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Yield for the hummus at Dizengoff

So hummus is a thing for us at Prism. When we aren’t culture crusading or supporting local, we are eating hummus. Is that an exaggeration? Maybe, but probably not. So...
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The OG Miami Bands Still Killing it Today

Miami’s music scene is something of an anomaly. Through the consistent cycles of closed venues and emigrating talent, passion and hope for our city’s musical future has still pushed through...
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A Perfect Miami Day, according to Meli Sanchez

Meet Meli Sanchez: one of the girls behind Geek Girl Brunch, shop owner of Geek Girl Gang, geek chic blogger at Melificent, and new Mom – all while still holding...
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Support Local Collaboration

Support Local is not only the action you take to be a consumer of local goods and services, but it also is the act of collaborating and working together for...
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Press Play: Ha Ha Tonka

Indie rockers Ha Ha Tonka are the cool dudes of the Midwest music scene. The quintet, who are originally know as Amsterband, have not lost their energy and vibrancy as...
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Prism Tastes: The Brick Summer Menu

Having a true connection to what’s on your plate and ultimately in your stomach is in high demand now, although we’re still wondering where it ever got lost. In light...
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The Badass Ladies of Game of Thrones Season 7 Premiere

For those of you who don’t watch “Game of Thrones” I must apologize on behalf of my fellow fantasy nerds for filling up your feeds about last night’s season 7...
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Culture Guide: July 16th – 31st

In between the rains and sweaty weather, Miami still knows how to make the best of what it’s got going on–and what it has is absolutely awesome (if we may...
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Bookstore’s back, alright!

There are some great changes coming to a Coconut Grove staple. The last we heard, The Bookstore in the Grove would be closing it’s doors at the end of June....
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These Are The 9 Shows You Can’t Miss at Arsht Next Season

The Adrienne Arsht Center has been the cultural shell housing some of the best artistry to come to Miami for over 10 years now, and they’re not stopping. It’s our...
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Press Play: Priests

D.C. punks, Priests, are the no b.s. band that have exploded into the music scene. With zero filters, they are not afraid to challenge any sort of authority, which is...
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Pamela Wasabi’s Idea of a Perfect Day in Miami

Cover photo by: @christinafreakingvo Mother, Food Artist and Educator, and Baker Pamela Wasabi has dedicated years to learning about plant based cooking. You’ve probably seen her cookies and brownies at...
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What Really Happens When You Support Local

(Photo: JORGE DE LA TORRIENTE – www.delagallery.com) When you choose to support local businesses you make more of an impact on your community than you know. Supporting local entities helps keep...
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TICKET GIVEAWAY: Khalid SOLD OUT 8/02!

That’s right! The SOLD OUT Khalid show happening on August 2nd at The Fillmore has a few more spaces thanks to yours truly. We’re giving away a pair of tickets...
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When a Puerto Rican Goes to Her First Baseball Game

I’ve never been into sports. In high school, I had an arsenal of excuses to get out of gym class and if I ever did participate, I put in minimal...
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The Hidden Gems of Coral Gables

When we think of culture and history, Coral Gables is one of the first neighborhoods that comes to mind. It’s an encapsulation of Miami’s artistic identity, a remnant of what...
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How You Can Support Your Local Economy Right Now

To many of us, supporting our local economy is second nature, and entirely necessary for personal connection with our home city. But for most of our fellow residents, it’s hard...
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Press Play: The Murlocs

When you mix together gritty, old-school soul and soft psychedelic rock you get The Murlocs. You would think this band came straight out of California during the Summer of Love...
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