Tomorrow, April 1, Gramps Bar, in conjunction with O, Miami, will kick off Poet-in-Decadence, a contemporary take on writer residency programs. The union of Gramps Bar and O, Miami makes perfect sense -- booze and literature have long been lovers. Writers such as Truman Capote and Jack Kerouac would ... More >>
There's a lot of talk about racial divides in this country. But there's one thing that Americans of all colors, creeds, ethnicities, and walks of life can agree on: Riff Raff is a fucking embarrassment. Have you seen this confused individual? He's supposed to be a joke (we think), but it's one of t ... More >>
"A little sun can bring out your dark side." And that's nothing we don't know. But it's also the tag line of Harmony Korine's upcoming teen-flick-gone-mad Spring Breakers. You know, the one starring a gangster James Franco and a barely dressed Selena Gomez, hitting theaters Friday, March 22. Korin ... More >>
Art Basel Miami Beach is a horrible, crippling beast. It stands, hovering over the first week of December, forcing free drinks down your throat, making you listen to terrible music and look at bad art. Sometimes, though, every once in a while, it takes a step back and shows you the light, somet ... More >>
Art Basel is many things to many people. Some see it as a drug-infused bacchanal where, occasionally, art is appreciated. Others see it as the art world's seasonally scheduled hangover. Most would agree it's a catastrofuck of major proportions. William PowhidaDo you remember anything from last year ... More >>
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