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As Cuban Embargo Fizzles, the Battle for the Cigar Industry Smolders

2 months ago by Michael E. Miller
True to its name, Nicaragua's Puro Humo cigar festival is hazy as hell. The smoke is thick enough to slice. Flames flicker and fade in the darkness. Figures drift through the fumes. Grinning businessmen gnaw on smoldering cigars. Bow-tied waiters scurry in the half-light. And beautiful women in sequined dresses...
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MasterMinds 2014

1 year ago by New Times Staff
A stage visionary redefines the way South Florida sees theater. A thrift-shop connoisseur turns his love of collecting into an art career. A musician describes himself as "half Cuban Native Indian, half German Anunnaki wolf." You can say a lot of things about 2014's MasterMind Award finalists, but you can't...
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Ten Best Labor Day Parties of 2014

7 months ago by Natalya Jones
On Labor Day, we enjoy the fruits of our labors and, well, the fruits of others' as well. Although it's considered a day to rest, it's also one of the finest party weekends of the year. You can get shitfaced Sunday without the risk of flaunting nasty bloodshot eyes all...
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Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival

1 year ago by Stephanie Zacharek
Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie trade magazines. But every morning at any of these festivals, including Berlin, most critics I know – and probably plenty of industry people, too – turn to...
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Ten Best Ice Cream Shops in Broward and Palm Beach

2 years ago by Nicole Danna
South Florida, we know heat -- and we know how to beat it. Between air conditioning, swimming pools, a dip in the ocean and all these damn ice cream and serve-yourself fro-yo shops, we've got summer meltdowns covered. But enough with the trendy, soft-serve yogurt. When you want the real...
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