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Patricia Engel

To read Patricia Engel is to be transported. Simply take the first line of her most recent novel, The Veins of the Ocean, and you'll understand: "The Rickenbacker Bridge suspended across Biscayne Bay was full of night fishermen leaning on the railings, catching up on gossip over beer and fishing...
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

3 years ago by Jesse Scott
From Lana del Rey to Wigwood, these are the best things to do in Miami the week of February 1 through 7.
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The Museum of Ice Cream Channels Miami Millennials' Cravings

3 years ago by Deirdre Mendoza
Maryellis Bunn, the wunderkind creative director behind the Museum of Ice Cream, opined in a New York Magazine article earlier this year that "advertising is dead." What she meant, according to the story, is that advertising of the skirt-chasing Mad Men era is over, leaving in its wake Bunn and...
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

3 years ago by Taylor Estape
Employing elements of both classical painting and magical realism, Edouard Duval-Carrié explores the culture and history of his home in 37 new paintings and sculptures collected by PhD and professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, Anthony Bogues. "Metamorphosis" continues the artist's scrutiny of Haiti's contemporary social and political...
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I'm Still Angry There's Not a Mural of Bacon in Space at Miami's Airport

4 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Throughout the history of any city, lots of people have lots of ideas about how to improve and enrich the town. Of the few ideas that are realized, we cherish the good and learn to live with the bad. Of the many that are never implemented, most are long forgotten.  However,...
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Yell at Dr. Strange

9 years ago by Camille Lamb
Just days after Halloween, witness a quiet, threatening beast that has struck fear in the hearts of millions: the wild artist. ​The Cabinet of Dr. Strange is an art installation and performance created by Livio Tragtenberg, a Brazilian composer and Guggenheim Foundation Fellow. It will be at Lincoln Road and...
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

Thursday The year 2016 has been rather tumultuous for Wynwood, but not even Zika could put a damper on the galleries, restaurants, and watering holes that make up Miami's artsy, mural-covered neighborhood. Sure, it was a challenge, but local businesses, including the Wynwood Yard...
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Robert Fontaine Opens New Art Space in Wynwood as Other Galleries Relocate

4 years ago by Nate Rabner
Robert Fontaine has a lot to celebrate. The gallerist has just moved into a new, multifaceted art space in Wynwood, an upgrade from the boxy shop he used to call home. His latest exhibit, "Decadent City," combines the works of artists he represents and those who've appeared on his walls...
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Artist Carlos Motta Revives Latin America's Queer Culture With "Histories for the Future" at PAMM

4 years ago by Neil Vazquez
In 1803, Martina Parra, a poor Colombian woman, was accused of being a hermaphrodite by her female lover, Juana Maria. Under Spanish colonialism, such a condition was considered a crime against nature and punishable by law. The false accusation sent Parra into an invasive legal process including a lengthy trial...
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Proposed Museum Park Conservancy Could Give Miami a Signature Park

5 years ago by Trevor Bach
There's no better real estate in Miami than the 30 acres of downtown waterfront space just south of the Pérez Art Museum Miami. But in its current iteration, the rectangular block known as Museum Park is pretty much a waste — an exposed, feature-less patch of shrubby grass that's great...

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