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2010 Stories by Amanda McCorquodale

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  • Yak From Cenac

    published December 30, 2010

    “So you’re comparing fart applications to a man who pioneered civil rights,” Wyatt Cenac responds after a software developer... More >>

  • Collection Agency

    published December 30, 2010

    Your grandpa claims he palled around with Al Capone. One day, a strong wind blew away the mobster’s Fedora and gramps caught it. “Keep... More >>

  • Dude, Where's My Food Truck?

    published December 30, 2010

    Anyone who’s worked in a windowless warehouse at a commercial park knows the highlight of the day for years was the noon arrival of the roach... More >>

  • Transylvania Holograms

    published December 30, 2010

    Choreographer Twyla Tharp once said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” So if you didn’t get a vacation at... More >>

  • Toys Art Us and Peregrinos

    published December 30, 2010

    Choreographer Twyla Tharp once said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” So if you didn’t get a vacation at... More >>

  • Dark Horse

    published December 30, 2010

    During the January Second Saturday Art Walk Tennessee painter Jason Shawn Alexander has a solo exhibit at 101/exhibit in the Design District. In... More >>

  • Lords Hotel Opens to a Lively Crowd of Drag Queens, Richie Rich, and Tinsley Mortimer

    published Dec 30, 2010

    ​The Fort Lauderdale drag queen scene is putting Miami's to shame lately. (Seriously, where are Miami's drag shows? Where is our Lips?) So we were pleased to see so many queens at last night's Lords... More >>

  • Urban Outfitters Now Selling Toupées

    published Dec 30, 2010

    ​We didn't want to say anything, (but pssst, your scalp is showing). Luckily, the hipster Walmart has the solution. For a mere $30, Urban Outfitters is selling 8-inch pieces of hair, which you are s... More >>

  • Lewis Black's Hard Rock Show Canceled

    published Dec 29, 2010

    ​With all the recent holiday goodwill and merriment, we thought we'd found the perfect antidote in tomorrow night's Lewis Black show at Hard Rock. But it looks like you'll have to find your hilariou... More >>

  • Vote for Miami's Best Street Fashion from 2010
    FEATURED STORY

    Vote for Miami's Best Street Fashion from 2010

    published Dec 28, 2010

    ​Technically, Cultist has only been around since July, so this is really a roundup of Miami's best street fashion from the last six months. But that's long enough to spy some trends. Lord help you i... More >>

  • 50. Ginger Bardot

    published Dec 24, 2010

    In honor of our MasterMind genius awards, Cultist proudly presents "100 Creatives," where we feature Miami's cultural superheroes in random order. Have suggestions for future profiles? Email cultist@m... More >>

  • Top 2010 Films vs. the Ones You Actually Watched

    published Dec 23, 2010

    ​We recently released our picks for the ten best films of 2010, written by LA Weekly film critic Karina Longworth. And as soon as we saw Greenberg (the pick for the second best film of the year), we... More >>

  • Generation Whine

    published December 23, 2010

    “I feel like this outfit screams ‘I’ve been living in Ohio for the past three years. Take me to your gross apartment and have sex... More >>

  • Bombs Bursting in Air

    published December 23, 2010

    The Chinese invented fireworks in the Seventh Century to scare away evil spirits. By the 14th Century, that same chemistry was harnessed for... More >>

  • Big Orange is Back

    published December 23, 2010

    The Chinese invented fireworks in the Seventh Century to scare away evil spirits. By the 14th Century, that same chemistry was harnessed for... More >>

  • W Magazine Features Jillian Mayer and Her Scenic Jog Through Wynwood

    published Dec 22, 2010

    ​Is W magazine obsessed with New Times? First they nabbed an interview with our Art Basel coverboy Bert Rodriguez, and now they're profiling one of our picks from our People Issue, Jillian Mayer. Ok... More >>

  • Win Four Free Tickets to Opening Night of Rock of Ages

    published Dec 21, 2010

    ​Just a small town girl. Living in a lonely world. She took the midnight train going anywhere. Just a city boy...Don't stop believing. Despite the fact that your hair band days are now 20 years behi... More >>

  • MasterMind Awards Submission Deadline (January 7) Fast Approaching

    published Dec 21, 2010

    ​This week, the whole world seems to be buried under craploads of wrapping paper and credit card bills. But we know you're out there, Miami artists in need of cash, and we're trying to hand you some... More >>

  • Buy From Indie Artists and Local Authors This Week at Miami's NDS Market

    published Dec 17, 2010

    ​Hitting the malls and big box stores this weekend, the last before the big yuletide gift exchange, will be about as pleasurable as having a rowdy gang of creepy leprechauns tickle you with their ca... More >>

  • Burlesquing the Mistletoe

    published December 16, 2010

    The best thing about vaudeville is you never know what to expect. But if it’s December and Shameless Burlesque’s Holly Peño is... More >>

  • Run for the Border

    published December 16, 2010

    A camera follows as a man and woman finally reach Chichen Itza, the Mayan ruin in the middle of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. But they still... More >>

  • Going Tribal

    published December 16, 2010

    What was the best way to get the U.S. government’s attention in the Sixties? Pay a visit to Fidel Castro. That’s what Buffalo Tiger did... More >>

  • Britto Opens Exhibit at Louvre While Miamians Rally to Have Him Impeached
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    Britto Opens Exhibit at Louvre While Miamians Rally to Have Him Impeached

    published Dec 16, 2010

    ​Miami has long been the central infected zone of an epidemic named Romero Britto. And it's time to start talking quarantines, because the artist's glossy pop art has not only infiltrated Paris, but... More >>

  • O, Miami Launches Census of Dade County Poets
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    O, Miami Launches Census of Dade County Poets

    published Dec 14, 2010

    ​"There once was a man from Nantucket, with" ... a few more words and we'd qualify for the O, Miami's Poet Census. The inaugural poetry festival, which begins this April, wants to do a head count of... More >>

  • Sundance Selects Borscht Animation About Key Biscayne ("Xemoland") for 2011 Festival

    published Dec 14, 2010

    ​Before there were terrorists, there were older brothers. They convinced our five-year-old selves that vacuum cleaners were really crazed, human-eating machines and that Brussels sprouts were actual... More >>

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