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8 Emerging FL Bands You Need to Know

For many people, Miami’s musical identity tends to veer towards to poles: Latin and electronic. Although that might be with good reason, our music scene is actually filled with the...
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Culture Guide: August 16th – 31st

After a sweaty start to the month, August in Miami has really risen up to its level of heat and entertainment. You’d think that we’d tone down the happenings as...
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Wynwood Welcomes Veza Sur Brewing Co. to the Neighborhood

Tuesday night started off better than most weeknights with a sneak & taste preview of newly Veza Sur Brewery set to open its doors this weekend, ‘VEZA’ for ‘cerveza’ and...
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The Key to Preserving Miami’s Cultural History

Miami is many things. You’ve probably seen obvious metaphors like “melting pot” or “kaleidoscope” thrown around to describe the extent of our city’s vibrancy in culture, but have you ever...
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What’s Up With Miracle Mile?

Miracle Mile and weddings have gone hand in hand for what seems like forever. But as one of Miami’s most evenly curated streets it’s a haven for history, small businesses,...
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A Place For True Music Lovers: The Listening Den

Tickets to an amazing artist go on sale and as your group’s musical sherpa, you herd your friends to follow you as you make the commitment. The long-awaited live performance...
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9 Local Eateries That’ll Make You Look Good

We all have our absolute favorite go-to restaurant, the places that are on point every time you go. The eateries where everything from music, ambiance, service, and food align for...
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House of Creatives Festival 2017

The team behind House of Creatives Festival has done it again. With a killer lineup and new venue, these guys have outdone themselves for their second year. HOC Fest will...
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Support Local: Baking with La Romi Bakery

As I sit here savoring a delicious dulce de leche molten lava cake that I made under the direction on Romina Naperstek, my satisfied tastebuds are so happy businesses like...
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Press Play: Louis Baker

We don’t hear much about all the music that is happening in New Zealand but indie-soul singer Louis Baker is definitely trying to change that. With an inarguably compelling voice...
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What to Do When it Rains in Miami

Cover photo: loe.org Although summer might be (slowly) coming to a close, we know that the rains happen anytime of year, no matter the season. Whether it’s an intermittent shower...
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Prism Tastes: Alacarte Delivery

Chances are you’ve experienced this scenario before: You come home after a long and stressful work day. You’re hungry but too exhausted to cook. You ask your roommate/significant other/family what...
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Ace Props: Miami’s Visual Storytellers

There are many people we admire in this city, the collaborators and innovators that make us excited to get out of bed and keep pushing through even the darkest of...
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Press Play: Ibeyi

Franco-Cuban twins Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz are the masterminds behind their music project Ibeyi. With a genre-spanning sound that has not only landed them on Beyoncé’s film Lemonade, it also...
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South Beach is Cool (I Promise)

I moved from Puerto Rico to Miami twelve years ago- a small town girl with big dreams and a desire for adventure. Over the years, I’ve lived in many parts...
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Culture Guide: August 1st – 15th

Where did July go? The summer might be in full swing but it’s almost behind us, heading full-throttle into fall and (hopefully) cooler weather. Even with the sweat, Miami has...
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The 10 Local Arts Organizations You Should Know

As colossal as the Adrienne Arsht Center is for the community in Miami, it’s inspiring to see it act as a platform for other local arts organizations in the city,...
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The 9 Best Happy Hours in Coral Gables

In case you didn’t know, Coral Gables is a treasure chest of local history carried out and lived in through its amazing kaleidoscope of businesses that call The City Beautiful...
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