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Meet 3 Of The Dynamic Duos Behind Some Of Miami’s Top Restaurants

The couples running some of Miami’s most popular new restaurants prove that too many cooks in the kitchen may not be a bad thing after all. What’s their secret recipe? Attention to detail, clearly outlined roles and plenty of respect. The Romantics WHO Valentina Imbrenda and Giancarlo “Wendy” Cacciatori THE RESTAURANTS Cacciatori opened Via Emilia 9 in Miami Beach in 2014 and Imbrenda began frequenting the restaurant and soon caught his eye. After dating for a month, Cacciatori asked Imbrenda to come work at Via Emilia…

Meet The New Face Of Tra Publishing, Ilona Oppenheim

Book lover Ilona Oppenheim leads Tra Publishing into a new and exciting chapter. In Norwegian Wood, bestselling author Haruki Murakami writes, “If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.” Fans of Tra Publishing (trapublishing.com) would likely agree, yet their appreciation for the brand’s extraordinary volumes relates to much more than merely words on pages, which is just what founder Ilona Oppenheim intended when she launched the company in 2016.…

Kerry Washington Discusses Her Evolution As An Actor, An Activist And An American

Gathered silk chiffon gown, $5,990, Oscar de la Renta, Bal Harbour Shops If there’s any question about Kerry Washington’s star power, all you need to do is check out a picture of her from the premiere of her new film, American Son, at the Toronto Film Festival. There she was, sweeping—no, crushing—the red carpet in a traffic-stopping Zuhair Murad Couture fuchsia and gold brocade gown, an elaborate Rihanna-level train in tow. She oozed confidence. The attitude: an I-don’t-care-what-you-think vibe strumming around a…

Breaking Bad’ Favorite Aaron Paul Dishes On His Star-Turning Role As Jesse Pinkman & More

Actor Aaron Paul launches into a blockbuster year with star turns, Breaking Bad buzz and a bushel of emotion. Velvet suit, $3,200, and striped shirt, $475, both at dzojchen.com. Call it fate. Maybe flakiness. Does it matter? In early February 2007, Aaron Paul bailed on a press tour at the Berlin International Film Festival for no good reason—other than his intuition. “I felt bad,” the actor says. “It was Daydreamer, my friend’s film. I don’t know… I just didn’t want to go.” Days later, he got a call to audition for a…
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