Image by Bleeding PalmMan, no one loves to give away massive amounts of cash like the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Last night, the foundation held its annual Knight Challenge Grant award ceremony, dropping a $2.9 million jackpot on 31 local South Florida arts organizations, including ... More >>
Fight for your right to collect records with Beings and Sweat.See Sweatstock 2011's full lineup and set times. Thanks to Napster, Steve Jobs, and the overlords of the Internet, we all live in an increasingly immaterial world where the only acceptable way to package, market, and consume music is ... More >>
If you've been paying attention to the news--and it's almost impossible not to at a time like this--you've no doubt witnessed the horrors our poor Caribbean neighbors in Haiti have endured since a major earthquake registering 7.0 on the Richter mag scale all but obliterated the small impoverished co ... More >>
Photo by Chelsea Matiash/Gables Home PageThe City Beautiful isn't just about historic Mediterranean homes and manicured lawns. Today, Coral Gables is launching a new website that will hopefully shake a few stately columns and bring one of Miami's oldest cities well into the leading edge of citize ... More >>
DWNTWN Concert Series with Afrobeta and ChanaFriday, February 13, 2009Tina Hills Pavilion at Bayfront Park, MiamiBetter than: Ever.Psst...things are happening in Downtown Miami. Especially at Bayfront Park: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays you can find free yoga; Thursdays you can find delicious or ... More >>
Launched in 2007, Leggo My Demo is a Miami Beach-based demo competition aiming to expose and promote distinguished new electronic music productions from around the world. Each month they select new demo submissions, providing winners with network exposure and a feature at their monthly events ... More >>
DWNTWN Concert Series with Rachel Goodrich and Jacob Jeffries BandFriday, January 9, 2008Tina Hills Pavilion at Bayfront Park, MiamiBetter Than: Before.The Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA), in partnership with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and produced by the Rhythm Foundation ... More >>
Humberto Aguilar was a fugitive, then spent years in jail. But now he has a real story to tell.
Why push diversity when you can complain?
Overtown is under pressure to change as property values skyrocket but violence remains pervasive
A popular computer clubhouse for Miami's poor is abruptly unplugged
Here's what we'd do if I were in charge
On the eve of its permanent disfigurement, the Miami Circle unleashed its mysterious powers of survival
Some Metrozoo volunteers say that visitors are pelting the residents with rocks and other objects -- and that the zoo's administration doesn't seem to care