Sunday's Fall for the Arts Festival at the Arsht Center in downtown Miami invited food trucks from all over South Florida to set up shop. The culinary feast on wheels was organized with the help of the Burger Beast.
With a looming Art Basel Miami Beach, Wynwood and Design District galleries are starting to rev up their fall exhibitions. This weekend featured opening exhibits by TYPOE at Spinello Gallery, Ari Marcopoulos at O.H.W.O.W., and more.
In this week's feature, writer Jean Friedman-Rudovsky gives a glimpse into the lives of Juárez, Mexico, youngest inhabitants – its children. Childhood is often short-lived when coping with being orphaned or seeing dead bodies.
Despite Pacific Time's demise, food critic Lee Klein reminds us in this week's dining review that restaurateur Jonathan Eismann still has two exceptional restaurants in Miami's Design District, Fin and Q American Barbeque.
The 2010 edition of the Honda Civic Tour brought together Paramore, Tegan & Sara, and New Found Glory on the same stage Saturday night at the Bayfront Park Amphitheater in downtown Miami. Click here to read the review of the Honda Civic Tour's Miami stop.
In support of their latest album, Diamond Eyes, Deftones stopped by the Fillmore Miami Beach Wednesday night, along with Georgia heavy metal band Baroness. Read our review of the Deftones performance at the Fillmore Miami Beach here.
Whether it was an actual protest or a way to get people's attention, the Raelian movement had people's heads turning on Lincoln Road for its National Go Topless protest, which asks the question: Why are men allow to expose their chests and women aren't?