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It's been two years since we last attended Tour of Kitchens, the annual event by the Coral Gables Community Foundation that lets you snoop around some of the...
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i ran into my girl Karli Evans at the Women's March on Miami and she hooked it up with these amazing photos that captured the spirit and power...
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phuc Yea hit the spot. It was a Friday night, around 9:30, we still had no plans and everyone was down to try something new. We called Phuc...
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parrots. Watermelon. Flowers. YELLOW LACE. Hello Dolce Gabbana dream dress! GET IN MY CLOSET.  via moda operandi...
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they say having living things around you makes you happier. That means lots of drives down to Isaac Farms in Homestead on Sunday mornings in 2017.  ...
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Zak The Baker, the esteemed house of all things baked, has expanded. The original space is now a deli and the new, larger space is wholly dedicated to...
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Currently obsessed with whatever zoning they've got going on in Santa Barbara. All the buildings are a nice, consistent shade of white with variety in detailing that really...
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I was at a Black Magic themed party the night, or really, the morning Fidel Castro died. The magic was strong. Just a few minutes after the BBC...
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there are signs all over the restaurant that say photography is prohibited, but the secret of Sushi Deli, the tiny counter and few tables in the Japanese Market...
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luminaire's 15,000 foot flagship store in Coral Gables is kind of tucked away. Yes, I said 15,000 square foot. But if you're walked the Gables more than a million...