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Miranda July's Kajillionaire Isn't for Everyone — and That's OK

1 month ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
Kajillionaire delves into the loneliness that comes with being treated like an adult your entire life.

Yesterday & Today Records Adjusts to the "New Normal"

3 months ago by Julian Balboa
Yesterday & Today goes Marie Kondo on the clutter and reopens.

Farmers and Wholesalers Offering Produce and Meat to the Public During Coronavirus Pandemic

6 months ago by Juliana Accioly
Skip the supermarket visit by having local farmers and retailers sell you meat and produce directly, for pickup and/or delivery.

Eyes on Miami: Diplo, Alec Monopoly, Pamela Anderson, Karolína Kurková, and Others

11 months ago by World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,...

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Pop-Tarts Doughnut, Cracked by Adrianne, and Tiki Cocktails

1 year ago by Clarissa Buch
This week, Adrianne Calvo's food truck concept, Cracked by Chef Adrianne, opens a permanent brick-and-mortar in South Miami, and the Salty Donut unveils a limited-edition back-to-school doughnut. Plus, bartenders from Broken Shaker and Kyu team up for a late-night bar event offering tiki cocktails and free food.

NRA Sends Letter Condemning Gun-Control "Extremists" to Family of Parkland Victim

2 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
On Wednesday morning, Parkland dad Fred Guttenberg posted a photo of the letter his family received from the NRA condemning gun-control "extremists" who "threaten your individual liberties." Guttenberg responded, "My daughter was the only one to lose freedom."

Us Shows Off Jordan Peele's Brilliance, While Out of Blue Is a Lynchian Treat

2 years ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
Us. There’s something deeply satisfying about watching Jordan Peele’s Us unfold. It’s a film that wears its influences on its sleeve — everything from Alfred Hitchcock to Invasion of the Body Snatchers, with a bit of an oddball leaning a la Richard Kelly, albeit in a more palatable, less thematically ambitious fashion...

Music Shapes Miami Restaurants

2 years ago by Wendy Rhodes
If you're walking through Wynwood and see a tangle of neon lights suspended over a small bar while Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" blares overhead, go on in. You're at Alter. You can chill out to some Talking Heads and Doobie Brothers while you dine on Australian winter black truffles. Be prepared...

Inside Tim Canova's Bernie-Fueled Bid to Upset U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

4 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
It's May 13, just after 6:30 p.m., and a grimy Fort Lauderdale Denny's reeks of cooking grease and industrial disinfectant when Tim Canova busts through the door. He's trailed by a small team of handlers. An audience of about 20 ACLU members awaits him at a banquet table and surrounding...

Weezer, "Africa," and the State of the Cover Version

2 years ago by Douglas Markowitz
What a cover of Toto's "Africa" can mean for the music industry.

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