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.
9 days ago | Culture
When Seminole artist and master canoe carver Pedro Zepeda begins a project, he starts by finding just the right tree. Traditionally, a dugout canoe is made from a single cypress log. Walking around Big Cypress Seminole Reservation, Zepeda typicall...
28 days ago | Art
Michael Soto's Department of Reflection invites everyday citizens to join the conversation about climate change.
1 month ago | Miami Music
Melinda Rodriguez wants to make “real, old-school jazz” cool again. The 23-year-old Miami native is getting her chance to show the world what she’s made of on this season of The Voice.
2 months ago | Art
From street flooding after summer rainstorms to king tide deluges in Miami Beach, the effects of sea-level rise are already being felt in Miami-Dade. Mangroves could stem them.
2 months ago | Concerts
Dorian Electra kicked off their first headlining tour at Gramps Sunday night.