Sample South Florida's Best Food and Drink Pairings at New Times Pairings 2013
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The last date listed for New Times Pairings 2013 was Thursday September 26, 2013 / 7:00pm - 10:00pm.
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- $37.00 - $79.00
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- $9.80 - $31.60
The Miami City Ballet stages George Balanchine's acclaimed Tchaikovsky holiday classic, one of the only productions of his 1954 version in the country. With a full-scale spectacular featuring more than 100 dancers and children, including several international ballet stars, you'll join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and an epic battle between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice. The production features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. This is the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. Learn More
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Every year they run out of wine before the end of the event. Like before 8pm some of the tables were out of wine! How can you tout a Pairings event and never have enough wine? Very crowded as usual. This may be the last year I go.
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New Times, now with a circulation of more than 40,000, has become the region's essential compendium of news and information for residents and visitors alike. Drawing on the talents of an accomplished editorial staff recruited from all across the country, New Times has established a reputation for compelling stories ignored or overlooked by major media, for insightful coverage of local arts and entertainment, and for unflinching exposure of South Florida's steamy political life. That reputation for high-caliber journalism has spread beyond South Florida. The paper has won more than seventy first-place awards for editorial excellence, statewide and nationally.
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