Art: ‘Tis the Season of Art and Music

Philip Ross Munro, Hommage.

’Tis the season in Miami, a little warmer than usual, but still the time of year when music venues, art galleries, outdoor cafes and a multitude of … [Read more...]

Art: Art Wynwood Focuses on Underground Art Movement


As Art Wynwood prepares to mount its third edition February 13-17, 2014, the distinctive contemporary art fair produced by Art Miami LLC is … [Read more...]

Film: WWII Snooze, Candy Colored Treat


What is a revered work of art truly worth? Does it merit sending military troops deep into enemy territory to retrieve? These questions haunt The … [Read more...]

Film: The Jolly Divorcée


“Are you always this happy?” the transfixed gent of a certain age asks the vivacious, radiant fifty-something gal with the bulky turtle shell glasses … [Read more...]

Art: The Whimsical Sculptures of Connie McSilver Debut in Miami


The worlds of psychology, social work and art collide into a crescendo of exceptional art as mixed media artist, Connie McSilver, debuts her unique … [Read more...]

Art: Madeliene Abling’s Car Show Opens at Williams McCall


Local favorite Madeliene Abling unveils new oil paintings at the Williams McCall Gallery South of Fifth.  Kicking off with an artist reception that is … [Read more...]

Dance: Miriam is an Exploration of Icons and Identities


Nora Chipaumire’s Miriam is the third dance work in the Kelly Strayhorn Theater’s current season to explore the idea of public versus private … [Read more...]

Film: The War Within


Bethlehem, a gripping, slam-bang thriller screening as part of the 17th Annual Miami Jewish Film Festival, opens and closes amid expansive, arid … [Read more...]

Film: All’s Fair in (Virtual) Love and War


Before we get to the barren no-man's-land that is January at the multiplex – Happy New Year, by the way – it's imperative to deal with two of those … [Read more...]