You used to find bastions of bohemia on South Beach; cozy, East Village-style hangouts where original art adorned earth-toned walls and a wobbly stage held a platter of local musicians. At the time, studios and the starving artists who lived in them were located up and down Lincoln Road. That was more than fifteen years ago. Posh renovations and sky-high rent signaled an end to the epicenter of creativity, and no area in the county has taken its place, although developers behind the... More >>>