Tag: miami
Miami Beach Pop Festival is a Great Idea
On February 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

The founders of the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival want to launch the Miami Beach Pop Festival, this time not on a farm in the middle of nowhere, but right in the heart of South Beach. And why not? It’ll be fun, boost the economy, and elevate the area’s music scene, often seen as struggling […]

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Little Haiti Book Festival Looms Large
On May 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

In the midst of all the Memorial Day hoopla, quietly in one of our most beautiful neighborhoods, one of Miami’s more intimate and beautiful events will occur: the Little Haiti Book Festival. Featuring a series of panels, exhibitions and family-friendly activities, the two-day event unquestionably will offer education, expression and culture right into our bustling […]

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Decò, ep. 3–The Earl Society and a Critical Mass
On May 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

It wasn’t long before Decò took on the lifestyle of the hipsters. He soon drank PBR instead of mojitos. He reluctantly traded his designer clothes at the local clothing exchange and his wardrobe transformed into something tighter and more plaid. There was money left and with it Decò bought a fixed gear bicycle. He even […]

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Decò, ep. 5— Decò’s Rejection and an Immaculate Conception
On May 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Decò stayed with the Queen of Allapattah for a period. Her mother nursed him back to health, slowly, feeding him plenty of ropa vieja and arroz y frijoles, and her grandmother three times a day would burn copious amounts of sage and frankincense in his area. The Queen of Allapattah and her children provided him […]

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