9 days ago | Art
My sister and I recently stumbled into a recurring inside joke. It starts with one of us asking for a favor, to which the other will reply, “As a woman of color, I find it really problematic that you expect that kind of emotional labor from me. I ...
16 days ago | Art
If art reflects life, the art world has had a lot to deal with in the past year. It's no surprise that many local art institutions' programming reflects the identity crisis sweeping the nation. A good example are two shows that ended the Wolfsonia...
2 months ago | Art
The Miami of two decades ago would be unrecognizable to recent transplants. Back then, Wynwood was still a working-class Puerto Rican neighborhood with discount clothes and weave shops. And 20 years ago, folks were lining up to go to bars and club...
3 months ago | Art
A particularly pointed political cartoon made the rounds on Twitter and Facebook after Donald Trump took office. In it, his face, puckered in his signature duck lips, is tilted up toward a globe precariously sitting on an American flag atop a tabl...
Moonlight Screenwriter Tarell McCraney on the 305/One Festival and Miami's Unconventional Creative Scene3 months ago | Things To Do
I left Miami without knowing exactly how my hometown had affected me. I began to get an inkling with a realization about colors. Where I was in Colorado, the flowers could be paler and more delicate; the sky could be a spacey, airy blue, but nothi...
3 months ago | Things To Do
The ultimate goal for PageSlayers is to foster the next generation of writers of color in Miami. Youngsters encountering writers like MacArthur fellow and Haitian-American memoirist Edwidge Danticat and Whiting Award-winning poet Roger Reeves migh...