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Waterside Wonder
By Isa Canelle | December 28, 2015

The Miami River has long traversed its historic corridor surrounded by a charming ragtag patchwork of marinas, fishmonger stands and other monuments that nod to its nautical heritage. Most vacant or forlorn, these maritime pillars have made for a stark...

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By Michael Muzquiz | December 28, 2015

When
6:53pm
9.4.15

Where
Venetian Islands, Miami Beach

The phrase bon voyage can’t help but come into mind when we look at this postcard-perfect moment captured by Manuel Mazzanti from his balcony...

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The Lexus Leap
By Nate Chapnick | December 28, 2015

With the average age of its customers among the oldest of any automaker, Lexus is courting younger buyers in an effort to keep their brand relevant. The exuberant 2016 RC F sport coupe is just what the...

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La Dolce Vita
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | December 23, 2015

Casa Casuarina, or the Versace Mansion as it’s still known by many, has been an iconic landmark of South Beach for as long as we can remember. In recent years, however, the glamorous beachfront palazzo had largely...

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Countdown Throwdown!
Germaine Benson | December 18, 2015

Rhythm City
El Tucan is spicing up New Year’s Eve with a special dinner-and-a-show extravaganza featuring the El Tropicana de Cuba dancers, who have not performed in Miami in 32 years. As the...

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The Gift Grind
Germaine Benson | December 15, 2015

For the Person Who Has Everything
Babalú is a pint-sized gift shop that packs a punch. Don’t let the small square footage fool you; this charming kiosk carries an impressive inventory of specialty fragrances and lifestyle...

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Holiday Feasts
Germaine Benson | December 11, 2015

Blue Holiday
On Christmas Eve, Azul is pulling out all the stops to provide a five-star meal for those who rather indulge than cook. Highlights in the five-course menu include beef tartare, sea scallops, suckling pig and a chocolate...

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Art & the City
By Riki Altman-Yee & Luis R. Rigual | December 7, 2015

Franklin Sirmans
THE NEWCOMER
There’s no doubt the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is still mourning the departure of its contemporary art department head and curator, Franklin Sirmans...

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Limited-Time Delights!
By Germaine Benson | December 7, 2015

1. Spanish Flair
Spanish food lovers, rejoice! A replica of Madrid’s historic market, La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel has made its way to Miami with 9,000 square feet of Iberian favorites....

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Raring to Go!
By Drew Limsky | December 3, 2015

“When I heard that the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami was looking for a new director, I was immediately interested in the position,” admits Ellen Salpeter. “I have lived in South Florida in...

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Enchanted England
By Becca Hensley | December 3, 2015

In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, a young boy wins a golden ticket that leads him on an enchanted journey with Willy Wonka. Now a popular musical drawing crowds in London’s West End, the story—flooded with...

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A Star Named Gugu
By Ray Rogers | December 1, 2015

She’s still relatively unknown in the United States, but just wait. British screen and stage actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw is about to become a household name. Following last year’s one-two punch of critically acclaimed roles—she played the...

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