For the Love of Soccer: CHARCOAL beer garden + tapas

For the Love of Soccer: CHARCOAL beer garden + tapas

A little over a year ago, The Yard Hospitality partner and local culinary OG, Ken Lyon decided to give The Wynwood Yard a higher-scale, outdoor sit-down dining concept: CHARCOAL. Patrons... read more

The Badass Ladies of Game of Thrones Season 7 Premiere

For those of you who don’t watch “Game of Thrones” I must apologize on behalf of my fellow fantasy nerds for filling up your feeds about last night’s season 7... read more

Culture Guide: July 16th – 31st

In between the rains and sweaty weather, Miami still knows how to make the best of what it’s got going on–and what it has is absolutely awesome (if we may... read more

Bookstore’s back, alright!

There are some great changes coming to a Coconut Grove staple. The last we heard, The Bookstore in the Grove would be closing it’s doors at the end of June.... read more

These Are The 9 Shows You Can’t Miss at Arsht Next Season

The Adrienne Arsht Center has been the cultural shell housing some of the best artistry to come to Miami for over 10 years now, and they’re not stopping. It’s our... read more

Press Play: Priests

D.C. punks, Priests, are the no b.s. band that have exploded into the music scene. With zero filters, they are not afraid to challenge any sort of authority, which is... read more

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... read more

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... read more

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Human Eye

Our eyes may be small, but we can all agree they’re pretty essential. Not just to be able to see and understand the world around us, but to communicate, absorb,... read more

Unlocking Your Inner Child @ Frost

The wait is over alas! We’ve anticipated the opening of Miami’s newest gem, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, far too long the inner third grader in us couldn’t... read more

June Events

The summer is no longer a sleepy season for Miami, with tons of great things to look forward to. Whether you’re planning a life-changing vacation with friends or staying in... read more

Why Miami Needs a Food Hall

In this current growth spurt, every artistic and creative sphere in Miami’s is expanding, reaching heights and supportive levels many of us never even fathomed. We can sit here and... read more

Press Play: Simian Ghost

Simian Ghost may have just given us the catchiest and most amusing song with “When You’re Ready”. With the tunes’ energetic guitar rhythms and soft, layered vocals, the Swedish group... read more

7 Things You Need to Know About SEEING @ Frost Science

We’re sure your news feeds have been flooded with the awesome wonders held inside Miami’s long-awaited shining gem: the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. Brand-spanking new and barely... read more

24 Hours in Miami by Janel Allen

As our city continues to grow, there are so many great local spots rising up that it’s becoming so hard to keep track. For self-proclaimed Culture Crusaders like ourselves, we’re... read more

Support Local Small Business Week Wins

If you didn’t know why last week was so important to us champions for local businesses, it was Miami’s chance to celebrate National Small Business Week in style and thanks... read more

Miami’s Leveling Up Thanks to Frost Science

This Monday, May 8th, the entire city of Miami will watch with open eyes as the long-awaited (and slightly controversial) Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science finally opens to... read more

Supporting Local is All About Collaboration

As part of our Support Local initiative, we’re taking a deeper dive into what it actually means to “support”. It isn’t just purchasing from local businesses, but also being a... read more