13 days 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 Scene19 days 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...
23 days 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...
29 days ago | Art
Before Solo cups became the stuff of beer pong and mystery punch in the realm of teenage iconography, they were the conduits of makeshift fence signage. Messages like "CONGRATS CLASS OF '18" and "GO FALCONS" are spelled out by plastic circles in f...
1 month ago | Art
Growing up in Miami is difficult to explain unless you've lived it. Like most millennials native to South Florida, Audrey Gair found this out after moving away to Baltimore to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art. "I was totally struc...
2 months ago | Art
Before Kanye stumbled his way into stating that slavery “sounds like a choice,” it was something of an exercise in fifth-grade history class to ask yourself what you would have done in times of injustice. Would you have spit at young black childre...