Up until a few months ago, Miami felt empty. The shortage of Afro-Caribbean rhythms in a city built by Afro-Caribbean immigrants was downright shameful. We had become the Big Mango tree without roots. But then Tumbao happened, and Afro-Caribbean beats found a permanent home at the intersection o ... More >>
Photo by S. PajotOld Interview pages pasted up in PAX's restroom stalls.After a quick trip to El Gato Tuerto and a few games of pool at El Primer Molino Rojo, you're headed for this new music joint called Performing Arts Exchange, or PAX. You've got the street address. You've Google-mapped it. A ... More >>
The city's top politician visits new Wynwood galleries.