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Support Local: Paulie Gee’s Miami

Truthfully, I cannot think of any subject in this world, more so in the realm of food that is more divisive than pizza. Or, to be more specific, whether New... read more

Why Classical Music is Still Relevant

In a digital age where new streaming services and musical platforms are sprouting up seemingly on the daily, where every artist and genre compete with each other for ear time,... read more

Culture Guide: April 16th – 30th

Just when you thought Miami couldn’t get more busy, the second half of April came around and your social calendar just got crazy packed. It seems like all of Miami’s... read more

Support Local: MKT by bazbaz

After twenty-three years of living in New York and constantly hearing people in Manhattan say “I wanna make it first, and then I’ll give back”, Albert Price, leader of by bazbaz... read more

Tastes Like L.A. by Las Cafeteras

Hailing from Los Angeles, Las Cafeteras are releasing their latest album Tastes Like L.A., which is a mixture of the sights and sounds of the City of Angels while mixing in their... read more

Why We Love Our Co-Working Space

As entrepreneurs, our schedules and day-to-day necessities don’t fall within your usual professional construct. While most of the world is winding down, our creative juices are just beginning to flow,... read more

Raquel Sofia “Ron de Azúcar”

Raquel Sofia, one of Miami’s most prominent modern Latin artists and overall badass lady, has just released her latest single, “Ron De Azúcar.” Having previously performed backing vocals for Juanes... read more

Bringing the Stage to Life with Magda Giannikou

Being a talented musician is one thing, but knowing how to command a crowd and tell a story with your music is a whole other beast altogether. Reeling souls in,... read more

Miami Gem: Craft Cafe SoBe

Continuing on our quest as Culture Crusaders, we’re uncovering and discovering the gems that make Miami so great. We came across this sweet spot recently and just have to share.... read more

Breaking Down “Nufonia Must Fall”

Part puppet show, part epic live score, “Nufonia Must Fall” from the Canadian wunderkind DJ Kid Koala, is an emotional showcasing of love, life, and self-reflection that uses a tone... read more

Support Local: Simple Florals

Photo by Daniel Lateulade When living in Florida, one doesn’t expect to experience the seasons beyond the slight variations of hot, hotter and hottest. And yet, spring evokes in us,... read more

Prism’s April Events

No matter how hard you don’t want to believe it or are fighting against it, Miami is changing. For many of us working hard to ensure that the city’s future... read more

Culture Guide: April 1st – 15th

March has been a seasonably active month in our city, with festivals celebrating music and movies, and tons of events that made our calendars full for days. As we enter... read more

Women in Music

In the words of Audre Lorde, “women are powerful and dangerous.” Where would we be without artists like Stevie Nicks, Alanis Morissette, Annie Lennox, Debbie Harry, and other female sound... read more

Your Friendly Neighborhood Culture Crusaders

cru·sad·er – /kro͞oˈsādər/ (noun) – a person who campaigns vigorously for change. Something’s shifting in Miami and we all can feel it. Whether it’s creative, developmental, or even just energy-driven,... read more

The Vagabond Spirit is Alive and Well in Miami

The scene is Miami, the year is 1989. The city was in the early stages of its renaissance, a village comprised of incredible people inventing, and in some cases, re-inventing... read more

Support Local: Talking with Della Heiman

Two years ago, Della Heiman moved to Miami from Boston with a business plan and a desire to change the way we eat. It was no small task, and yet... read more

The 10 Prince Songs You Need in Your Life

There are few words to describe the extent to which Prince is a legend. Even when he dropped his own name, the entire world still knew him for the ground-breaking... read more