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  • Black, white and redneck: The ballad of Ashmore's Store

    Black, white and redneck: The ballad of Ashmore's Store
    “Ashmore’s Store,” an album of uncommon ambition, is named for a small pharmacy, opened in 1946, that served folks in the black area of Tallahassee called Frenchtown, where a teenage Michael Koppy developed his music and the courage to...
  • Weekend preview: Model behavior, pirate booty and a Ford Mustang

    Weekend preview: Model behavior, pirate booty and a Ford Mustang
    Andrea Ocampo Haley is a model and actress, a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and an arena host for the Florida Panthers, who flipped that fame into a role as entertainment reporter for CNN En Español. It goes without saying that the Delray Beach...
  • 'Canes to host NCAA regional, Carey an All-Tourney pick

    Miami’s streak of consecutive postseason appearances continues. For a record 42nd straight year, the Hurricanes have earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament and Sunday night, Miami was named one of 16 host sites for a baseball regional. It’s...
  • NCAA Baseball Tournament field announced, Miami, Florida on collision course

    NCAA Baseball Tournament field announced, Miami, Florida on collision course
    CORAL GABLES The University of Miami baseball team found out Sunday night that they’ll host their 25th NCAA Baseball Tournament Regional this weekend — on Monday, the Hurricanes found out they'll face off with Bethune-Cookman, Columbia...
  • Get thee to the cattery

    Get thee to the cattery
    Before beginning her series of Dead-End mysteries, Fort Lauderdale author Elaine Viets adopted a ritual in which, for research purposes, she would work the same unglamorous, minimum-wage job as the book's private-eye heroine, Helen Hawthorne. Along with...
  • Dining scene: From cheese logs to chicken drums

    Dining scene: From cheese logs to chicken drums
    Château D'vine 2430 NE 13th Ave., Wilton Manors, 561-584-0179, Eucalyptus-Gardens.com Owner Danielle Perry's interest in wines piqued when she was a server and bartender at Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. That seed has led to her debut of a wine and...
  • Authors from Orlando's ambitious Burrow Press visit Miami

    Authors from Orlando's ambitious Burrow Press visit Miami
    In "Princess of Pop," a short story by the Central Florida writer Vanessa Blakeslee, a young singer checks into a hotel in Los Angeles, the same one in which Janis Joplin died in 1970. The unnamed woman has brought along an iPod, a copy of "A...
  • Havana in black and white

    Havana in black and white
    Every image in Ramiro Fernandez’s new book of photographs is a postcard to pre-Castro Cuba — an exotic Havana in black and white where a young Desi Arnaz attended a soapbox derby, street performers spat plumes of fire, and exotic racecars...
  • A writer, a runner, a journey

    A writer, a runner, a journey
    He was disappointing his father, second-guessing his divorce and practicing slothful habits in Miami. So writer Robert Andrew Powell sold everything, moved to Boulder, Colo., and laced up his running shoes. The result: a developed taste for running...
  • BOOKS

    BOOKS
    Ramiro Fernandez and Richard Blanco: Found in Fernandez’s book of pre-Castro Cuba photography, “Cuba Then,” are glimpses of a bygone Havana at its most exotic: Fire-breathing performers astound passersby in the street, racecar drivers...
  • Mozart in Miami

    Mozart in Miami
    Mainly Mozart Festival: Organizers are scraping together the Viennese composer's many string quartets, quintets and sonatas for the 21st edition of this two-month festival, set to occupy several Miami-Dade venues between Sunday and June 22. Up first for...