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Love Burn Brought Group Hugs, Raver Fashion, and Dinosaur Installations to Virginia Key

3 years ago by Celia Almeida
It was difficult to guess which brand of hippie or freak you'd find at the survivalist weekend festival Love Burn, Florida's only official Burning Man event. Was this just another generation of wasted kids like the ones Pete Townshend maligned in the Who's "Baba O Riley"? Or were they truly looking for deeper connections with art, with one another, and with nature?
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"Black Gold": Rolando Peña Examines Humanity Through a Crude-Oil Lens

4 years ago by Nate Rabner
Crude oil seems like an unlikely inspiration for an unearthly experience — until you see it as Rolando Peña does. In his video Sacred Fire, computer-generated barrels rise, fall, stack, and shatter, accompanied by eerie audio from outer space, courtesy of NASA. For Peña, the dazzling display evokes the cosmic...
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It carries rare Nike SBs and retro Jordans. It carries a dozen high- and low-top Adidas kicks. It carries a display of Nike Dunks with more colors than a Timothy Leary acid trip. It carries early-release Jordans alongside sneakers from Diamond Supply, Vans, and Obey. It carries flat-brimmed NBA hats...
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Republican House Speaker's New Favorite Tune Is an Anti-Reagan Campaign Song

12 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
The Buzz reports that Larry Cretul, the Republican speaker of the state house, will apparently now be humming the Beatles' "Come Together" all day. He found it on the Internet radio app Pandora. "It's a Beatles song and it's called 'Come Together.' If you hear me humming it from the podium...
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The Ten Best Comedy Acts in Miami in 2015

6 years ago by Miami New Times staff
If you're looking to get your funny bone tickled, then 2015 is going to be a good year. This year the Magic City plays host to some marquee comics from mainstream, observational comics like Jerry Seinfeld and Seth Meyers to improv groups like The Groundlings and Second City and funny...
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Moore Haring, Please

8 years ago by Ily Goyanes
During the early ’80s, New York was a cultural incubator of sorts. The city cultivated the likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and Keith Haring, hatched them out into the world, and forever changed our visual landscape. The work of Warhol and Haring is ubiquitous — nary a day goes...
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Beyond the Black Rainbow: A Delightful Sensory Overload of References and Tones

8 years ago by Mark Holcomb
Beyond the Black Rainbow: A Delightful Sensory Overload of References and Tones
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The Better Half of Movies

10 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
Timothy Leary said, “Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition.” He might be right, but still, it would be nice to see ladies represent more than just 7 percent of all film directors. That’s where the Women’s International Film Festival comes in with its mission to promote...
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Bright Light Social Hour on the Next Album and Writing a Song for Texas' Wendy Davis

7 years ago by David Rolland
Even if Wendy Davis loses her bid to be governor of Texas, she can be proud that her political career inspired a great song. Just as the Beatles wrote "Come Together" in honor of Timothy Leary's campaign to be governor of California, the members of Bright Light Social Hour wrote...
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Seven Years of Safe Miami: "Leading People Who Trust Us Into the Unknown"

6 years ago by Sean Levisman
Miami's underground dance music scene owes many hard-working local promotions visionaries, many of which have come and gone. But one crew that has stood the test of time, while standing out for its bold, forward-thinking musical programming, is SAFE. Since launching in 2006, these trailblazing tastemakers have introduced Miami to...

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