Film: Practically Imperfect in Many Ways


Is it too much to ask of a movie ostensibly about the making of a movie many consider a classic for said production to be more about the creative … [Read more...]

Dance: Which Nutcracker? Try This One Out for Size


‘Tis the season. Those sugarplum folks are turning up all over South Florida. Among the most festive of their appearances will be an early evening … [Read more...]

Film: Storming the Dragon’s Lair


A greedy, egomaniacal dragon takes to the skies at the end of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, but he might as well be a phoenix rising from the … [Read more...]

Live Blog: Graffiti Artist Convergence


This past week Miami was the mecca of graffiti, and the biggest convergence of graffiti artists from every corner of the planet here to paint. Also … [Read more...]


The Perez Art Museum of Miami opened it's doors last week, proving to be the crown jewel of all that is good on the art scene of Miami. Herzog & … [Read more...]

Live Blog: 2013 Was Miami Art Basel Ready?

Art Basel week is one of the biggest weeks of the year for Miami in creating first impressions, lasting impressions and assuring future hands over … [Read more...]

Live Blog: Artist Carlito Dalceggio

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Tonight at Ricart Gallery, 444 NW 28th St - you'll know you're there when you see Pinocchio on the corner of the rooftop surveying the streets of … [Read more...]

Live Blog: Pulse

Pulse Miami opened today at the Ice Palace, 150 NE 19th Street in Miami. Innovative artists, fresh gallery space, quality cafes, and relaxing gardens … [Read more...]

Art Basel: Kenton Parker The Contender


Last year L.A. art star Kenton Parker soloed con tacos at that Beach House called Soho; this year the dimension-defying visionist will one-man-stand … [Read more...]