In addition to showing solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protesters, Occupy Miami's Saturday meeting at the Torch of Friendship came to decision to occupy Government Center in downtown Miami. Read more about Occupy Miami here.
In a city where the neighborhood restaurant concept seems rare, the River Seafood & Oyster Bar is a gem. "[The] professionalism, along with a convivial spirit and fresh seafood, makes the River Seafood & Oyster Bar a great catch for the neighborhood," writes critic Lee Klein. Read the review of...
Described as "Rocky Horror meets Cabaret Voltaire," by Diana Lozano, Circ X's founder and artistic director, Madame Monsters, every Monday at Score, features lavish production numbers, video interruptions, and interactive theatrics.
Downtown was invaded by heavy beats as the Ultra Music Festival kicked off Friday with performances by Skrillex, Pretty Lights, Tiesto, Kraftwerk, Miike Snow, New Order, Benny Benassi, Afrojack, Neon Indian, Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Dada Life, Groove Armada, Wolfgang Gartner, and more.Ultra...
Originally booked for Langerado Music Festival, Brooklyn hip-hop trio Das Racist still stopped in South Florida with a performance at Grand Central Sunday night. Openers included Danny Brown and Despot. Read the review of Das Racist at Grand Central here.
"Upscale fine dining at affordable prices" is how V&A bills itself, yet while prices are lower here than they were at the exorbitant DeVito, they still haunt the haute range. Read the review of Vic & Angelo's South Beach here.
On Saturday, October 1, the first-ever Celebrate Orgullo event took place in Lummus Park on Miami Beach. Spanish for pride, Orgullo celebrated the diverse cultural heritage and contributions of South Florida's Hispanic LGBT community.