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FIU Students Make Wine & Food Festival Work

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If Sunday was any indication of how well the South Beach Wine & Food Festival did, then it was a resounding success. Tons of humans tore through hundreds of thousands of portions of grub and massive amounts of alcohol, grape-based and otherwise. Celebrity chefs led cooking demos, signed books, worked events throughout the city, and reveled in their rock-star status. But the real stars of the show were the FIU students who made it all happen. From logistics to execution, the FIU kids involved with the event were an integral, unpaid element to the success of the event. Here are two of their stories...

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