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The Hidden Gems of Coral Gables

When we think of culture and history, Coral Gables is one of the first neighborhoods that comes to mind. It’s an encapsulation of Miami’s artistic identity, a remnant of what...
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How You Can Support Your Local Economy Right Now

To many of us, supporting our local economy is second nature, and entirely necessary for personal connection with our home city. But for most of our fellow residents, it’s hard...
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Press Play: The Murlocs

When you mix together gritty, old-school soul and soft psychedelic rock you get The Murlocs. You would think this band came straight out of California during the Summer of Love...
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Support Local: Alma Aromatherapy

In person, Victoria Serra is the equivalent of inhaling a handful of peppermint essential oil that’s been massaged into one’s palms after a long day: a jolt of bliss that...
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Culture Guide: July 1st – 15th

The first half of the year has come and gone, and we’re still wondering what happened to April. With Fourth of July hot on our heels and the long days...
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Press Play: The Pigeon Detectives

English indie rock band The Pigeon Detectives, have encapsulated the British alternative music genre. The five-piece group from Leeds are nothing short of a sensation over in their native U.K....
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8 Famous Artists With Synesthesia

You’ve probably heard of it, but few people actually live their lives with it. Synesthesia is a condition where the brain links senses together in an abnormal way, blending associations...
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Namaste Together | Evolving Along with Miami’s Yoga Scene

Photography by Jonathan Sheriff It seems as the Miami yoga scene evolves, more yogis and yoginis are coming to the surface spreading their good vibes and knowledge of which we...
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Album Review: Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas – “Telephone”

The universal language of music is becoming increasingly more empowering as the expressive art enters into an even more open-armed and accepting place for connection than ever before. Female musicians...
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Our 7 Summer Shows You Can’t Miss

There are many things we can highlight about summer: the boat and pool parties, the indoor markets, the late-night film series, but what we really drool over is the epic...
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Press Play: Jessie Reyez

Toronto-born and Miami-bred, Jessie Reyez has meshed the musical stylings of jazz and rhythm and blues with her Colombian roots to create perfectly synced sounds. With a similar musical style...
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Artist Interview: Femina

It’s a well-known fact that music is a powerful platform for connection. For the Argentinian trio, Femina, that connection is the driving force that pushes their souls to create. Straight...
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Prism Tastes: Sherwoods Bistro & Bar

From the lush, chartreuse oaks of Buena Vista to the vibrant hues of Little Haiti, the shifts in landscape along NE 2nd Ave make a lasting impression. As you make...
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Culture Guide: June 16th – 31st

We’re halfway through June and the summer excitement has kept the city’s great vibes up even amidst the continuous downpours. No amount of water will keep Miamians from having a...
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5 Local Beaches to Hit This Summer

With Miami’s seasonably delicious weather year-round, locals and travelers are both lucky enough to relish in our refreshing waters by boat, pool, or sand. But it’s the summer months where...
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How Do You Support Local?

Supporting local means something different to everyone. Shopping at your nearest farmer’s market, grabbing a morning coffee from your favorite local spot, or even making the effort to check out...
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lululemon Immersion by Raquel Sofia

“Come get present, practice and connect with 50 other thought-provoking humans in a stunning natural setting. We promise this will be an adventure you will never forget.” I’m going to...
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Press Play: Vandana

Raised in India and educated in London, singer and producer Vandana is becoming a force in the experimental music world. A distorted sound and taste for the obscure, she is...
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