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Nu Deco Ensemble at Global Cuba Fest 2017

The week is looking bright as Global Cuba Fest (GCF) 2017 is set to kick off its month-long rumba in Miami and we’ve got official scoop on it. Let’s back...
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Electric Kif’s HEIST

Miami is known for breeding some of the most unique and diverse musicians and Electric Kif is no exception. Their progressive, instrumental music is a fusion of cosmic funk, jazz,...
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Support Local: Grove & Anchor

When we think of furniture, it’s easy to overlook them as random objects that we use everyday. The creamy white poplar-wooded desk we spend hours slumped over penning our 2017...
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Where We’ll Be: Prism’s March Events

We don’t take the term “Culture Crusaders” lightly. Especially since we’re the ones parading the name across the city. While we do spend a lot of time celebrating the awesome...
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How to Hit Miami Film Festival Like a Local

We know Miami Film Festival is all about, well, the movies. But if you’re going to be making an effort to get out of the house, why not make a...
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Culture Guide: March 1st – 15th

We can all agree that Spring is already upon us since Winter technically never happened this year. Don’t get us wrong, this noticeably less humid weather does call for some...
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What If Miami Didn’t Have a Film Festival?

Similar question: What if Miami didn’t have Art Basel? Art, music, film–all of these creative pillars host a turnkey celebration featuring their best and brightest every year in Miami. From Miami...
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Okeechobee Music Festival is All About The Experiences

Music shouldn’t be the sole focus of a festival. If you’ve been to the likes of Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Burning Man, you know that the main stages are great,...
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Press Play: Ten Fé

Who would have ever guessed that a chance encounter at a house party in London would lead to the creation of musical duo Ten Fé? The U.K. group has created melodic...
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Catch These Acts at Okeechobee Before They Get Main Stage Level

Yeah, we’re not looking at the first line on the lineup…or even the fifth. We’re talking about the little guys holding it down from 8th line and below. These are...
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What If Small Businesses Could Stay Open in Miami?

Just close your eyes and picture it. Small businesses, local restaurants, mixed-use spaces filled with the work of passionate artisans; our streets a vibrant collection of entrepreneurial efforts that are...
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Gender and Racial Gaps Are a Real Thing

It’s true. As an all-female company ourselves, we’ve all experienced first-hand the double standards, exclusivity, and divisions that exist in the creative industries for women. But we’re also very passionate,...
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Culture Guide: February 16th – 26th

Culture Guide: February 16th – 28th If you haven’t gotten used to Miami as a cultural powerhouse, you really need to do what Miamians do best and jump on that...
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Does Miami Really Need Another Festival?

Yes, but you actually have to show up. Have you ever wondered why some of your favorite artists have canceled shows here? More often than not, it’s low ticket sales....
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YoungArts Salon Series: DISCOVERY & EMERGING TALENT

What do this year’s Oscar-nominated playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight), actress Viola Davis (Fences), and composer Jason Moran (13th) have in common? They found their passion at a critical time...
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F+M Festival Recap

This past weekend, the North Beach Bandshell played host to the inaugural F+M Festival, which  was a mix of music-seekers and food and beverage connoisseurs. Weather was definitely a challenge...
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Our Favorite Bob Marley Covers

It’s hard to even come close to his magnetic energy, but Bob Marley has received a huge influx of tributes by artists all around the world. Just like his music,...
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Breaking Tradition with House of Waters

Take a family heirloom. Maybe it’s a classic time piece or an intricate locket, and break it apart to see what’s inside. Deep within the hours of hand-crafted laboring and...
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