Mango's Tropical Cafe in Miami's South Beach

<i>In May, writer Rosemary McClure toured Miami's South Beach, and had these observations:</i><br>
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Fifteen minutes behind Paris Hilton. An hour behind Michael Caine. A day behind Queen Latifah. Everywhere I went in Miami I just missed a celebrity. The only name I didn't hear was Britney Spears. Everyone else in the celestial pantheon seemed to be making merry here.<br>
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Such is life in Miami, where star sightings are as common as Hummer stretch limos in L.A. Southern California still reigns as the celebrity capital of the world, but Miami has gained a rep as Hollyweird South.<br>
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<i><b>Photo:</b> Don't know how to salsa? No worries. This club in Miami's South Beach also offers dance lessons. A bartender dips a waitress at Mango's Tropical Cafe.</i>
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( Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times )

In May, writer Rosemary McClure toured Miami's South Beach, and had these observations:

Fifteen minutes behind Paris Hilton. An hour behind Michael Caine. A day behind Queen Latifah. Everywhere I went in Miami I just missed a celebrity. The only name I didn't hear was Britney Spears. Everyone else in the celestial pantheon seemed to be making merry here.

Such is life in Miami, where star sightings are as common as Hummer stretch limos in L.A. Southern California still reigns as the celebrity capital of the world, but Miami has gained a rep as Hollyweird South.

Photo: Don't know how to salsa? No worries. This club in Miami's South Beach also offers dance lessons. A bartender dips a waitress at Mango's Tropical Cafe.

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