Ticket Giveaway: J Balvin at The AAA on 10/28

The time has come for another round of music loving, and we’re really excited for this giveaway! Your girls have got your back for a special ticket giveaway for J... read more

Culture Guide: October 16th – 31st

And we thought the first half of October in Miami was killer, the second half is an absolute monster. Halloween not included. The rest of the month is filled to... read more

7 Fun Facts About the Movie ‘Purple Rain’

There’s never a wrong time for a tribute to the late, great, funkmaster himself: Prince. Over 34 years ago, his crowning cinematic jewel, Purple Rain was released and our hips... read more

The 5 Suwannee Hulaween Acts We Can’t Wait to See

While the rest of the country spends their Halloween festivities sweating profusely in something polyester, we escape to the woods for the annual Suwannee Hulaween where we get our musical... read more

Prism’s Monthly Spotify Playlist: October

Break out the pumpkins and get your spider webs ready because October is here and you know what that means: it’s about to get weird. Now that summer has officially... read more

Culture Guide: October 1st – 15th

We might still be experiencing pretty summer-like weather, but it’s time to get hyped about fall. The new season brings about a vibrant uptick in Miami’s events and fun things... read more

Ticket Giveaway: Jessie Reyez at The Ground 11/2

The time has come for another round of music loving, and we’re really excited for this giveaway! Your girls got your back for a special ticket giveaway for Jessie Reyez’s... read more

Escape to this Charming Overtown Bed & Breakfast

Not long after the construction of the 395, one of Miami’s most historically vibrant neighborhoods stood all but forgotten. Overtown has been seen by many as a transitional space, connecting... read more

Our Round-Up of Quintessential North Beach Gems

Not too long ago we embarked on the (somewhat confusing) task of breaking down the Northern neighborhoods in Miami’s map. We took a deeper look at North Miami and North... read more

A New Perspective: Argentina Through the Eyes of Juana Molina

The funny thing about cultures and their traditions is that it sometimes boxes up entire countries under a singular image. Argentina, for example, brings about images of Tango dancers, asados,... read more

Culture Guide: September 16th – 30th

The time has come people, to say goodbye to summer in Miami. The days are already getting darker sooner, but that doesn’t mean we’ve got to be sad about it.... read more

On Art and Gender with YoungArts Alum, Laganja Estranja

Art is the ultimate portal through which we can not only express our truest selves, but also connect with our fellow beings near and far in an unspoken language of... read more

Commissioner Aims to Break Down the Barriers of Art Collecting

A distinct shift in consciousness is occurring in Miami as the arts begin to receive the caliber of attention they deserve. This rise in creative opportunities and platforms–expedited by large-scale... read more

Local Roasters, Deco Coffee Co. Unveil Allapattah Roastery & Cafe

The buzz on Allapattah has been bubbling for a while now, and we’re excited to see some notable movement taking place. The Wynwood neighbor will soon be home to the... read more

7 Downtown Miami Gems to Start Hitting Up On the Regular

As Miami continues to mature all-around, every neighborhood seems to be stepping up their culinary caliber and hangout game. Even Downtown, our most saturated yet underutilized area, is coming out... read more

Prism’s Spotify Monthly Playlist: September

A new month has dawned on us and you know what that means, fresh tunes to get you through it. Before you follow the masses and get bummed about summer... read more

Culture Guide: September 1st – 15th

Before everyone starts celebrating that fall is officially here, let’s remember that we still have 22 days of summer left. That means more than enough time to get the lazy... read more

Present Bakery: A New Gift to Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is nothing if not one of the friendliest neighborhoods in town. With its oak-lined trees and low-rise shops, it’s easily navigable by anyone — local or otherwise. Somehow... read more