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- By Ben Crandell, Staff writer - Wed, 12 Sep 2012 07:53:00 GMT
Extra-wide seats, big-screen LCD TVs with the Miami Heat game on, an open bar, all-you-can eat food and a perfect view of ¿ the ballet?
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