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Classical Music for Millennials 101

When we think of classical music, a younger audience isn’t what first comes to mind. Like any art form with traditional ties, it’s making strong moves to stay alive for... read more

Gumbo Limbo Experiment: Your New Favorite Party

Not often do we get a reason to celebrate art for the sake of celebrating it. Miami’s own Richie Hell and his wife, artist Francisca Oyhanarte may have just proven... read more

Recap: A Closer Look at Okeechobee 2018

Okeechobee Music Festival went down this weekend and we can say, the old adage is true. Third time really is a charm. Not only was the lineup balanced in a... read more

The Return of the Black Ballerina

Back in 2016, the Knight Foundation awarded a $150,000 grant to ensure the future of ballet in Miami. With this award, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs was able... read more

Prism’s March Playlist

For us, the month of March brings new tidings of sunshine, sweetness, and the early bloom of spring. It still hasn’t let go of the slow winter days, but is... read more

Culture Guide: March 1st – 15th

March is one of our favorite months in Miami. Well, who are we kidding? We love every month in Miami. But this month is particularly special. Not just because the... read more

Prism’s Guide to Okeechobee Music Festival

Music shouldn’t be the sole focus of a festival. If you’ve been to the likes of Bonnaroo you’ll know that it’s the all-around experience that turns a newcomer into a... read more

Living Together: A Space For Safe Conversation

In times of social instability, our voices and opinions can feel unsafe or unprotected. It’s important to have places where we can openly connect and express ourselves, without fear of... read more

Jumana Emil Abboud: A Powerful Palestinian Voice

There’s a lot of powerful things happening in the world today. We often feel we’re being pulled in every direction at once. Amidst the conflicts, differences, and shifting tides, we... read more

Meet Shuji Hiyakawa, a Walking Miami Gem

Chef Shuji Hiyakawa, like much of Miami’s best culture, isn’t from here. He came to the U.S. about 10 years ago from Japan’s southern region, packed with the authentic recipes... read more

Ticket Giveaway: Fleet Foxes – March 4th

Aw yeah, fellow music nerds! The kind souls over at Live Nation and The Fillmore are joining in on a special giveaway for Fleet Foxes on March 4th! Just drop... read more

Las Cafeteras Have That Eclectic Sound You Need Right Now

To those who identify, “Chicano” means so much more than “Mexican-American.” It runs deeper than a bubble that can be filled under ethnicity. It’s an active pride in a cultural... read more

Weekly Three: Our Top Music Picks

Looking to add a little something to your playlists? We’ve gathered up our weekly three to bring you some of our favorite artists and their music on the rise. Japanese... read more

Jacob Collier Soared at Last Night’s Nu Deco Performance

By now, Nu Deco Ensemble‘s prowess is a well-known companion to many local music lovers. Their ability to deconstruct and re-build masterpieces before our very eyes is rare, and also... read more

The Big Quiet Comes to Okeechobee Fest

In today’s bustling modern word, complete with its infinite distractions, we know it’s seemingly impossible to disconnect. Now, imagine just how distracting a music festival is and kick that bustle-factor... read more

Culture Guide: February 16th – 28th

Sunny days on Miami’s horizon here as we enter the latter half of the second month of the year. South Florida’s culture is building up and setting its tone for... read more

Stevie Wonder’s Journey Through “The Secret Life of Plants”

Stevie Wonder, the man known for some of the world’s sweetest and funkiest tracks, is an artist of many talents. Not only is he considered one of the greatest song-writers... read more

Weekly Three: Our Top Music Picks

We’re here to beat your weekday blues with some new tunes brought to you by music’s up-and-coming indie acts. Lola Marsh The Israeli duo of Lola Marsh, comprised of lead... read more