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Prism Tastes: Dinner at Threefold Café

Consensus: With exceptional service being such a surprising rarity in Miami, Threefold Cafe is making it the norm we’ve been yearning for all along– bringing the mom and pop feel...
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Miami’s Never Moved Like This

We get it. Out of all the things Miami is worldly known for, its public transportation system may not be at the top of the list. Or on the list...
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Album Review: Alysha Brilla – “Human”

When there is violence and hate, you have to create something beautiful, and do it passionately and intensely.  It is the only pain killer that seems to heal this aching...
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Culture Guide: August 1st – 15th

August is a bizarre month in Miami. It’s not full summer, not yet autumn, with nightly breezes swishing the day’s humidity away. People are reluctantly prepping their their minds for...
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5 Unexpected Favorites at The Raddest Craft Fair

Okay, we know. When you think of “crafts” you think of Etsy and hundreds of Pinterest boards about rustic-themed weddings. But who says getting creative has to be tied to...
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Recent Grads, This One’s for You

  Let’s just take a moment to talk about the bigger picture behind our post-grad situation. I graduated college two months ago and am still job-less. I’ll admit it, I’ve...
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West Elm Supports Local, Miami Flea Style

It’s not often that we hear words like “community” and “support” in the same breath as big name brands and retail stores. But we’re proud to have discovered that tons...
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Summer Reading: Della Heiman of The Wynwood Yard’s Picks

Most of us have it in our heads that summer time is a period of relaxation and dusting off the old to-do lists here and there. That series you want...
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Prism Tastes: Alloy Bistro Gourmet

Or “How 3 Childhood Friends Fostered Miami’s Hidden Gem” Consensus: Very few established locales have captured the true essence of their cultural persona as authentically as Alloy Bistro Gourmet has,...
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Miami’s First Traveling Performing Arts Wagon

Living in Miami, we see a lot of strange things when out and about in the city. But have you ever seen a bonafide gypsy wagon complete with banjos, vintage...
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How to “Flea” Like a Veteran

Live in Miami? Just show up. We kid, we kid. But seriously, whether you’re Miami-bred or a passionate transplant, if you don’t like complaining about things the city lacks and...
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One Night Stay: Yve Hotel Miami

For local Miamians and curious travelers, Downtown Miami is a tide pool of cultural congestion, with some of the city’s greatest institutions crammed together like some sort of bumping creative...
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Album Review: Michael Kiwanuka – “Love & Hate”

Every so often we are ordained with an artist who can take us on a voyage of sonic expanses while embodying something intimate yet so universal at the same time....
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Book Review: “Nec(Romantic)” by Cathleen Chambless

Miami isn’t just a place where writers vacation or die—we’re here living and writing about our magic city. Organizations from O, Miami to Reading Queer show how dope our city...
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Culture Guide: July 16th – 31st

Can you believe July is already nearing its end? You can sense the dwindling vacation and the return of hectic morning traffic on the horizon, but let’s not jump ahead...
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Summer Reading: Top Picks by The New Tropic

Remember the long list of age-old classics you were required to “read” over summer vacation? It may have been a frantic cliff notes situation the week before school began for...
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Get Independent: Movie Theaters + Transit

Located all over the city from Miami Beach, to Little Havana, to Wynwood, to even as far south as Cutler Bay, these babies are offering you things mainstream cinemas could...
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Prism Tastes: Brickell’s Baby Jane

Consensus: It might be ahead of its time at its current Brickell location, but the elevated bar food at this speakeasy escape makes Baby Jane one of the more exciting...
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