October 25 to November 1

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October 25 Books Bunny Yeager's Darkroom Meet the legendary Bunny Yeager, focus of Bunny Yeager's Darkroom (Rizzoli, $60). The only woman pin-up … [Read more...]

Dance: The Sensual, Erotic Moves of Miami City Ballet

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Miami City Ballet inaugurated its new season with works that underscore the company’s profound and diverse dramatic range. The program also ushered … [Read more...]

News Briefs: Robbery of Chase Bank Branch in Miami Beach

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MIAMI BEACH The FBI has released photographs (right) from a bank robbery that took place on October 17, 2012, at approximately 8:50 a.m. at the Chase … [Read more...]

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Is the Recession Over? Miami’s Developers Like Jorge Perez Say Yes, and Are Throwing the Lavish Parties to Prove it Jorge Perez is a household name … [Read more...]

News Briefs: Miami-Dade Should Expect Future Flooding

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MIAMI BEACH  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Tides and Currents data predicts that the South East Florida Region will … [Read more...]

News: Vote Miami Beach

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A special election will be held in Miami Beach on four questions. An election guide is available to help explain the questions. Early voting begins … [Read more...]

Green: Ecomb Kicks-Off the Environmental Film Festival

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Last Monday, October 15th, ECOMB kicked-off the Second Annual Miami & the Beaches Environmental Film Festival at Piola, Miami Beach. The event was … [Read more...]

News: MDC Unveils Sculpture in Honor of Operation Pedro Pan

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Miami Dade College and its Museum of Art + Design today dedicated The Tower of Snow just outside MDC’s Freedom Tower. This is a large-scale bronze … [Read more...]

Dance: Haitian Dance and Diplomacy on Stage

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By Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie, artburstmiami.com Like so much else when it comes to Haiti, clichés abound in our perceptions of its arts and culture. … [Read more...]