Lucy and I got to try INKED by Dani temporary tattoos. They’re vegan, cruelty-free, and made with waterproof FDA-approved ink. What’s not to love? Read more in this post.
Surrealist artist Salvador Dali is well known for his distinctive mustache and melting clocks, but what about his 1973 cookbook? Watch below as The Art Assignment attempts to recreate a “Bush of Crayfish in Viking Herbs” from Les Diners de Gala, and also explore Dali’s life and art.
I finally got out to Wynwood to check out 1-800-Lucky, Miami’s recently opened Asian marketplace. Themed out as a record shop and convenience store, this kind of dining experience is new territory for the city, bringing the food hall concept to the forefront.
This year, I traded my from a work-from-home situation for a 40-minute commute to the office. If podcasts were my only company before, they’ve quickly become my sanity on the drive. Here are twelve podcasts that keep me sane on my daily commute.
Second Sundays at Faena Forum are back. Enjoy a participatory art installation by assume vivid astro focus starting Sunday, September 10th from noon to 10 pm. The event is free and open to the public. It will feature special performances by TM Sisters and Miami Quad Squad as well as a new musical experience curated by Paperwater. Read on to learn more and to register for the free event.
Cirque du Soleil rolled into town over the weekend with their new touring show, OVO. We were lucky enough to be invited to a behind-the-scenes look into their rehearsal day before the show on Friday and snapped some photos backstage. The arena was packed with everything from costumes and sewing machines to exercise equipment for the performers. It’s truly a fascinating world even before anyone steps foot on stage. Take a look behind the curtain of OVO just ahead.
Cirque du Soleil is bringing OVO, its newest touring show, to Miami next week. The show will perform in Sunrise and Miami as part of a global tour in arenas around North America. More photos and details just ahead.
Spend just a few minutes in Miami and you’re well aware that there’s no shortage of color in the spectrum of our characters. Our locals, whether born-and-bred or transplants, are not afraid to make a statement. So was the legacy of Irene Williams. Anyone who grew up in Miami knows the ’80’s and ’90’s were an eccentric time for our city. Now, in a pop-up show that aims to celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday, If These Hats Could Tawk is bringing that colorful eccentricity to the forefront.