Upstairs at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, past smiling employees at the front desk and cubicles full of researchers and staffers, lies a secluded room behind a password-protected door. Inside, unmoving taxidermies of bears, snakes, and birds stand next to rows of sterile bones, s ... More >>
It's the first weekend of 2014! If you haven't made a New Year's resolution yet, here's one for you: party more, pay less. To help you fulfill this promise, we've laid all the ground work to provide you with the best bashes to crash this weekend that won't leave a hole in your pocket. Just che ... More >>
The traditional rock 'n' roll laser show just got a reboot. A quick scan of the repertoire reveals your standard-issue Planetarium jams: Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Grateful Dead, and, of course, Pink Floyd. But Saturday night, Planetarium: Krautrock (presented by Miami Art Museum and Miami Science ... More >>
The ancient art of the laser show (much like figure skating and the intentional spread of infectious diseases) is a sorely underutilized medium in rock 'n' roll. Why did the synesthetic experience of fusing music and amplified beams of light hit its peak with Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and ... More >>
With the holidays and Art Basel right around the goddamn corner, it's starting to heat up in the ol' South Florida nightlife department. Take this weekend, for instance. There's too much to do! It would be totally impossible to have all the fun that's being offered this weekend. So we here at Cros ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
Oh, yeah! Artist and accomplished violist Kathryn Marks has made music with both traditional orchestras and prolific genius Dino Felipe. Recently, she partnered with nomadic art project The End/SPRING BREAK for Ear Conditioning, a monthlong experiment in sound that took place throughout July. W ... More >>
Kevin Arrow looking very Sun Ra. "I have a special connection to Sun Ra," insists artist Kevin Arrow. And this Saturday at the end/SPRING BREAK, he will be leading a special listening session, presenting Sun Ra's recordings decade by decade. Arrow's seen Sun Ra many times over the years, both in M ... More >>
DJ Le Spam, AKA Adam Yeomanson.There are certain things that are quintessentially Miami, like cafecitos at a board meeting and a doctor sporting a guayabera. Now add Rakontur Media Studio's rapidly expanding library of South Florida-focused documentaries to that running list. For over a decade, ... More >>
via palilalia.comEx-Harry Pussy guitarist Bill Orcutt.Back when a president called Clinton ruled the White House, a band called Harry Pussy lorded over Miami's tiny noise rock scene. The explosively experimental unit first emerged in 1992 when guitarist Bill Orcutt and drummer Adris Hoyos decided ... More >>
Janette ValentineBarron Sherer is a filmmaker, film archivist, and general curator of cool cultural happenings in Miami. And by film, we mean actual celluloid, not digital.For a decade, the South Carolina transplant has created and produced film showings throughout town, most notably the Rewind/F ... More >>
Gabriel Alcala's hair of Jacuzzi Boys.Jacuzzi Boys and Beings Miami Art Museum Thursday, September 2, 2010 Better than: Another smooth jazz concert in the sculpture garden. The Review: Why can't our cursed subtropical weather just cooperate for one fucking minute? It's like anytime someone's se ... More >>
Artist Kevin Arrow rummages the world in a new exhibit at the Farside Gallery in Westchester.
Experimental film at MOCA
Ed Bobb punched a few keys and went to jail. Where's the justice?
Mining the energy of the collective
Who cares about Art Basel? The Bass exhibition proves Miami already had it going on.
From the issue of September 6, 2001
Public art that is out in the open serves multiple purposes
Craig Robins has built a reputation as the good developer. Just ask him.