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  • 45 Creepy Old Movie Publicity Images
    We dug through the Voice's archives of publicity stills, looking for horror, sci-fi or otherwise weird publicity images from films gone by. Just in time for the Halloween (and horror movie) season, here are our favorites. Some are now strangely funny, while others still maintain some of the...
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  • The Sexiest (and Most Ridiculous) Halloween Costumes of 2012
    The employees of Yandy know all too well that sexy is the Halloween trend of the decade. This year's big sellers: the Sexy Fox, the Sexy Watermelon, the Sexy Hamburger, and new arrivals, "sexy" Bert, Ernie, and Big Bird costumes. Seriously. See Also: - Yandy, Creators of the "Sexy" Sesame...
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  • People of Denver Debate 2012
    On October 3, 2012, President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney took on domestic policy at the first presidential debate before the forthcoming election. Christopher Morgan took these photos at the University of Denver. See also: - Slide show: Denver Debate 2012,...
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  • From Porky's to Panamanian Prison: Web Extra
    Anthony Galeota went from running one of Miami's most infamous and crime-ridden strip clubs to landing in prison in Panama. However, despite his past indiscretions, Goleota says this time he's innocent. "I lived it up in Miami," he says. "Now I'm living in hell." Feature: From Porky's to Hell!
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  • Guess Where We Shot It
    Rare is the show where the various tribes, scenes and cliques come together -- Coachella, maybe -- but it's a also a a joy to see music fans in their own element. Mohawks, raver boots, face paint, handles of vodka and the potent smell of pot: Think you can peg a fan to a band just by looking at...
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  • Closer Look: The Bazaar by José Andrés at SLS Hotel
    Writer Emily Codik was so entranced by the whimsical nature of The Bazaar by José Andrés that she ate the inedible wrapper in the first dish she was serve. Even then, the only visible issue seems to be "the extensiveness of the exciting menu. It would likely take a dozen dinners to sample the...
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  • DJ Seasunz: Murder Ends Miami's All-Ages Club Scene
    Nobody knows exactly why Juan Carlos Portieles, AKA DJ Seasunz, killed his 18-year-old girlfriend Jaclyn Torrealba back on October 11, 2009. All anyone could see was a man who was spiraling out of control, which would eventually lead to the untimely murder of Jaclyn. Read the full story DJ...
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  • More From the Republican National Convention 2012 Tampa at Tampa Bay Times Forum
    The final days of the Republican National Convention in Tampa featured a special -- and bizarre -- appearance by actor-director Clint Eastwood, as well as the formal introduction of the GOP's vice presidential and presidential candidates Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney. Inside the Republican...
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  • Inside the Republican National Convention 2012 at Tampa Bay Times Forum
    While protesters clamored to get their voices heard blocks away from the Tampa Bay Times Forum, inside the Republican National Convention got ready to officially declare Mitt Romney as the presidential nominee for the GOP, hoping to defeat Barack Obama in November's election. Republican...
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  • Republican National Convention 2012 Tampa Day Two
    With a threat of Isaac gone, the second day of the Republican National Convention brought a full day of events inside of the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Outside, protestors, Mitt Romney supports, and disenfranchised Ron Paul devotees came together under the watchful eye of local law enforcement.
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  • Republican National Convention 2012 Tampa Day One: The Protesters
    A small group of protesters convened near the Tampa Bay Times Forum on the first day of the Republican National Convention with little harassment from local law enforcement. With Tropical Storm Isaac just off the coast of Florida, the convention played it safe and cut the first day short. This,...
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  • Remembering Hurricane Andrew
    On August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew hit Miami-Dade as a Category 5 storm. It was the costliest natural disaster to hit the United States, at $26.5 billion, surpassed only by hurricanes Katrina in 2005 and Ike in 2008. Even 20 years later, the scars and memories of Andrew remain with those who...
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