Concert in Review: Flume

Last weekend’s two sold out shows at The Fillmore in Miami Beach marked the halfway point of DJ Flume’s, extensive world tour, stretching across New Zealand, the States, Europe and his homeland, Australia. The tour has further promoted his already hugely successful sophomore album, Skin.  Friday and Saturday nights saw eager fans swarming to witness […]

The Soul Singer We Needed

Fans of Sam Cooke are in for a treat with this new artist. With a voice that seems trapped in the nostalgic past of 60’s soul, Leon Bridges evokes a feeling of romanticism unheard of in today’s pop culture environment. As for that Sam Cooke comparison, DMagazine sat with him and learned he had never heard of […]

Reel Miami Shows the Real Miami

Thursday, November 6th, Reel City Films’ Creator and Executive Producer Frank Kelly presented the Reel Miami Project. Reel Miami is comprised of six short films, each set in a popular neighborhood but with unique story lines. Unlike a basic tourism commercial, these films tell stories created by filmmakers, all with the theme of ‘a weekend […]

A Boo-zy Halloween

Spooky Adventures at the gold Coast Railroad Museum All Hallow’s Eve is fast approaching and so are the spooky festivities. Check out what is happening around Miami this Halloween: Spooky Adventures at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum October  31 6–11pm $10 Want to jump in a Bounce House? Watch Monster Movies? Go on a Grave […]

Will Crawl for Food

You know when you and your friends are trying to decide where to eat and you spend half an hour naming places to just end up in your regular spot? We’ve all been there; we know it’s typically hard finding a restaurant everyone can agree on. That’s when restaurant hopping seems like the ideal solution. […]

Sony Open sets example, shines spotlight on South Florida youth tennis

Serena Williams in a press conference after defeating Flavia Pennetta. (photo by Kristen Spillane). Twenty-eight years ago, the dream of a major professional tennis tournament in Miami was born. From Delray Beach to Boca Raton, the Miami Masters tournament had called many locations home before finally settling at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park on Key Biscayne.  […]

A Look into Art Basel 2011

photos and captions_kate pryslak December 5, 2011 This year marked the 10th anniversary of Art Basel, one of the most prestigious art shows in the Americas. From December 1 through December 4, various events throughout Miami Beach were put together as part of the art show. Other Miami neighborhoods, such as the Wynwood Art District […]

Cotton Craze

words_hudson berry. “Half the world does not know the joys of wearing cotton underwear,” says famous American economist Phil Gramm, and I can’t say I disagree about the thrilling feeling of a soft pair of granny panties. Cotton is the bomb: it’s affordable, versatile and one of the few fabrics you can put in the […]