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The Kampong: Where Nature & Magic Collide

Or what I call my second installment of “Tales From a Local History Buff.” The name David Fairchild might ring a bell to some of you, if just for being...
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Culture Guide: Nov 16th – 30th

Cold fronts or not, things have taken off into Miami’s busiest of seasons: fall. This is the time for an overwhelming amount of options for fun happenings, culture feasts, and...
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Miami’s Artisans Have Found a New Home

In times of growth, it feels like your attention is being pulled in many directions at once, like something beautiful and uncomfortable is happening at the same time. Such is...
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The Nth Power: Sharing the Light

In the realm of inciting connection and togetherness, there is no higher power than music. In all senses of the word, music and magic are synonymous and artists are the...
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House of Creatives 2017 Recap

House of Creatives Music Festival kicked off their second year in Miami with a new venue and a stacked lineup of major headliners and local favorites alike. Moving from the...
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Giralda Avenue – Before & After

We’ve spoke about the magic over at Giralda Plaza before, from their grand opening to the neighborhood-favorite Giralda Under the Stars series, but what was it before it became the...
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7 Things a Local Actually Does on Miami Beach

For all of us from Miami, we know that the rest of the world (and even some residents) see the city as being primarily just a beach with a super...
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Two DJs Walk Into New World Symphony…

What happens when you bridge the future with the past? Magic. It might sound like the beginning of some sort of purist joke, but it’s actually a big moment for...
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Your Guide to HOC Music Festival

Photo by: Miami New Times. You’ve been hearing us talk about this weekend’s House of Creatives Music Festival for a bit now and there’s a lot of things to be...
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Prism’s Ode to Daft Punk

Let’s call them by their names: Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. Daft–Jamming a Little Too Hard and Now Ny Neck Hurts. This Song Will Stay in Your Head For...
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7 Things We’re Looking Forward to in This Cooler Weather

How many times have you wanted to do something outside in this city only to be met with a sea of “ugh it’s sooooo hot”s and “but the humidityyyyy”s? One...
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Our City Through the Lens

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Knight Foundation‘s Knight Arts Challenge and its vast spectrum of past grant winners, they’re sprinkling the city with magical moments that champion Miami’s historic...
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Why We Love Virginia Key

It’s no secret that South Florida has an unlimited access to the beach, whether manmade or untouched, the beach is a beautiful commodity our cities share in common. When paired...
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Reggae Was the Theme at the 5th Suwannee Hulaween

There’s a certain shade of glimmer that finds its way into the eyes of anyone who has experienced the magic at Spirit of the Suwannee River Music Park & Campground....
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Culture Guide: November 1st – 15th

If the nice weather hasn’t already championed, we’re finally deeper into the kind of fall that reminds us why we love living in this city. Over the next few weeks...
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Press Play Local Spotlight: Sabrina Claudio

If you haven’t heard the name Sabrina Claudio, there is no doubt you will be hearing it everywhere very soon. At only 21 years old, this young artist will be...
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“The Florida Project” is the Slice of Truth We Needed

The demand for truth in 2017 is higher than ever. Social media, free press, and entertainment are being seized more and more by stories that bleed authenticity. Ideally, this would...
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5 Can’t-Miss Bites at Seed Food & Wine Fest

Seed Food & Wine Festival is known for many amazing things, first of which includes being one of the first entirely plant-based food festivals in the country. But aside from...
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