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Friday, August 29, 2008

Miami Music Editor Braves Denny's Allnighter

Posted By on Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 11:37 AM

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Arielle Castillo, the fierce music editor of Miami New Times, is a brave soul indeed. For several months, she's followed the introduction of the Denny's Allnighter campaign and its new "Rockstar Menu" of late-night bites featuring items created by popular bands Plain White T's, Taking Back Sunday, the All-American Rejects and Eagles of Death Metal.

Last night, she took the artery-clogging plunge and dared to write about it.

—Tamara Palmer

(Pictured: Eagles of Death Metal's "Heart on a Plate," available at Denny's locations nationwide; photo by Arielle Castillo)

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