Dust off your Walkman! Cassette Store Day 2014 happened this weekend at Miami's own Sweat Records. A lineup of bands, curated by local label Cheap Miami, continued the rock-out celebration next door at Churchill's Pub. Photos by Monica McGivern.
It only took 18 years, but Glasgow indie pop outfit Belle & Sebastian finally made the trek to Miami to play for an enthusiastic crowd at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The band is on a short tour as they record their latest album in Atlanta. Photo by Christina Mendenhall.
Hurly Burly is out to prove that beards, bellies, and beer have a place in the world of modern-day burlesque. Friday night, that place was at Gramps' back room, where the Lake Worth burlesque troupe made its Miami debut. Various skits performed by the troupe had the crowd entertained, with...
Tucked into a narrow, unmarked space on wedding-salon-stuffed Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, Uvaggio Wine Bar serves unforgettable meals that rotate so often you could return every week.
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The late-afternoon downpour didn't keep Jack White fans from lining up
around the city block to wait for doors to open at the Fillmore Miami
Beach on Sunday. White, along with opener Olivia Jean, played the
first of a two-day run at the classic Miami Beach theater. The second show
Banks performed to a sold-out Grand Central on Sunday night in support of her recently released album Goddess. The crowd sang along throughout the night proving that Banks is no longer a secret. The evening was opened up by the Australian band Movement. Photos by Alex Markow.
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Manchester label Modern Love took over the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse for an audio/visual experience. Ambient techno, noise, and electro was pushed out through the speakers by sets from Millie & Andrea, Andy Stott, Demdike Stare, and Sean Canty. Photos by Karli Evans.
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Art could be found everywhere in downtown Miami thanks to DWNTWN Art Days. From public art installations to movie screenings and performance art, the event spread art throughout the city in an approachable way. Photo by George Martinez/gmartnx.com.
Vegetarians have long refashioned a cornucopia of seemingly animal-based products. Yet Tim Andriola -- who opened this healthful restaurant in May adjacent to his long-standing Mediterranean spot, Timo -- isn't a tofu evangelist. At Basil Park, fat slabs of grass-fed Uruguayan beef are salted,...
Demi Lovato performed at the American Airlines Arena in
Miami Sunday, September 14. Christina Perri, along with MKTO, opened the show. Surprise guest Becky G also performed a short set just before Lovato hit the stage. Photos by Sayre Berman.
German-born, Miami-based DJ Markus Schulz hit the decks at Mansion Saturday night. The packed venue was full of party people ready to take in Schulz's beats along with the beautiful dancers soaring up above. Photos by Karli Evans.
Erasure kicked off the U.S. leg of their Violet Flame tour at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Friday, September 12. The British synthpop act was greeted by a very welcoming crowd. Nina opened the show. Photos by Sayre Berman.
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