In honor of our People Issue, which will hit newsstands and computer screens Thursday, Cultist presents "Miami Backstage," where we feature some of the city's behind-the-scenes culture makers. Have suggestions for future profiles? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the whos and whys. Don an ... More >>
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 17, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Rubell Family CollectionMera and Don RubellWhen it comes to art collectors in town, there are the Rubells, and then there's everybody else. Martin Margulies has his ... More >>
Miami-Dade is finally ready to give the blighted Miami Art Museum $100 million to begin construction of its long-in-the-works home at Bicentennial Park. While the museum has suffered a number of setbacks in the last decade, county manager George Burgess wrote last week he's satisfied with the $31 mi ... More >>
The Wynwood building where Don and Mera Rubell house their collection is a Parthenon of modern art. The white walls at the 45,000-square-foot, former DEA warehouse are adorned by as many icons as there are Greek gods: Richard Prince, Keith Haring posters, loud Barbara Krugers, Warhol Maos. For 17 ... More >>
Four decades on and the Rubells are still at it
Florida culture reverts to its native roots
An author from a colorful local family leaves academics behind for a more passionate tale
Giant bronze dolphins and Miccosukees in the golf zone
As Miami Beach prepares for life in wartime, it's on its own
Will the Afro-Cuban All Stars play Miami?
Some say Miami Beach's Jose Garca-Pedrosa is a strong city manager. Others tend to employ more colorful language.
In Miami Beach, experts are enlisted to commission artworks for public spaces. Too bad city officials refuse to listen to them.
The establishment hated him, but resort-goers thought his designs were the best thing since room service. If it was fun, funky, and Fifties in Miami Beach, chances are Morris Lapidus dreamed it up.