Sunday night, the Vagabond celebrated the long Memorial Day weekend with its second annual '90s Homecoming. The event featured a live performance by the Bailouts and plenty of '90s tracks by DJs Induce, Hottpants, Lolo, Ray Milian, and more.
While critic Lee Klein admits "there is a hotel-dining-room cookie-cutter feel" about Edge Steak & Bar, the menu by Australian-native, executive chef Aaron Brooks more than makes up for it. "Chef Brooks's menu stands as a blueprint for how to produce brilliant, innovative fare that appeals to...
Wednesday evening, Miami Art Museum hosted the opening of "Transcultural Pilgrim," a retrospective of Cuban painter José Bedia's artwork spanning three decades. The exhibition features 35 pieces that explore Bedia's artistic and spiritual journey that has influenced his work.
Tuesday evening, the World Erotic Art Museum in Miami Beach premiered Robert Babylon's exhibit "Neon Lights." Vivid colors and erotic photography combine to create an imagery that jumps out at the viewer. The show runs until June 30.
Porn stars, purveyors, and fans gathered at the Miami Beach Convention Center for the weekend-long Exxxotica 2012. The event included meet-and-greets with stars, sex seminars, and plenty toys to try out. Some images are NSFW.
Saturday night, the godfather of dubstep, Rusko, shook the Fillmore Miami Beach to its foundation with heavy beats and plenty of wobbly basslines. The British DJ-producer is on tour supporting his latest album, Songs, available now via Mad Decent. Read the review of Rusko at the Fillmore Miami...
As the temperature continues to rise, Wynwood's Second Saturday Art Walk enjoyed a great turnout before the summer heat becomes unbearable. New exhibits included "Clandestine Culture" at Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art and "Hobnobbing at the Garden of Earthly Delights" at Black Square Gallery.
Fanboys and girls gathered at O Cinema for the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope. The film surveys the scene at the San Diego Comic-Con as it follows five attendees throughout the course of the convention.
Friday, the Eighties were back at Grand Central thanks to a performance from New Wave band A Flock of Seagulls. Local '80s freestyle outfit Erotic Exotic opened the show. Read the review of A Flock of Seagulls at Grand Central here.