Suzannah Friscia is a freelance arts and culture journalist based in Miami. She has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, Dance Magazine, Pointe, and other publications and earned a master's degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.
2 days ago | Animals
Because more people are working from home because of the coronavirus crisis, many are deciding to foster shelter pets in need.
7 days ago | Culture
As many of Miami's arts and culture organizations have closed, locals are questioning how people will experience art during this time.
19 days ago | Culture
Employees with the city's arenas and performance venues have found themselves without a source of income amid the global pandemic.
27 days ago | Celebrities
The "Bad Guy" pop star showed her nice side while playing with some of the Magic City's most adorable pets up for adoption.
2 months ago | Stage
The interactive stage show and Miami history lesson is turning its attention to North Beach for its newest iteration.
3 months ago | Art
Back in 2014, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, presented their very first exhibition: an installation by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes called “Sanitorium.” In the exhibit, visitors were guided by volunteers who had been trained by the artist...