With 2012 coming to an end, the 31st King Mango Strut in Coconut Grove reminded everyone of the crazy events and pop culture references of the year. From "Ganja Style" to the death of the Twinkie, no one was spared.
Life In Color, formerly Dayglow and billed as "the World's Largest Paint Party," hit the Miami Beach Convention Center Friday night. Concertgoers got splashed with an endless supply of neon paint as heavy hitters like Diplo, Benny Benassi, and R3hab took over the decks.
Most of the blathering this year about the death of film and film culture has already evaporated from the mind, like so much inert gas. But one gnomic pronouncement endures: Leos Carax describing cinema as "a beautiful island with a cemetery" following the world premiere of Holy Motors at...
It was nearly 6 p.m. on a brisk Saturday, and only three tables at Key Biscayne's Exit 1 were occupied. A mural of a lighthouse scene filled a white stone wall, which was framed by dark molding and vintage photographs of old Key scenes. Smooth jazz played in the background. Four waiters clad in...
From Kraftwerk's Ultra Music Festival debut to Madonna keeping her fans waiting to M83 having to try again at the Fillmore, 2012 was filled with plenty of memorable concert moments for the Magic City. Here's a look back at some of our favorites.
There was more than just music aboard the S.S. Coachella. From getting your nails done with Sleigh Bells Alexis Krauss to a wine tasting with James Murphy, the cruise passengers made sure to enjoy some downtime.
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The S.S. Coachella took her maiden voyage out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on the Celebrity Silhouette. The legendary California music festival brought acts like Pulp, Hot Chip, Grimes, Girl Talk, Sleigh Bells, El-P, Yeasayer, Black Lips, and !!! to the high seas.
Saturday night, Borscht Film Festival presented its eighth edition at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The festival showcased work commissioned by Borscht from both local and out-of-town filmmakers.
Borscht Film Festival: The Good, the Bad, and the WTF (Review)