Film: Empowered Dames


The tween voyeur is spying on a slim beauty who just took her top off to sunbathe, and she blends right into the landscape of a French beach on a … [Read more...]

Film: Roars and Whimpers

It's only mid-May, but at the multiplex it already feels like we're in the middle of the ever-growing, seemingly endless summer movie season that … [Read more...]

Wynwood Art Walk

Brisky Gallery

In early 2003, a group of art dealers, artists and curators initiated the idea of Wynwood Art Walk based on the idea of a similar project, Art Night, … [Read more...]

Film: Costumed Crybabies


When we last saw Peter Parker, the cocky, angst-ridden hero of director Marc Webb's strangely schizoid The Amazing Spider-Man, he was sitting in a … [Read more...]

Art: Dreaming Havana: The Collision of Memory and Fact


Artist Enrique Flores-Galbis shows his latest series titled Dreaming Havana:  The Collision of Memory and Fact”at the Williams McCall Gallery South of … [Read more...]

Film: Reaching for the Stars


The couch potato sits before the telly, opens a 4-pack of yogurt and scoops up the creamy contents, one heaping spoonful at a time. The hapless … [Read more...]

Art: Caribbean: Crossroads of the World Opens at PAMM


Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, opens at PAMM April 18, with over two centuries of rarely seen works dating from after the Haitian Revolution to … [Read more...]

Art: Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey Opens This Week at MOCA


The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami opens Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey, a comprehensive survey of the Kenya-born, New York-based artist … [Read more...]

Arts: Water Dance!


Events Use Power of the Arts to Bring Environmental Awareness. Water. Particularly in South Florida, it surrounds us and mandates – if not dictates … [Read more...]