Music: A Sweet Spot


Moonchine has been a MiMo dining favorite for almost seven years with it’s affordable Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese inspired menu and backyard deck … [Read more...]

Music: The Ascent and Miami Arrival of Ivette Cepeda

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That Cuba produces musicians like Iowa grows corn is hardly news. But even in that context the ascent of Ivette Cepeda has been remarkable. A bolero … [Read more...]

Lagniappe House


The Louisiana French term Lagniappe, pronounced “Lan-yap”, by definition is a small gift given to a customer by a merchant. For owner David … [Read more...]

Opera: Florida Grand Opera Hits a High Note with Magic Flute


The second entry in Florida Grand Opera’s 2012-2013 season is a musically accomplished and often hilariously funny production of Mozart’s great … [Read more...]

Music: The Overtown Music Project

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We all have those great moments in our lives where we wish we could hit the rewind button and replay them over and over, those moments when all the … [Read more...]

Music: 30A Songwriters Festival

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This past MLK Holiday weekend, music enthusiasts converged upon the quirky, artistic enclave of Florida’s panhandle South Walton County nestled … [Read more...]

Music: Big Brooklyn Red


The blue-eyed crooner, Big Brooklyn Red, has strawberry blond hair and is not a big guy, but he is a proud Brooklynite with a BIG talent. He received … [Read more...]

Music: The French Horn

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Vincent Raffard is a fish out of water. The Parisian jazz vocalist, guitarist and trumpet player is a welcomed anomaly in Miami’s sea of musical … [Read more...]

Music: Wyclef Jean at The Chapman Theatre


On September 28th a small audience gathered at Miami Dade College’s Chapman Theatre for Wyclef Jean’s interview presented by Books and Books, they … [Read more...]