Miami New Times staff
5 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday, February 4 When the earthquake ravaged Haiti six years ago, the dance troupe Ayikodans barely survived. The company lost its dance studio in Port-au-Prince, and its members suffered personal losses. However, the group found an unlikely s...
12 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday, January 28 Since his debut in 2003, Major League Baseball's José Miguel Cabrera Torres has become a two-time American League Most Valuable Player (MVP) , a four-time AL batting champion, and a ten-time MLB All-Star. He has played at firs...
19 days ago | Things To Do
Friday, January 22 Usually, orchestra members dress in black formalwear. Though the fellows of the New World Symphony, America's orchestral academy, will likely follow that centuries-old tradition during Pulse: White Out the New World Symphony, th...
26 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday, January 14 Known for creating immersive, living picture installations, Israeli-based Dina Shenhav uses soft materials such as ash and foam to sculpt powerful scenes of domestic and urban life and destruction. Exploring the complex origin...
27 days ago | Free Music
Jack Daniels is bringing its new Motel No. 7 experience to five different cities. And this Thursday, it makes its stop in Miami. What exactly is Jack Daniels Motel No. 7? Well, it's not easy to explain. Still largely shrouded in secrecy, Motel No....
1 month ago | Free Music
Alright, let's get it out of our system. He was Frodo. He palled around with a slimy grey creature and had a quasi-sexual relationship with a pudgy hobbit. That, for a long time, was how we knew Elijah Wood. And who can blame us? He's the lead in ...