Stefanie Fernández is a freelance music and arts writer for Miami New Times. She received her BA in English from Yale University in 2017. She is always lying on the floor listening to the Replacements' "Unsatisfied."
11 hours ago | Books
The former vice president of the United States sat down with Man Booker Prize-winning writer George Saunders at the Adrienne Arsht Center as an accomplished foreign policymaker and bereaved father to discuss his new memoir, Promise Me, Dad: A Year...
David Foulquier was not your average 8-year-old. Growing up in New York City, he requested dishes at restaurants that "normal 8-year-olds don't," he says. And he admired Manhattan restaurateurs for the busy, people-pleasing lives they led. Today, ...
Music legend Phil Collins, now 66 years old, remembers a world that was far simpler for musicians. "Life was a little bit different when I was 5 years old," Collins says. "Back then, in 1956, if you had a drum kit and you learned how to play, you ...
When 14-year-old Martin Lee Anderson was murdered by police in Panama City in 2006, Jasmen Rogers was just starting college at Florida State. Then only 17, she remembers it as the first time she understood "wow, the world isn't fair for black peop...
6 days ago | Books
The prologue of Katy Tur's Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History tells the story of the night Donald Trump became President Trump. Tur, defeated and sleep-deprived after a year and a half of covering the Trum...
14 days ago | Concerts
Robby Robb is on a mission to make a music festival that celebrates local bands — whether they're from Miami or somewhere else. This November 18, Robb will inaugurate his Imaginary Radio Music & Arts Festival at Gramps.