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Garlic Fest

Fest’s Cooking Competition Highlights Garlic, Chefs

Visitors line up for food vendors during the Garlic Fest in downtown Delray Beach Sunday. Photo by Palm Beach Post / Richard Graulich         By Hayat Penalver South Florida News Service Read in The Palm Beach Post Nicknamed “The Best Stinking Party in Town,” the 14th Annual Garlic Festival is coming back to downtown Delray Beach. The ...

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The Misfits

Brew Fest Highlights Home-made Cervezas

Misfit beer-brewing-club members, from left, Piero Rodriguez, Robert Tejon, Neftali “Nifty” Medina, and Jorge Garcia pose with fermenters containing the home brews they plan to showcase at the upcoming Beach Brews Beer Fest.  PHOTO BY DANIEL BOCK / For The Miami Herald     By Genesis Viera Read in The Miami Herald When Jorge Garcia, 28, received a Mr. Beer ...

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Open Mic

One Struggle’s Open Mic Night Encourages Political Views

The band Unity Rise continue to perform in the parking lot of Undergrounds Coffeehaus after the Progressive Open Mic & Arts Night was over. PHOTO BY BARBARA CORBELLINI DUARTE         By Barbara Corbellini Duarte and Brittny Valdes Read in The Miami Herald & The Sun-Sentinel It was Roy Fischler’s first time as a comedian on stage. He was ...

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Inspiration Fuels Kendall Woman’s ‘Pure Of Heart’ Clothing Line

Seamstresses Maria Gilma Betancourt, left, and Maria Caridad Reyes work on pieces for the Pure of Heart eco-friendly clothing line at the KaoKao fashion studio in Doral, Monday, Dec. 10. Designed by Daniela Garcia the line is made of Tencel, a fiber spun from dissolved wood pulp. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD     By Jessica Roig and ...

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PHOTO BY OLGA NICOLE CASTRO/SFNS

Device Illuminates A Nighttime Paddle Boarding Experience

  Avid paddlers and first-time paddleboarders gather at Green Fish Grill to enjoy the night with the NightSUP. PHOTO BY OLGA NICOLE CASTRO/SFNS STAFF         By Olga Nicole Castro Read in the Sun Sentinel At least twice a month, Charles Nicotra drives to Green Fish Grill on Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale, the departure point for paddleboarding fanatics and ...

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DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Upscale Soul Food — Minus The Pork

A view of the dining room at South Street soul-food restaurant and bar, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, in Design District. The restaurant is located at 4000 NE 2nd Ave. and features southern-style cooking, two bars, and a lounge area. Live music will soon be offered. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD     By Michae Baisden Read in The ...

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Jonathan Malkin from Fort Lauderdale takes a quick peek under his mask as he cuts into his beef slider during dinner for Lights Out, in which diners wearblindfolds to raise awareness about visual disabilities at Dapur Asian Tapas & Lounge, 1620 N. Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale. The next dinner will be at Red, The Steakhouse, on Oct. 24th. CHRIS CUTRO / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Dining With Blindfolds Raises Awareness of Disabled Community

Jonathan Malkin from Fort Lauderdale takes a quick peek under his mask as he cuts into his beef slider during dinner for Lights Out, in which diners wearblindfolds to raise awareness about visual disabilities at Dapur Asian Tapas & Lounge, 1620 N. Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale. The next dinner will be at Red, The Steakhouse, on Oct. 24th. CHRIS CUTRO ...

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Samba instructor Bianca Christopher leads a free class at Boteco off the 79th Street Causeway on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. The free class takes place every Monday at the Brazilian restaurant and bar. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Dancing To The Brazilian Beat At Boteco

  Samba instructor Bianca Christopher leads a free class at Boteco off the 79th Street Causeway on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. The free class takes place every Monday at the Brazilian restaurant and bar. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD     By Larissa Piazzi Read in The Miami Herald Giselle Barroso is originally from Costa Rica, but it’s not a ...

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HAYAT PENALVER/SFNS

Residents Find Mobility on Two Wheels In Miami Beach

By Hayat Penvalver Video by Hayat Penalver and Julissa Albuquerque Sabrina Antonelli, a 26-year-old Miami Beach resident, often leaves her apartment at Alton Road and walks to the nearest Deco Bike station at Alton Road and 15th St., where she rents a bike for $5 per hour and starts running her daily errands. “Living here, I have everything I need ...

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DANIEL BOCK/ FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Book-Trading Event Returns to Wynwood

Traveling-book traders Nathaniel Sandler, left, and David Gonzalez with some of the books they have available at Lester’s café and bar in Wynwood, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. They will return at 7 p.m. to the café, 2519 NW 2nd Ave. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD     By Jessica Roiz Read in The Miami Herald Frances Smith picked up ...

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