Rising from the shadows of Southland Mall, not too far from the southern terminus of Florida’s Turnpike, is the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center. It’s like an oddly angled phoenix bringing performing arts to the dirty, thirsty south. The venue — complete with a 966-seat, state-of-the-art main stage, Black Box theater, and several other indoor and outdoor spaces — has already hosted dance, music, and other performing arts for the past several months. But that was just part of the... More >>>