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  • Photographer Josh Aronson's <i>Tropicana</i> Shows Miami Youth in a Colorful Light
    May 20 at 9:05 a.m.

    Photographer Josh Aronson spent a year capturing young artists and activists against South Florida's colorful backdrop for his self-published photobook Tropicana. "I was interested in depicting Florida life in nature and really kind of creating a…

  • Drone Photos Capture Miami's Empty Streets From High Above
    April 14 at 8 a.m.

    While driving around the city delivering orders for Uber Eats, photographer Gilbert Gonzalez has used his drone to document the vast emptiness of Miami's streets as residents observe the stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic. Read the…

  • Miami Streets Empty Out as People Practice Social Distancing
    March 23 at 10:31 a.m. by Karli Evans

    As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across the country, Miami residents began to practice social distancing seriously over the weekend. Most open public spaces in the city — including Wynwood, the Design District, downtown Miami,…

  • Scenes From Spring Break 2020 on Fort Lauderdale Beach
    March 17 at 7:17 p.m. by Michele Eve Sandberg

    Last weekend, as Florida residents were panicking over COVID-19, college students seem to scoff at any potential danger by hitting the beach for spring break. Young adults flocked to Fort Lauderdale Beach to enjoy the sun, cold beer, and warm…

  • The Beautiful People of Bang Model Volleyball 2020
    February 17 at 9:54 a.m. by George Martinez

    Miami's modeling agency took to the sands of South Beach to battle it out at the annual Bang Model Volleyball tournament. Taking over the President's Day weekend, crowds turned up to watch beautiful serve, spike, and dive right on the beach in…

  • Gay8 Festival Celebrates LGBTQ and Latinx Pride in Little Havana
    February 17 at 8:29 a.m. by Carina Mask

    LGBTQ+ festival Gay8 returned to Calle Ocho on Sunday, February 16, for a full day of live music, dancing, local vendors, Miami's best street food, and a celebration of Hispanic queer culture. Photography by Carina Mask.

  • The Queer People of Wigwood 2020
    February 10 at 9:52 a.m. by Karli Evans

    An invasive species of queer creatures invaded Miami for the fourth-annual Wigwood Festival. Starting at Club Space on Friday night, February 7, and finishing up at Gramps Wynwood on Saturday, February 8, this year's lineup featured an eclectic mix…

  • Daybreaker Miami Celebrates Chinese New Year on the Beach
    January 27 at 9:08 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    On Saturday, January 25, Daybreaker Miami brought its party with a wellness twist to the sands behind the Faena Miami Beach. The event celebrated Chinese New Year with a yoga session on the beach and a party at dusk to welcome the Year of the Rat.…

  • Scenes From Art Deco Weekend 2020
    January 21 at 10:46 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    On Sunday, January 19, Art Deco Weekend winded down a weekend-long celebration of Miami Beach's art deco legacy. From music, architecture tours, and a market, tourists and locals alike flocked to Ocean Drive to enjoy the mild weather and the early…

  • NYE 2020: Revelers Welcome the New Year in Wynwood
    January 1 at 12:39 p.m. by Michael Campina

    While exorbitant cover charges at the nightclubs are the norm on New Year's Eve, Miami partygoers always have the annual Wynwood NYE event to fall back on. The free event at Wynwood Marketplace offered music, party favors, food, and more while…

  • The Fashion at Miami Art Week 2019
    December 9 at 9:58 a.m. by Karli Evans

    A collection of some of the best street style and fashion looks New Times came across at art fairs and nightlife events during Miami Art Week 2019. Photography by Karli Evans.

  • Miami Art Week 2019: Highlights From the Satellite Fairs
    December 9 at 9:54 a.m. by Karli Evans

    This is a collection of some of the most interesting work New Times found this year at satellite fairs Untitled, NADA, Design Miami, and Scope during Miami Art Week 2019. Photography by Karli Evans.

  • First Look at Art Basel 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center
    December 5 at 8:18 a.m. by George Martinez

    On Wednesday, December 4, Art Basel held its preview day at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Collectors and experts roamed the convention center floor, where over 260 galleries from around the world gathered to showcase some of the best…

  • The NightGarden Returns to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens
    November 15 at 4:19 p.m. by Daniella Mía

    After a successful debut in 2018, the NightGarden reemerged at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens in Coral Gables. With more lights and surprises this year, the NightGarden is looking to attract even more visitors throughout the holiday season.…

  • Halloween 2019: Ghouls and Goblins Take Over Wynwood
    November 1 at 2:02 p.m. by Michael Campina

    On Thursday, October 31, Wynwood was once again Miami's Halloween central as more than 120,000 people descended on the neighborhood ready to party. HalloWyn served as the main hangout for everyone to show off their costumes and dance until the…

  • Halloween 2019: The Costumed Revelers on Lincoln Road
    November 1 at 9:10 a.m. by Karli Evans

    On Halloween night, Lincoln Road swarmed with a sea of strange creatures and colorful characters. The popular promenade was blocked off to cars with DJ booths poised along the intersecting streets so the mass of monsters was free to wander the…

  • Hialeah Pride 2019 Brings a Splash of Color to Suburbia
    October 14 at 9:49 a.m. by Karli Evans

    Hialeah Pride took over the historic Hialeah Park on Sunday, October 13, for a day of celebrating LGBTQ culture with live music and drag performances for the local community. This year set a special precedent as two women exchanged vows and got…

  • The Luminosa Chinese Lantern Festival Illuminates Jungle Island
    October 4 at 9:16 a.m. by Karli Evans

    Jungle Island held a preview of its spectacular new Chinese Lantern Festival Luminosa on Thursday, October 3. The exhibit stretches across 13 acres with over 1,000,000 LEDs lighting larger-than-life plants, animals, and insects that weave…

  • Early-Risers Celebrate the '90s With Daybreaker at Club Space
    September 23 at 9:08 a.m. by Daniella Mía

    Usually, the reason people are at Club Space at 10 a.m. is that the music hasn't stopped pounding from the terrace from the night before. However, on Saturday, September 21, Daybreaker hosted its '90s Back to School event at the 11th Street…

  • Miami Artists Take Over Downtown for Collabo 6 All In
    September 16 at 9:53 a.m. by Monica McGivern

    On Friday, September 13, over 100 artists presented work for Collabo 6 All In, a one-night show presented in downtown Miami. Hundreds of attendees traversed a now-defunct three-story Payless shoe store on Flagler Avenue in conjunction with the Mana…


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