13 days ago | Art
South Florida's cultural season is getting underway. Galleries are opening exhibits, theaters are revealing their 2016-17 performances, and Miami's major museums have already announced their Art Basel shows. But in the midst of all the buzz, the C...
18 days ago | Art
“It's interesting that when we're young, we do everything in our power to avoid becoming like our parents,” says John Sevigny. “It's a natural part of becoming independent, and I'm a little suspicious of young people who aren't rebellious in ...
2 months ago | Art
Monday morning, August 1. Hot and sunny, it’s 10:15 a.m. and 2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. hardly seems like the address for an art happening. There’s a bit of bliss to be found in the determined faces of business people scurrying in and out of the bui...
2 months ago | Concerts
Come next year, lead guitarist Ryan Primack and drummer Chris Hornbrook will celebrate 20 years of Poison the Well. From the early days as a hardcore punk band through a trend-setting evolution to metalcore before, finally, settling and pioneering...
3 months ago | Miami Music
Yesterday was the world premiere of Otto Von Schirach’s newest video for “Biscayne Block Boyz."At first glance, the four-minute long video seems like an acid trip of bass, but even that fails to capture the gestalt of the work and its pure Miami-n...
4 months ago | Concerts
South Florida’s punk rock scene, from the beginning, has suffered a number of circumstances that have forced it to grow independently from the rest of the American subconscious. This can been a good thing. It has led to the formation of a discerni...