the cuisine was influenced by the Italians during the Renaissance, during the 17th century chefs like François Pierre La Varenne and Marie-Antoine Carême took the basics and pioneered movements that would create a unique national cuisine of their own...
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Naked Chef to Headline 2008 Wine & Food Fest

8 years ago by Frank Houston
Hot off the presses, a New Times exclusive: The Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival is set to announce that its 2008 honorees will be internationally renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and the buoyant British chef Jamie Oliver. The former will be feted at the Tribute Dinner on February...
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The Ten Best Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

2 years ago by Sara Ventiera
Fort Lauderdale isn't as flashy as Miami nor as food-driven as Delray. And it's not as wealthy as Palm Beach. We have no trendy fried chicken joints like South Beach's Yardbird Southern Table & Bar nor recently nominated James Beard semifinalists like Clay Conley chef/partner of "the island's" Buccan. What...
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Ten Best Restaurants in Boca Raton

2 years ago by Sara Ventiera
UPDATE: Interested in the best of Boca's culinary scene? Then after you're done with this list, head over to our most recent list of the ten best new restaurants in Boca Raton. When it comes to restaurants, everyone has a different perspective. Some fancy traditional, Old World cuisine. Others like...
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