The Shape of Things

Morata Shines Through Despite Show Problems

From missing equipment to late starts, going to concerts in Miami, especially local ones, can be an interesting experience. Hali Neal reviews the Morata show.

Arts at Large

Art, Cycling Collide In Coral Gables

The third annual ArtCycle exhibit, this year focusing on “Cyclists Matter,” highlights new work from thirty artists, reflecting 15 countries. Irene Sperber has a preview.

A View From a Broad

How Much Do YOU Know?

Isn't it always astonishing when you find out something you think you knew? View from a Broad takes a look at how much you know.

Festival Report

Wall Brawl Miami Celebrates Graffiti

On Friday March 6, 2015, Wall Brawl Miami will bring the “best” local street artists together to compete live while guests will decide the winner through popular vote.

The Classics

Cleveland Orchestra Interprets Emotion

Music Director Franz Welser-Most delivered an invigorating rendition of Beethoven's third and Shostakovich's sixth symphonies. Fernando Landeros has the review.

Movie Reviews

I Just Can't Let You Go

Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem makes you feel trapped and that's exactly what it's supposed to do. Ruben Rosario has the review.

Feature News

Arsht Unveils 10@10 Commissions

Performing and visual arts groups will create original commissioned works for The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts to celebrate its 10th anniversary. See what's planned.

Movie Reviews

Ghosts of Tinseltown

Map to the Stars fires up director David Cronenberg's creative juices making it the first must-see movie of 2015. Ruben Rosario has the review.

Theatre Reviews

‘Itch' Surprises With Originality

Despite its foundation from a 1950s play and a famous film, Miami Theater Center's "Seven Year Itch" couldn't be more original. Michelle F. Solomon has the review.

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