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2011 Stories by Amanda McCorquodale

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  • Euro Bash

    published January 13, 2011

    Things have gotten so bad in Eastern Europe that countries such as Moldavia and Albania don’t even have feature-length films anymore.... More >>

  • Gehry Meets Wagner

    published January 13, 2011

    Think before you snub classical music. Researchers tracked a group of dementia patients, and as their gray matter went limp, their musical tastes... More >>

  • 36. Jillian Mayer

    published Jan 13, 2011

    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 >>

  • Something to Get You Hyped: The Return of the Boombox
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    Something to Get You Hyped: The Return of the Boombox

    published Jan 13, 2011

    ​Can we talk about boomboxes for a minute? We miss them. We miss the dent they left on our shoulders. We miss how mobile they were while also making a statement. When we walk into a room with our iP... More >>

  • Chinese Scrolls of Madness

    published January 13, 2011

    Director of the International Chinese Fine Arts Council, Inez Suen, has curated a group exhibition of work on paper from four emerging artists... More >>

  • Thunder Domes

    published January 13, 2011

    In "Domus: Home," artist Carol Prusa deals in ideas of origin, mysticism, and sacredness. She attempts to make these heady ideas more... More >>

  • Projectile in Gold

    published January 13, 2011

    Miami artist Cristina Molina, now a MFA student at the University of Florida's Art + Technology program, has her video exhibition, "Helium... More >>

  • January's Second Saturdays Art Walk: the Most Crowded Art Walk Ever?

    published Jan 10, 2011

    ​Although a lot of the galleries were showing ongoing exhibits that have been open pre-Basel, the streets of Wynwood were as full as they've ever been on Saturday night. Sure, some white cubes offer... More >>

  • Wyatt Cenac Rallies to Restore Humor at Miami Improv

    published Jan 07, 2011

    ​Hundreds of thousands of people showed up on the National Mall last October for the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear. We're pretty sure most the attendees didn't really believe they could ignite... More >>

  • Second Saturdays Art Walk Guide: Hologram Transformers and Kitty Rayguns
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    Second Saturdays Art Walk Guide: Hologram Transformers and Kitty Rayguns

    published Jan 07, 2011

    ​Unfortunately, day jobs don't schedule in recess (unless you work at Google). But you can release all that pent-up energy each month at the Second Saturdays Art Walk. Tomorrow, from 7 to 10 p.m., y... More >>

  • Going Viral

    published January 6, 2011

    Grime may have hatched in East London, but three boys from Manchester are carving out a new place for the dark, dubstep sound. Virus Syndicate... More >>

  • Thou Art Deco

    published January 6, 2011

    Take Art Deco out of Miami, and the city is just urban sprawl with a few Mediterranean-style porticos. Deco is our claim to charm. It’s our... More >>

  • Knight Shift

    published January 6, 2011

    The best aspect of a Renaissance festival is the wonderful absence of jerks thumbing through their Blackberries. It’s a celebration of life... More >>

  • Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95
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    Pin-Ups Caught Tagging Up Wall Next to I-95

    published Jan 05, 2011

    ​The Great Wall of Miami graffiti, also known as the old RC Cola plant, now dons corseted beauties with aerosol in hand. If you weren't speeding so fast on I-95, you've probably spotted these retro,... More >>

  • Worth the Drive

    published January 6, 2011

    Take fiber textile art and fuse it with modern dance and you'd have Soundsuits by Nick Cave. These life-sized sculptural objects are... More >>

  • Drive North

    published January 6, 2011

    If there was a zine/album cover artist laurete, we'd nominate Raymond Pettibon. Not only is he the man behind the four-bar logo, flyers, album... More >>

  • Found Footage

    published January 6, 2011

    If there was a zine/album cover artist laurete, we'd nominate Raymond Pettibon. Not only is he the man behind the four-bar logo, flyers, album... More >>

  • Hobo Art

    published January 6, 2011

    If there was a zine/album cover artist laurete, we'd nominate Raymond Pettibon. Not only is he the man behind the four-bar logo, flyers, album... More >>

  • Bad Girl Club's Catya Washington Behind Bars, Again

    published Jan 04, 2011

    ​As opposed to Basketball Wives, where the featured ladies aren't actually wives, the women of Bad Girls Club Miami are living up to their show name by being up to no good. In November, we told you ... More >>

  • Raymond Pettibon and Nick Cave: Two Art Exhibits That Will Inspire You to Drive to North

    published Jan 04, 2011

    ​Yes, we do harsh on Broward and Palm Beach County plenty. Yes, we may have called Fort Lauderdale the Canada of South Florida. But the reality is that many of us and our loved ones are bi-countiers... More >>

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