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South Beach

million people to South Beach. The restaurants featured a distinctive exterior design with South Beach-inspired pastels trimmed with pink and blue neon lights and interiors decorated in a tropical motif. The '''Winter Music Conference''' is a weeklong electronic music conference, held every March since the mid-1980s in Miami, Florida, United States. Venues are hosted primarily in Downtown Miami and Miami's South Beach. It is aimed at professionals such as artists, DJs, record label representatives (A&R) (A&R), producer (music producer)s, promoter (Promoter (entertainment))s, radio and the media (News media). * ''Ol' One Tooth'', 1978, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California) * ''Sea Change'', 1978, South Beach Park, Pier 40, San Francisco * ''Isis'', 1978, North Harbor Drive & Laurel Street, San Diego Posner was fired for expressing her opinion on a YouTube (w:YouTube) video about regulations affecting her South Beach (w:South Beach) neighborhood. Like many rejuvenated (w:urban renewal) communities in the United States, Posner's historic south Fifth Street (w:Ocean Drive) has become the Tribeca (w:Tribeca) of Miami, a fashionable, trendy nightspot with a maelstrom of growth in hotels, restaurants and boutiques that have out-priced many long-term residents.

Puerto Rico

2001 pageant. '''Iris Chacón''' (born March 7, 1950 in Puerto Rico) is a dancer, singer, and entertainer. She enjoys great popularity in Puerto Rico (where she had a weekly variety show for more than a decade) and in other Latin American countries, as well as such U.S. locales as New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. In 1982, AMCAR, Inc. hired her for a television commercial about Amalie Oil's automobile coolant products, which became one of the most famous television commercials in Puerto Rico's history. The publicity surrounding the commercial landed her in a front page article in The Wall Street Journal in June 1983 entitled ''A Onetime Choirgirl Rules as Sex Goddess On Puerto Rican TV''. The ad employed a play on words between the English word '''coolant''' and Spanish '''culon''' which means large derrière. *Northern Marianas Islands - Scouting in the Northern Mariana Islands - Aloha Council of the Boy Scouts of America *Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico Council (Scouting in Puerto Rico) of the Boy Scouts of America *United States Virgin Islands - Virgin Islands Council (Scouting in the United States Virgin Islands) of the Boy Scouts of America In parts of Central America yerba buena often refers to ''Mentha citrata'', a true mint sometimes called "bergamot mint" with a strong citrus-like aroma that is used medicinally and as a cooking herb and tea. In Cuba, yerba buena generally refers to ''Mentha nemorosa (Mentha)'', a popular plant also known as large apple mint, foxtail mint, hairy mint, woolly mint or, simply, Cuban mint. In Puerto Rico a close relative of traditional culinary savory, ''Satureja viminea (Satureja)'', is sometimes used. In Peru the name is sometimes applied to a shrubby aromatic marigold, ''Tagetes minuta (Tagetes)'' also known as huacatay (Peruvian cuisine) or "black mint"; in this case, despite some similarities of flavor, the herb in question is in the Sunflower family (Compositae) and is quite unrelated to any of the mints or mint-relatives with which it shares a name. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico

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