5 days ago | Culture
It’s perhaps the most exotic dance music to hit Miami in recent memory: contradance. It’s Americana, the real thing, a far more sophisticated version of the square-dancing you may remember from gym dances in elementary school. A band called Cornbr...
18 days ago | Culture
As the season winds down in South Florida, it’s a good time to catch up on what some of the Miami’s local favorites have been up to. Take Alfredo Triff, for instance — our town’s resident philosopher-king, MDC philosophy professor, and all-around ...
19 days ago | Culture
Black Violin, made up of Will B. and Kev Marcus, has been creating a special blend of classical and hip-hop music for almost two decades. Natives of Fort Lauderdale and graduates of Dillard High School, they met in orchestra class and have been ma...
1 month ago | Art
It may still be a stretch to call Miami the artsiest city in the United States (as some news outlets have proclaimed). But the Magic City is no longer that sleepy provincial town, even in the summer. And artist and chief curator of Edge Zones’ Mia...
1 month ago | Dance
Imagine it’s February 7, 2013, and you’re leaving Miami after a monthlong visit with family and friends and resuming your dance career in Israel. At the airport, TSA agents repeatedly search and interrogate you, causing you to miss your connection...
1 month ago | Stage
When founder and artistic director of the non-proft Antiheroes Project, José Manuel Dominguez, set out to create a new work, he stumbled across the nothing short of epic life of French aviator and writer, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The author's Lit...