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A Reporter’s First-Person Experience In Egypt

CAIRO – Student interns Andrew Daniel, Rahul Solanki, Vijal Gala and Rishi Garg (from left to right) talk to an Egyptian man (center) who shares his view on Islam and gives free booklets about his religion. Students were visiting The Citadel, a medieval Islamic fortification that overlooks the entire city.  By Constanza Gallardo/South Florida News Service.   By Constanza Gallardo South Florida News Service  Today’s media fails to ...

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Pulitzer-Winning ‘Rabbit Hole’ Coming To Main Street Players Theater

Jennipher Murphy (left), 36, Alvaro Becerra, 32, Joshua Hernandez, 18, Marilyn Gresh, 57, and Brianna Mackey, Brianna Mackey (right), 26, rehearse a scene as they prepare for the upcoming premiere. Michael Sharp/South Florida News Service.       By Michael Sharp Read in The Miami Herald The 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Rabbit Holeis premiering Friday at the Main Street Players Community Theater ...

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New Wynwood Venue Opens Doors Its For The Arts

Brigette Cormier, 24 and Juliana Triviño, 24, perform one of their choreographed contemporary dances at the 276 Art Studio during a recent show. Photo by Amanda Perrin / South Florida News Service         By Amanda Perrin Read in The Miami Herald After breaking up with his former band, The Midnight Hour, in December, Cory Antwan Ferguson rounded ...

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‘Speak Fridays’ Offer Venue For Live Music, Comedy — Even Painting

Forrest Shaw performs his standup comedy during Speak! Fridays at Inner Look located at 4925 SW 74th Court in South Miami on April 19, 2013. The open mic nights provide an outlet of self expression for stand up comedians, musicians, spoken-word artists, dancers, and actors. Max Reed / For The Miami Herald     By Amanda Perrin Read in The ...

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Bicyles Plus Alice In Wonderland Equals A Wide Ride

Front Yard Theatre Collective members Gabriela Fernandez, left, and Diane Garcia rehearse their parts as Alice and the Queen, respectively, for their upcoming “Alice in Wynwoodland” theatrical-bike tour, Sunday, April 21, 2013, in Miami. The ride takes place on Saturday at 6 p.m., starting from the Omni Metromover station. Daniel Bock / The Miami Herald     By Jessica Roiz ...

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Kids Can Dress Like Storybook Characters For Parade

By Lourdes Dominguez Read in The Miami Herald A few times a week, Sofia Beatriz Vizcarra, 8, visits the Miami-Dade County Public Library branch in Kendall to read fairy tales. But this Saturday, she will become a princess. “My favorite books are princess stories,” said Vizcarra, who will dress-up as a princess for the first Miami-Dade Public Library’s Art of ...

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For Opera Singers, Performing Is An All-consuming Passion

Opera singer Lloyd Reshard Jr., right, rehearses the religious piece “Ave Maria” with the choir of St. Dominic Catholic Church for the bilingual mass on March 30 in Miami. Jeronimo Boza / South Florida News Service       By Jeronimo Boza Read in The Miami Herald It was a cold and cloudy day in 2005, and Lloyd Reshard Jr.’s ...

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Sunny Isles, FIU Team Up To Elevate Classical Music

FIU School of Music students played at the Four Seasons Concert Series opening performance for the 2012-2013 season. The FIU Symphony Orchestra was led by Maestro Grzegorz Nowak at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 17, 2012 in Heritage Park, located at 19200 Collins Avenue in the City of Sunny Isles Beach. Sunny Isles Beach / Michael Tribby / The Miami Herald ...

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Pub Crawl To Mix Bicycling And Beer

Gramps bar in Wynwood is one of the stops on the Beer Snob Bicycle Pub Crawl. Photo by Ricardo Mor / For The Miami Herald           By Krysten Medina Read in The Miami Herald Choosing a beer used to be simple, but with all the selection today, it’s hard to know where to find the best ...

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Kids Corner

Kids Corner Uses Art To Open World To Students

Charles Anthony Leano, artist, guiding the children of the center, Kids Corner, through the first step of his ‘dripping style’ technique. Photo by Jeronimo Boza / South Florida News Service       By Jeronimo Boza Read in The Miami Herald Claudia Vallejos, 36, a divorced mother of two, used to describe her 5-year-old son as a lonely child, with very ...

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