Although the way we listen to music has changed, there’s no arguing that the invention of the record player had one of the most enduring influences on pop culture of all time. There was a time when vinyl was king, and music royalty hummed into our living rooms from discs that have since gone the way of the dinosaur. It was vinyl that first freed music from the confines of the dance hall, made it democratic and accessible to everyone. In celebration of the record’s lasting impact on history, The Miami Art Museum (101 West Flagler St., Miami) is setting the Big Mango’s roof on... More >>>