Loved by toddlers and adults alike, Nick Jr. show Yo Gabba Gabba! brought its There's a Party In My City! tour along with Biz Markie and surprise guests Brazilian Girls to the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami. Read our review of Yo Gabba Gabba! live.
DJ trio Swedish House Mafia -- Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello -- took its popular Pacha Ibiza party, Masquerade Motel, on the road with a stop in Miami at the future home of Scope Art Fair in Midtown Miami. Read our review of Swedish House Mafia here.
After Miami snubbed Cleveland's offer to send unwanted LeBron James Cavaliers merchandise to give to the city's homeless, New Times, with the help of Cleveland Scene, stepped in and offered to distribute the items. Read the feature story, "Bum Wrap," here.
Sneaker aficionados flocked to Mekka in downtown Miami Saturday night not only to show off their freshest kicks at Sneaker Pimps, but to catch performances by Raekwon and Rick Ross as well. Read the review of Raekwon and Rick Ross at Sneaker Pimps here.
Friday night, the sixth annual Heart Happening, benefiting the Lotus House Shelter, took place at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse in Wynwood. Artists participating included the TM Sisters, Agustina Woodgate, Santiago Rubino, Roberto Lange, Miami Poetry Collective, and more.
New Times hosted its third annual Iron Fork event at Grand Central in downtown Miami. Area restaurants served sample bites while last year's champion Chef John Critchley went head-to-head with challenger Chef Jose Luis Flores. Read the Iron Fork 2010 recap here.
The Go Red for Women campaign, part of the American Heart Association, held its Miami Red Dress Fashion Show at the Bass Museum of Art during Funkshion Fashion Week Miami Beach. The show featured clothing by Perry Ellis.