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By Michael Muzquiz | November 19, 2015


South Pointe Park, Miami Beach

We know exactly how Cynthia Lagos feels in this photograph. And, considering that this is the month when being grateful becomes a priority in our...

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A Legacy of Style
By Riki Altman-Yee | November 19, 2015

“I always had a very clear vision of exactly what I wanted,” says Stanley Whitman, the nonagenarian who envisioned and founded the now world-famous Bal Harbour Shops in 1965....

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Free Spirit
By Stacey Rene Russell | November 19, 2015

Are you aware that you’re coming back to South Florida exactly a year to the day you last performed here?
[laughs] That’s some good research! I guess South Florida is lucky for me.

This time around you...

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Poised to Pounce
By Nate Chapnick | November 19, 2015

Jaguar is flexing its muscle. In the last year, the British brand has invested some $5 billion in research and development and in its manufacturing facilities. The fruits of these investments are seen in Jaguar’s reinvigorated lineup—the...

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Feast On!
By Germaine Benson | November 18, 2015

1. Classically Trained
As a local landmark, The Forge has been a sought-after Thanksgiving dinner destination for decades and this year is no different. The restaurant will...

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Global Momentum
Jen Karetnick | Photography by Michael Pisarri | November 16, 2015

When partners Leopoldo Monterrey, Javier Ramirez and chef Bradley Kilgore (formerly of Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s J&G Grill at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort) decided to name their new venture...

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Spirit of Giving
By Christina Lawrence & Luis R. Rigual | November 16, 2015

Girl on fire is a rather apt—and often-used phrase—to describe Stephanie Sayfie Aagaard. She has to be, to keep up with her manic life and multiple roles: wife;...

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Power Hour
By Germaine Benson | November 16, 2015

1. Fusion Forward
THE SPOT As a hub for Japanese cuisine with Latin American twists, Doraku offers an authentic blending of East-meets-West flavors and...

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Speaking Volumes
By Germaine Benson | November 9, 2015

1. Grand Central
One of the few remainder brick-and-mortar venues of its kind, the two-story Barnes & Noble in...

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Exploration & Inspiration
By Riki Altman-Yee | November 4, 2015

Five years ago, Jennifer Grace was teaching an eight-week program called Creative Insight Journey (based on Stanford University teachings) to individuals seeking clarity and direction in their lives, when one of her students...

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La Dolce Vita
By Laura Eckstein Jones | November 3, 2015

Prior to embarking on our first transatlantic trip together, my husband and I had a series of negotiations before we determined where to go. Finally, we were able to agree on a few musts: a beautiful place to relax; a place where we could explore...

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Moore Amore
By Ray Rogers | October 30, 2015

“I’m starving!” exclaims Julianne Moore after a late morning yoga session as she settles in at her favorite table in a West Village eatery, menu in hand. “I don’t even know why I’m looking. I know what I’m going to eat....

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