It was a better time, a simpler time. A time when we wore flannel and floral prints and combat boots. We smelled like Teen Spirit; we didn’t want no scrubs; we liked the way you worked it (no diggity). Those were the days when boy met world, when we were saved by the bell — the days of our so-called lives. If you were able to tear yourself away from the pop culture of a decade ago, you might have taken in some very real culture at “Defining the 90s: Consensus-Making in New York, Miami and Los Angeles,” a 1996 exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (770 NE 125th St., North Miami). The exhibit featured... More >>>