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Miami New Drama Presents The Golem of Havana | Miami New Times
Jan12

Miami New Drama Presents The Golem of Havana | Miami New Times

Miami New Drama steps onto the Miami theater scene with a bold production of “The Golem of Havana.” opening this weekend at the area’s newest theater company, Miami New Drama, is decidedly not humble. It’s an ambitious, budget-busting musical, with full, live orchestration and a cast of 12. The setting shifts from 1950s Cuba on the brink of revolution to 1940s Hungary on the precipice of the Nazi juggernaut....

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Kendall man works with Cuban government to build public skatepark in Havana | Miami Herald
Nov03

Kendall man works with Cuban government to build public skatepark in Havana | Miami Herald

More than a month before Secretary of State John Kerry presided over a flag-raising ceremony in Havana, two men carrying U.S. and Cuban flags rapidly skated down the Malecon, followed by more than 100 other skateboarders. Rene Lecour, 47, of Kendall, organized Havana skaters on June 21 to celebrate International Go Skateboarding Day. At the time, he told his wife he feared being arrested, but that didn’t happen. The 11-mile Cuban...

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Embracing the Spectacle in South Beach, Florida|Houstonia
Sep29

Embracing the Spectacle in South Beach, Florida|Houstonia

IT WASN’T UNTIL THE EVENING OF MY FIRST DAY—while sitting in a bar in the impossibly swank Ritz-Carlton lobby—that I finally figured South Beach out. Until then, I’d thought that subset of Miami was only a paradise of people-watching—of hotties in barely-there swimwear, of glamorous types sleeping off hangovers under pastel umbrellas, of visitors of unknown origin dancing to oonce-oonce music. I thought it was a place to gaze at all...

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Azucar Ice Cream, Latin House to Open Near FIU | Miami New Times
Sep28

Azucar Ice Cream, Latin House to Open Near FIU | Miami New Times

It’s fitting that Azucar Ice Cream Company’s second store would be close to SW Eighth Street, where the original opened in 2011. Since then, it has cemented its position as Miami’s favorite place for ice cream and has become a can’t-miss tourist stop alongside the Tower Theater and Domino Park. Source:...

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Music unites and brings together all Cubans, from Havana to Miami | Miami Herald
Sep25

Music unites and brings together all Cubans, from Havana to Miami | Miami Herald

Reflecting on the theme “Havana, Miami and Music,” four Cuban photographers are exhibiting their work at Havana 305, a music club in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana. Source:...

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School of Architecture honored for serving Little Havana
Sep25

School of Architecture honored for serving Little Havana

The City of Miami celebrated “Rodolphe El-Khoury Day” to acknowledge the achievements of the University of Miami’s School of Architecture on Thursday, Sept. 24. The day’s namesake, the dean o… Source:...

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