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Brooklyn Band Turkuaz Brings a Rainbow of Influences to Miami Beach

The first thing you notice about Turkuaz is the colors: Each band member — and there are nine of them — wears a different bright hue when performing. “It started when we were looking for some kind of cohesive wardrobe…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 23, 2019

Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Rum and Beer Dinners, Earth Day, and Frita Wednesdays

This week, Crafted by Corsair returns with a four-course beer pairing dinner with M.I.A. Beer Company, Phuc Yea hosts a guided four-course rum dinner, restaurants and bars celebrate Earth Day, and Drunken Dragon launches Frita Wednesdays. EXPAND Soul Tavern will…

0 Comments / 1 View / April 22, 2019

Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: 4/20, Knaus Berry Farm, Free Kegs, and Easter

This weekend, Veza Sur hosts a keg scavenger hunt, Knaus Berry Farm closes for season, Miami brewers celebrate 4/20 with special events and beer releases, and restaurants offer Easter brunches and specials. Free Keg Scavenger Hunt at Veza Sur. This…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 19, 2019

Shop for Zines in a Suburban Parking Lot at West Kendall Zine Fest

In 2017, José Atencio, owner of Milly’s Empanada Factory, and friends Bryan Herrero and Andre Alvarez set out to entice Miamians to come out west. Their goal: to showcase the wealth of talent emerging from the suburb of Kendall with…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 18, 2019

Outshine Film Festival 2019: What to See and What to Skip

Wild Nights With Emily. Biopics typically choose to maintain the popular image of their subject, one that’s typically a toned down version of reality. Madeleine Olnek’s Wild Nights With Emily, on the other hand, upends traditional ideas of Emily Dickinson…

0 Comments / 1 View / April 17, 2019

Sheila Hicks Provides Plenty to Contemplate at the Bass

After over 50 years of making and exhibiting art, Sheila Hicks has learned the secret to an enduring art show. “I like to broaden the audience range here,” she reflects, “and the secret is: benches.” The point of the benches…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 17, 2019

PAMM’s Beatriz Gonzalez Retrospective Celebrates a Colombian Art Powerhouse

Beatriz González isn’t a familiar name for many American art lovers — but it should be. The Colombian artist’s career spans more than half a century, challenging power structures in her homeland and earning her a place among Latin America’s…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 16, 2019

The Best 4/20 Parties and Events in Miami

Marijuana is slowly becoming legalized, but remnants of its underground, illegitimate status can be hard to shake off. That’s why so many herbal enthusiasts still treat April 20, or 4/20, as a national holiday, simply because “4/20” has become a…

0 Comments / 0 View / April 16, 2019

The Best Easter Egg Hunts in Miami

It’s Easter egg hunting season. Time for the young’uns to fend for themselves and search for plastic eggs, armed only with plastic baskets and their hunting prowess. The strongest scavengers will reap the most candy-filled rewards, the way nature intended….

0 Comments / 1 View / April 15, 2019

Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Phuc Yea Cooking Class, Cake Thai at No Name Chinese, and a Beer Concert

This week, Cake Thai returns to No Name Chinese for a one-night-only collaboration dinner, Phuc Yea hosts its first cooking class, Veza Sur teams up with the New World Center for an evening of beer and music, and Steak 954 offers a…

0 Comments / 1 View / April 15, 2019