The International Noise Conference began Thursday night at Churchill's Pub. Over 20 bands ranging from noise to metal played for about fifteen minutes each from 8 p.m. to well after 2 a.m. Some of the stranger acts included Clang Quartet from North Carolina and Miami's Otto Von Schirach.
New Times held its third annual Artopia, a celebration of the arts, at the Moore Building in Miami's Design District. The event featured performances by Chico Mann, Cris Cab, and Modernage, and art by Lebo.
French musician Yann Tiersen performed at Grand Central along with an opening set by S. Carey. Put on by the Rhythm Foundation, Tiersen is perhaps best known for composing the soundtrack to 2001's Amélie.
"It seems midtown Miami residents have yet another fine restaurant n the neighborhood," touts Lee Klein in this week review of Sustain Restaurant + Bar. Executive chef and Miami native Alex Piñero has definitely kept his word when it comes to promoting local sourcing and sustainability. Read...
Puppies and their owners were invited to attend the premiere of My Dog Tulip at Coral Gables Art Cinema Friday night. Friends Forever Rescue was also there with plenty of four-legged pals ready to be adopted.
Swedish synthpop outfit, Little Dragon, made its debut Miami performance at Electric Pickle Friday night along with Billygoat of Portland, Oregon. Read the review of Little Dragon's performance at Electric Pickle here.
Hailed by critics as one of best designs by architect Frank Gehry in years, the New World Center opened to much fanfare Tuesday night with a performance by the New World Symphony and remarks from conductor and composer Michael Tilson Thomas and Gehry.