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Steven Wine

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Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Steven:

Music review: Adeem the Artist's album is engaging, topical, funny

A banjo-driven romp on the new album "White Trash Revelry" explains in jest the cause of Adeem the Artist's unspecified musical limitations. The East Tennessee-based singer-songwriter has considerable gifts, too, and that's no joke. → Read More

Music review: Bill Frisell's jazz quartet emphasizes interplay

Guitarist Bill Frisell's new jazz quartet album, "Four," is like a stimulating conversation among friends who swap quick quips and insights, the shifts in mood frequent and unpredictable. → Read More

Music review: Joe Ely's new album is for children of all ages

Don't assume Joe Ely's new children's album will have limited appeal. It's for anyone who has ever been a kid. → Read More

Music review: Miko Marks draws on church roots and bridges genres

Miko Marks created a buzz last month performing at AmericanaFest in Nashville, Tennessee, and her latest album, "Feel Like Going Home," is an engaging encore. → Read More

Music review: Watkins Family Hour captures spirit of variety shows

The latest album from Watkins Family Hour lasts just 39 minutes, but that's not to say it falls short. Like its 2015 predecessor, "Vol. II" captures the adventurous spirit of the musical variety shows hosted by siblings Sara and Sean Watkins. The stellar new set is more consistently engaging than the first album, thanks to a range of styles and collaborators. → Read More

Music review: Brother Brothers' harmonies shimmer on album of covers

Identical twins Adam and David Moss are easy to tell apart on their charming new album of cover tunes. "Cover to Cover" is a celebration of the folk duo's influences and an imaginative mix of material from such songwriting Hall of Famers as Hoagy Carmichael, Tom T. Hall and Jackson Browne. → Read More

Music review: The stars come out on Mary Gauthier's new album

As the title might suggest, love prevails over death on Mary Gauthier's "Dark Enough to See the Stars," though not without a struggle. → Read More

Album review: Old Crow Medicine Show offers serious tonic of songs

Due to the group's name, good-timey tempos and comically frantic vocals, Old Crow Medicine Show can be mistaken for a hee-hawing string band not to be taken seriously. All of which makes the Nashville-based group's new album deceptive in its delights. → Read More

Music review: Brad Mehldau's new challenging, experimental album

Mehldau is perhaps the most lyrical jazz pianist of his generation, drawn to a genre that could be called restless-soul music: challenging, experimental, boundary-defying material, such as his new album "Jacob's Ladder." → Read More

Review: Ballads predominate on ABBA's comeback album

"Voyage" is ABBA's first album of new music in 40 years, and it's a worthy return for the 1970s pop superstars. Capitol via Associated Press A bouncy, synthy beat bridges the decades and brings ABBA into the present. "You look bewildered," Agnetha Fältskog sings above the retro rhythm, "and you wonder why I'm here today." ABBA is back with its first album since 1981. While skeptics might ask… → Read More

Can Tua-Led Dolphins End Their Long Playoff Win Drought?

The Miami Dolphins’ most recent playoff win is nearly old enough to drink. On Dec. 30, 2000, Dave Wannstedt and Jay Fiedler helped Miami beat the Indianapolis... → Read More

Luzado Pitches 6 Shutout Innings to Help Miami Beat Reds 2-1

Jesús Luzardo allowed one hit and no runs in six-plus innings Sunday, and the Miami Marlins beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 to take the rubber game of their... → Read More

Alcantara Fans 12, Sánchez Homers as Marlins Beat Reds 6-1

Sandy Alcantara, buoyed by uncharacteristic run support, had a career-high 12 strikeouts in seven innings Saturday night to help the Miami Marlins beat the... → Read More

Tua's Voice More Assertive Starting 2nd Camp With Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa brought the offense to the line of scrimmage, and after he took the snap and cocked his arm, he had a choice of five wide-open receivers. → Read More

Starling Marte Traded by Marlins to Oakland for LHP Luzardo

The Oakland Athletics are in playoff contention, and Starling Marte is their midseason reward. → Read More

For Hall-bound Jimmy Johnson, Cowboys’ Honor Ring can wait

As Jimmy Johnson looks back on the rocky relationship that abruptly ended his championship run with the Dallas Cowboys, he can laugh now. He’s heading into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. → Read More

Dolphins' Howard Reports Despite Unhappiness With Contract

All-Pro cornerback Xavien Howard joined the rest of the Miami Dolphins reporting for training camp Tuesday after he sat out mandatory minicamp because he's... → Read More

Music review: New album showcases Jenny Shawhan's commanding alto

Jenny Shawhan has a big voice and knows how to use it. "Let me soar," she sings on her new album, "Don't Be Afraid," as she does just that. → Read More

Duke Slater, NFL’s 1st Black lineman, is now Hall of Famer

Duke Slater was so good the NFL couldn’t keep him out. For a Black player in the 1920s and ‘30s, that was a remarkable achievement. → Read More

Duke Slater, NFL's 1st Black lineman, is now Hall of Famer

Duke Slater was so good the NFL couldn't keep him out. For a Black player in the 1920s and ‘30s, that was a remarkable achievement. And now Slater is going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. → Read More