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San Sebastian Film Festival Obsessed with Hollywood, Latino Flicks, and Food

8 years ago by Jaie Laplante
Film Fiend features dispatches from Miami International Film Festival Director, Jaie Laplante, as he scopes flicks on the indie film festival circuit. The San Sebastian Film Festival -- at 59 years old, Spain's #1 film festival event -- has a seashell for a logo, and seems pretty much to be...

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

4 months ago by Celia Almeida
The Rolling Stones, Rabbit in the Moon, Bad Bunny, and more of the best concerts in Miami this week, August 26 through September 1.

Florida Man Wingsuits From 14,000 Feet

7 months ago by Chris Joseph
Wind ripped violently through the fuselage. A man in a dark helmet and shades shouted instructions to a fellow passenger in a lemon-yellow helmet and white-framed Oakleys, but his words were drowned out by the roar, so hand signals were exchanged. The yellow-helmeted one inched toward the five-foot-wide open door,...

Miami Music Week 2019 Party Guide

9 months ago by Jose D. Duran
The big news this Miami Music Week is Ultra Music Festival's impending move to Virginia Key, along with Winter Music Conference's return to Faena Forum. However, for the average spring breaker, the end of March signals the onslaught of parties featuring a who's who of dance music's brightest talent. Though...

Hard Miami with Diplo, Tiga, and SebastiAn at Grand Central March 24

9 years ago by Jose D. Duran
Hard Miami with Diplo, Tiga, and SebastiAn at Grand Central March 24

The Desert Bride Finds Life and Love in the Stark Emptiness

2 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
The film follows Teresa (Paulina Garcia), a middle-aged woman who has spent most of her life as a live-in maid for an urbane, well-to-do Buenos Aires family

Miami Music Week 2018 Party Guide

2 years ago by Jose D. Duran
Miami Music Week, AKA Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers come to life, is almost here. It's the week when every superstar DJ/producer descends on the Magic City for seven days of nonstop partying. The parties, of course, are just the leadup to Ultra Music Festival, which is set to return to Bayfront Park March 23 through 25. But before that, there's plenty to enjoy.

The Ten Weirdest, Worst Things We Saw During Art Basel 2017 (NSFW)

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Art Basel teaches you that rich people are exceedingly weird. They're the people you see walking around San Francisco or Manhattan in Balenciaga shoes, the folks who seem really normal and put together and content to be driving their steel-gray Mercedes sedans from venture-capital pitch to venture-capital pitch.

El Bulli Veteran Najat Kaanache on Opening of Piripi: "We're Very Close"

5 years ago by Carla Torres
The Village of Merrick Park got a bit more Parisian with the opening of Pascal Oudin's Brasserie Central. The European flair will continue when El Bulli veteran Najat Kaanache opens Piripi in the ritzy outdoor mall in a couple of weeks. Piripi, which is Spanish slang for tipsy or buzzed,...

Here's All the TV Not to Miss in June Before the World Ends

3 years ago by Laura Beck
It’s summer! Time to stay inside and watch TV! Duh! I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime), June 4 Peak TV giveth, and Peak TV taketh away. And sometimes Peak TV confuses the shit outta ye. Case in point: this new drama about LA’s stand-up comedy scene in the 70s. I mean,...

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