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Culture Guide: May 16th – 31st

This weekend marked the first Southeast rain we’ve had all year, which also means: the rainy season is officially upon us. While this might give us, and our humidity hating... read more

Edukos Celebrates Anniversary in Style

It’s been one year since we first took a dive at Edukos, fawning over their American-Venezuelan fusions. To celebrate their first birthday, they partnered with David Foulquier of Fooq’s for... read more

TWYN’s New Single “You Say” Lead Miami’s Music Scene Down a Bright Path

When we think of Miami’s identifiable “sound” it’s almost impossible to land on just one genre or rhythm. In a city overshadowed by Latin or electronic avenues, music in revolving... read more

Flowzario’s Wellness Rant Vol. 1: How to Tackle Stress

Let’s talk about stress, baby. But also, let’s talk about how to make it pretty much go away. Disclaimer: I feel the need to talk about stress, anxiety and all... read more

BIG NEWS: The Listening Den is Back!

After years of searching for a musical escape in cities around the world, we decided to create our very own. Last year, we launched The Listening Den along with the... read more

Prism Tastes: ALMA

Tucked away on a wide corner of Coconut Grove is the culinary gem your soul has been waiting for. Aptly named ALMA, the contemporary restaurant with a Spanish flare might... read more

Culture Crusaders Take Islamorada

Getting comfortable in our little South Florida Miami nook, we sometimes forget that magical escapes are just a few hours away. Whether you’re venturing north or south, our surrounding cities... read more

A Guide to South Beach’s Local Gems

Creating deeper connections to Miami’s many neighborhoods is a big part of what we do. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a local or a traveler. Many of us might look... read more

Prism’s May Playlist

In case you haven’t been outside yet for an extended amount of time, Miami’s weather is getting real sticky. Slowly building like a groovy tune, our air is rising with... read more

Culture Guide: May 1st – 15th

*cue Justin Timberlake meme* The month of puns and fun in the sun has finally come upon us and Miami’s fresh air will be filled with all the cultural excitement... read more

Miami Gems: Casa Florida

Nowadays, vintage is the new new. Anything that nods to the simplicity and ease of yesteryear is what we’re yearning for in every experience. This scoop of low-key goodness is... read more

Innov Gnawa: The Sound of Morocco’s Underground

Morocco is more than a popular destination for Instagram travelers. It’s the backdrop for some of the most vibrant traditions around. From flavorful dishes to intricately crafted architecture, it’s an... read more

Best Vegan-Friendly Bites You’ll Love in Miami

Whether you’ve been inspired by a recent health documentary or you’ve been on the vegan bus for a while now, finding meatless things to eat isn’t easy. We’re talking about... read more

Eternity Gallery is Adding International Art to Miami

Perfectly situated on the first floor of Brickell City Centre, find yourself captivated by bright lights and some of the most extravagant art pieces at Eternity Gallery. After recently moving... read more

Giveaway: Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription

Calling all budding creatives! Looking for the tools that could help you sharpen your skills and bring your projects to life? We’ve got a pretty huge stepping stone for ya!... read more

Poetry 101: Reconnect to the Heart of Human Experience

There was once a time where poetry was the sharpest tool used to convey love, pain, hatred, and every human emotion. It was through poetry where writers and dabblers would... read more

Ticket Giveaway: Juanes April 22nd

The time has come for another round of music loving! We’ve teamed up with Warner Chappell and Lion Fish Entertainment to bring you a pair of tickets to Juanes’ Miami... read more

Our Favorite Places to Catch Up With an Old Friend in Miami

Miami’s natives are constantly moving around–whether within or outside of the city. We know you’ve heard of Miami being described as “transient” and it’s certainly not untrue. So, when an... read more