Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts via Facebook‚ÄčNo one thought anyone would go to the Arsht when they first built it as the Carnival Center. Everyone said, People in Miami don't go to the theater; no one cares about the arts.Thankfully, everyone was wrong, and the place is usually packe ... More >>
Lifes a jazzy cabaret at Ruby Js.
See Sweeney Todd before it hits the multiplex.
Eliza Doolittle hits the Carnival Center.
More Nutcrackers than youll know what to do with.
A strip of funky venues offers respite from sterile superclubs
Mozart reigns at the Carnival Center, while Ramirez rules at Mad Cat.
Casa Décor brings hot interior design downtown
The Dog Whisperer offers pup schooling wisdom
Diverse theater down south and downtown
Former Carnival Center CEO is looking for a new job
Melvin Van Peebles by way of the Classical Theatre of Harlem
Romeo, Juliet, and Melvin Van Peebles pop into the Carnival Center
They wonít come ... or at least not without better planning
Flourishing among kitsch, a couple of gems off Calle Ocho
A significant Broadway gem comes to Miami
This time, with a local spin
Brazilian high kicking meets high art
Orta oughta know Miami-style jazz
The American Ballet Theatre finally lands a home in Miami
Ballet performances across the 305
A Merce Cunningham/Subtropics mash-up at the Carnival
Witness the incomparable Savion Glover
Weird sounds, hot bodies, music of chance, and a dance of life
Measha Brueggergosman breathes fresh life into Beethoven
Karu & Y is long on style, mixed on substance
Xavier Spencer is one of Miamiís best young musicians, but you might never hear him play
"Murder millions in Allahís name?"
Florida Grand Opera unveils a sparkling Aïda
This is not the first time Raul Masvidal has tried to snooker the county into a bad deal