The Roots Adrienne Arsht Center Saturday, March 31, 2012 Better Than: Just about anything else that was going on in Miami on Saturday night. It was certainly the finest tuba anywhere in Miami Saturday night. Aside from for Questlove's drums, Damon "Tuba Gooding Jr." Bryson's cheeks expanded to f ... More >>
You can't say you didn't see it coming. With the growth of Miami's arts scene have come trepidations about the effect of our creative community's largess on the artists and the work within it. There's been a backlash brewing for awhile now, and Kiki Valdes' "The Outsiders" exhibit, opening Saturd ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
Harry Emilio Gottlieb knows cinema!Who knew that Harry Emilio Gottlieb, a prolific writer of letters to the editor denouncing cronyism, was a Hollywood wheeler-dealer?Why else would he get a $63,000-a-year gig as the man in charge of Miami's film and cultural affairs office? It couldn't possibly ... More >>
True or false, heist flick The Bank Job is too much fun to fact-check
Discover art for reggae dreamers
Kingpin dealer stakes grand claim on the hood
Four decades on and the Rubells are still at it
Competing fairs are locked in a battle for collectors
Former Miamian Kenny Scharf turns his space-age Pop Art into a cartoon
Is there any hope of restoring the South Beach luster? Rudolf says yes.
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Before Night Falls recounts the grim, brave life of the persecuted Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas
Welcome to Havana and its Biennial, where life and art, the real and surreal, blur
Reinaldo Arenas detested Miami's exile culture as much as Castro's tyranny, and he wasn't shy about saying so
South Florida philanthropist Richard Bronson built his fortune on the shady side of Wall Street