On Art and Gender with YoungArts Alum, Laganja Estranja

On Art and Gender with YoungArts Alum, Laganja Estranja

Art is the ultimate portal through which we can not only express our truest selves, but also connect with our fellow beings near and far in an unspoken language of... read more

Commissioner Aims to Break Down the Barriers of Art Collecting

A distinct shift in consciousness is occurring in Miami as the arts begin to receive the caliber of attention they deserve. This rise in creative opportunities and platforms–expedited by large-scale... read more

3 OG Little Havana Locals Tell Us Their Neighborhood Favorites

This week, we’re continuing on our quest to spotlight the most magical (and delicious) corners of Little Havana. Instead of bringing you into another neighborhood Guide, we thought we’d put... read more

The 9 Podcasts That Inspire Me Today

If you know me personally, you know that I love my podcasts. They tend to fall into the self-help, spiritual, and entrepreneurial categories. If you aren’t into those, this might... read more

A lululemon x Prism Collab for Local Artists

We’ve always felt that in order to have a true understanding of a city, you must first take a deeper dive into the music scene and the artists that call... read more

A Mariachi Voice: Flor de Toloache

[ Note: this interview was originally published April, 2017] No matter the realm of self expression, being an artist makes you a powerful vessel in many ways. Wether you’re lending... read more

Flowzario’s Wellness Rant Part 2: Gluten Chronicles

To gluten, or not to gluten? But also who the fuck cares what I do with gluten? I have been gluten free* (from here on out it will be referred... read more

5 Creative Things You Love and the People Who Started Them to Miami

It’s no secret that Miami’s creative scene is booming, carving its own space among some of the greatest metropolises in the world. From world-renowned art fairs that take over the... read more

Locally-filmed Series, GROWN Premieres on Complex

Today marks a landmark occasion for Miami. In its sweeping move to support produced online series-form content, Complex is launching its campaign with “GROWN”. The cultural media platform premieres its... 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

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

Thirdstory Shines in Debut Album “Cold Heart”

If you haven’t already fawned over Thirdstory and their intricate harmonies, now’s the time. The NY-based trio known for gorgeously stripped down covers of chart hits like Taylor Swift’s “Style”... 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

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

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

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

7 Things You Need to Know About Stephen Marley

Other than being the son of Bob Marley, of course. For anyone who knows music, the surname ‘Marley’ is sacred. You don’t need to be a reggae expert to know... read more