If you're a regular New Times reader, you're probably familiar with Voice Places, the listings engine that powers the paper's reviews, events calendar, and more. Scratch that -- you were familiar with Voice Places in its old form. Today, the site has launched a redesign geared toward maximum benefit to readers -- including the opportunity for you to review your favorite (and not-so-favorite) theaters, museums, and more.
Let's just say you ain't seen nothing yet.
The powerful new Voice Places comes with a whole host of upgrades, including:
- Cleaner design with editorial and reader reviews brought to the fore
- More lateral links between pages
- A blog section to keep the homepage fresh
- Integration with Foursquare
- Trending events and locations
- Improved photo galleries
See for yourself. Now, Voice Places offers more information on arts venues around the city, plus added photos and the chance to find out what your fellow Miamians have to say. If you're already a Cultist commenter, you can take the new site for a spin right now. If not, well, what are you waiting for? Signing up is easy.
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