Julienne Gage is a Miami-based anthropologist and journalist who has worked as a reporter and as a civil rights and international aid communications specialist in the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Europe. Her fieldwork has exposed her to many forms of cultural expression, and during her master’s in anthropology, she studied at Cuba’s Center for the Investigation and Development of Cuban Music. www.juliennegage.com
2 days ago | Art
In "The Visual Life of Social Affliction," Caribbean artists explore some of their region's greatest social concerns for an exhibit at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.
8 days ago | Concerts
The legendary Cuban salsa artist will be taking the stage at the North Beach Bandshell on Saturday, November 30.
2 months ago | Concerts
The Haitian band RAM, which Richard A. Morse founded three decades ago in Port-au-Prince, brings its brand of Haitian rock to the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach.
2 months ago | Culture
The 35th-annual Miami Carnival has taken on a special resonance after Hurricane Dorian decimated parts of the Bahamas.
11 years ago
Even if you have spent only a couple of nights out on the local music scene, your ears have likely taken in the smooth sounds of Buffalo Brown's guitar playing. He is one of Miami's most sought-after axe men, in a typical night traveling across to...