Books: MDC’s Big Read Miami

The Things They Carried

Month-long Series to Feature Author’s Lecture, Film Screening and Teen Essay Contest The Center for Literature and Theatre at Miami Dade College … [Read more...]

Art: Through the Looking Glass with Miami Graffiti Artist Trek6


Miami street artist Trek6 has been painting since he could first use a paintbrush. Literally. At age 6, his Puerto Rican grandmother began giving him … [Read more...]

Art: Painter Ernie Bynum Reveals New Works

Bynum, Untitled, BY10312, oil on canvas, 16X20, $3,200

Ernie Bynum is an example of a consummate painter-one who is extremely accomplished and skilled at his craft-creating paintings that speak from his … [Read more...]

Film: Remembrance of Things Past


Cinephiles who, like yours truly, aren't too familiar with the vast, decades-spanning body of work of the late Raúl Ruiz have a lot of catching up to … [Read more...]

Film: Nickelodeon Charlatan


How crazy do you have to be to take on Oz at the movies? Victor Fleming shepherded Judy Garland, an army of little people and some exquisite … [Read more...]

Art: Places and People Much Loved Opens at Williams McCall

Joan Cobb Marsh, 5 Roses II, 1174 copy

Widely admired painter’s painter, Joan Cobb Marsh, unveils her recent interpretations of Places and People Much Loved with an artist reception … [Read more...]

Film: The Beautiful Room Is Empty


He opens the bedroom door, and all the memories of their time together come rushing back like a tidal wave. Entering the room of his Israeli army … [Read more...]

Dance: Augusto Soledade Is Back With His Brazen BrazzDance


Since his arrival in 2004, Brazilian native Augusto Soledade has been trailblazing and opening paths for dance in Miami at an unprecedented pace and … [Read more...]

Film: The Good Doctors


Let's face it: Dr. Barbara Wolff, the main subject of the gripping medical drama Barbara, is not a people person. More often than not, she's making … [Read more...]