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What’s to Come at La Centrale, Miami’s Italian Food Hall

The team behind La Centrale, Miami’s own Italian Food Hall, truly understand the concept of hospitality. Much like the country from which it draws its inspiration, everything about the three-story... read more

6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss Pilobolus’ “Shadowland”

Dance has been a long-time root for artistic and physical expression across the world. For centuries, cultures have told their stories through movement, either paired with music or not. But... read more

Ancient History Preserved at The Deering Estate

Weddings and birthday parties, those are among my very first memories at The Deering Estate. Few locations in Miami offer as unobstructed a view of Biscayne Bay as the historical... read more

7 Can’t-Miss Moments at GroundUP Fest This Weekend

We’ve been hyping up this weekend’s GroundUP Music Festival for quite sometime and with good reason. Not only is the GRAMMY-winning Snarky Puppy and their family of fellow musicians taking... read more

NWS WALLCAST Concerts Are Miami’s Biggest Musical Gem

Open and green spaces are community anchors for many of the worlds most cultural and metropolitan cities. When looking at the urban design of places like New York or San... read more

Weekly Three: Our Top Music Picks

If you’re needing some fresh music and tunes, we’ve got you covered. Check out this week’s top 3 artists on the rise to add onto your list. DVWEZ Orlando-based R&B... read more

Prism’s February Playlist

Although the novelty of a new year might’ve worn off with the beginning of February, we’re still jamming into 2018. February is, of course, the month of love, but it’s... read more

Okeechobee’s PoWoW! Brings Jamming Back to Main Stage

For far too long, the idea of “jamming” on songs has been pushed aside at large-scale festivals. Most of the time, the experience is reserved for cut-and-dry performances with very... read more

Carrie Mae Weems Brings Antigone to Life With ‘Past Tense’

Antigone. It might be a name that to many of us bring back memories of high school. Written by Sophocles around 441 BCE, the tragedy’s power rings further than the... read more

Culture Guide: February 1st – 15th

One month down, 11 more to go. We don’t know about you, but there’s something in the air for 2018. We’re loving what this new year is bringing and has... read more

7 Ray Charles Songs to Get You Through the Week

Anyone else feeling the weight of the week a little heavier than usual? If so, don’t worry friends, we’re right there with you. As always, we’re relying on music to... read more

Weekly Three: Our Top Music Picks

As January comes to a close, we’re here to add some fresh music to your daily playlist. We’ve got some up and coming artists that span a wide range of... read more

Nu Deco Created Magic at Last Night’s Bandshell Performance

Last night’s Nu Deco Ensemble show at the North Beach Bandshell was history set in stone. Everyone in attendance had the treat of not only enjoying one of their most... read more

5 Miami Gems You Need To Explore Right Now

We know Miami can feel too big to explore most of the time, what with every neighborhood feeling on the come up. It’s true that it definitely is a colossal... read more

How Fleet Foxes Capture Emotion Through Sound

Have you ever wondered what a cold winter morning on a foggy day sounds like? Or the gentle incline of a forest mountain? What about the echo of a blooming... read more

Weekly Three: Our Top Music Picks

Girl power is the theme for our three music picks this week. Some of our favorite emerging talent in the music industry to check out. Add them onto playlists and... read more

NPR’s ‘Jazz Night in America’ Coming to Miami this February

In anticipation for the second-annual GroundUP Music Festival, we’ve been proving that Miami’s jazz and live music scene is as world-class as the cultures found within its streets. The music... read more

Where to Be Yourself in Miami’s Oldest Neighborhood

Walking around Coconut Grove (formerly Cocoanut Grove) you can really feel a sense of its history, bohemian vibes and its down-to-earth way of life. Locals will tell you they love... read more