By the time Ronnie Pelham makes his third U-turn on North Kendall Drive, he's visibly frustrated. The directions to the Dead Drop are vague, and his GPS keeps telling him to retrace the same 300-foot stretch with his silver Hyundai. Finally, the 31-year-old notices a strip-mall alleyway lined with d ... More >>
Lately, we have been reminded that dance is a fragile art form, as fleeting as life itself. Merce Cunningham's company disbanded at the end of 2011, a year and half after his death. And Pina, Wim Wenders' Oscar-nominated documentary about famed German choreographer Pina Bausch, is a memorial to t ... More >>
Yesterday's list on pop culture showcased how the mass media and the world see Miami, but today's list of cultural moments of the decade focuses on the artistic forces that help Miami see the world. Few cities on any map saw such a dramatic growth spurt in culture in this decade, so let's take a loo ... More >>
Start massaging your art belly because this weekend's buffet of openings is going to stretch your ocular capacity. (Mixed metaphor disaster...Campbell McGrath, I have failed you!) Tomorrow is the first Second Saturday of the fall season, as gallery owners and artists return from vacations, fellowsh ... More >>
Jacob KatelBrown Stew Chicken with pickled hot peppers, pea rice, plantains, salad, and fried dumpling - $7.49 Miami's Finest Caribbean Restaurant (236 NE 1st Ave) may or may not be the best Caribbean restaurant in Miami, that's a statement I can't make without further research. But, one experien ... More >>
A glass exhibit at UM provides a road map for surviving the arts-funding downturn.
A typical scene: D'Agata fucks his Japanese girlfriend doggy-style while the subtitle reads, "I feel lost at sea."
The graphic novel reigns at this year's edition.
Miami-made singer-songwriter Jacob Miller takes a new-school approach to old-school sounds
DJ PG-13 is a lone wolf
Fish take to the streets as Miami goes bonkers over Basel
Destructive development, promising playwrights, and art for the wealthy
Where your humble state legislators work hard by day and play hard by night
Second year running, Miami gets a homegrown film festival
The art scene in Miami is ready to detonate, and Robert Chambers wants to light the fuse
Tubbs throws off the Vice and makes nice with musical theater for kids
You vaginas talk amongst yourselves; retch has something to say to everyone
South Florida Dance for Life
Up ahead, some lights at the end of the tunnel
There Goes the Neighborhood
From the issue of January 11, 2001
Seven solemn gables are not the only heavyweights around this mansion
"Departing Perspectives" and "Arte Actual"
June 4 - 10, 1998
April 30 - May 6, 1998
April 9-15, 1998