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  • This year’s edition of Art Basel Miami Beach — which plays a host to the world’s most successful artists — has come and gone. As one of my favorite things to do all year long, Art Basel offers the thrill of seeing new art, going to the hippest parties, and waking up to do this days on end — combined with the dread of the crowds and not being able to see everything. This year there were even more satellite fairs, pop-ups and artist talks, and if the fairs themselves weren’t enough to keep you busy, there was also live street art happening in Wynwood. My one complaint would be that many restaurants were not prepared for this year’s crowd. And they weren't even overflowing with copious crowds. Sugarcane in Midtown was the exception — they had their act together.
  • One of my favorite events, Art Basel offers the thrill of seeing new art, going to the hippest parties, and waking up to do this days on end — combined with the dread of the crowds and not being able to see everything. This year there were even more satellite fairs, pop-ups and artist talks, and if the fairs themselves weren’t enough to keep you busy, there was also live street art happening in Wynwood. My one complaint would be that many restaurants were not prepared for this year’s crowd. And they weren't even overflowing with copious crowds. Sugarcane in Midtown was the exception — they had their act together.

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