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Getting Fufi in the Design Destrict

Restaurants often reflect the personality of their creator, embodying their spirit and unique style. Miami is full of

“El Viandero”

Just off of 8th Street and Ponce de Leon Boulevard Medardo Aguilera, also known by his nom de

Welcome to the Miami Zine Fair

New York. Los Angeles. San Francisco. Austin. Now, Miami. All these cities have one thing in common: zine

Afrobeta’s Magic Poetry Bus

Leave it to O, Miami Poetry Festival and local favorites Afrobeta to create a travelling poetry festival, as

THIS MONTH AT THE GESAMTKUNSTWERK.

When I began working at the Gesamtkunstwerk, a building in Alapattah meaning a “total work of art,” no one

#Fordista Makers Series: Cold Brew Station

It was a Sunday afternoon in Coconut Grove. One of those Miami days when the weather is forgiving

Yo Amo 305 Recaps FM Fest

    We went, we listened & we ate. The inaugural FM Festival this past weekend was beautifully

Party People! Party People!: FM Festival is Finally Here

Poplife are the premier music tastemakers of Miami. Now they’re venturing out into the land of music festivals. The FM Festival lands on our shores this Saturday and Sunday at the North Beach Bandshell. It’s exactly what it sounds like–food and music galore. FM will feature top-notch local restaurants like Ariete and Eating House alongside

Moving yourself forward: 3 core concepts from Miami’s Masters of Tomorrow Summit

I woke up early to read before the day. It will be a long one. On the reading

When Form becomes Action: Experiencing Julio Le Parc’s first U.S. retrospective at PAMM

Dark space enveloped me. The only light was refracting off the mirrors hanging from the roof. Instinctively, my

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