Thursday night, the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach opened its Egyptian Gallery to the public complete with sarcophagus and mummy. The gallery is the only Egyptian artifacts space in the state of Florida, the nearest being located in Atlanta.
Bruise Cruise, the first indie music cruise, will set sail for a second time from the Port of Miami today. But before hitting the open waters, the festival held a two-day kickoff party Wednesday and Thursday nights at the Stage featuring performances by Fucked Up, Blowfly, Quintron & Miss...
Tonight, the Miami Beach Cinematheque is holding its Grey Gardens Garage Sale to benefit the new cinema. In addition to selling vintage everything, patrons will be able to view a Grey Gardens-inspired exhibition by Andre Gabb, with styling by Stefanie Del Papa. Here is a preview of what to expect.
Hoping to raise money and awareness about breast and prostate cancer, the Raleigh hosted the Pink and Blue for Two charity event Thursday hosted by Olivia Newton-John and breast cancer surgeon Dr. Ernie Bodai.
Homegrown music festival Swamp Stomp returned for a fourth installment at Bayside Hut with performances by The Lee Boys, Jahfé, JUke, ArtOfficial, Rachel Goodrich, Bridget+Luke, Beckham County Trainwreck, and DJ A-Train.