Tonight, Stone Groove, a weekly open mic in the heart of Downtown Miami hosted by Marcus Blake and Rod Deal, celebrates 5 years of magic! Carmel Ophir, owner of The Vagabond, often refers to Stone Groove as “The Soul of The Vagabond.”
If you’ve never attended Stone Groove or haven’t in a while, head down to 14th Street TONIGHT and find out why…
New Times Broward/Palm Beach’s 16th-Annual Beerfest went down on April 6, 2013. This years Beerfest featured local/international craft beers, interactive games, good food, andlive musical performances by local favorites The Hongs, Modernage, Beatmachines, and The Tremends.
Trek6, the man behind the infamous “Boombox” in Wynwood, has been a contributing member of Miami’s blooming street art scene since the late 80s with over a dozen murals throughout the great City of Miami.
Taking his street art to the canvas, Trek6 celebrated the unveiling of his first solo exhibit, ”Through the Looking Glass” at Hand Crafted Miami on Saturday, March 16th with pure aerosol pieces that pay tribute to the likes of Andy Warhol and Jackie O sporting eyewear from the Eyemax Collection.
Surely by now you are all familiar with the photography and artwork of our dear friend and contributor, Rod Deal.
A couple of weeks back we told you about the For Artist / By Artist, an event series that goes down Sundays at Haven Lounge in Miami Beach. On Sunday, February 19th For Artist / By Artist showcased the latest photo series by Rod Deal, The Natural – A Digital Photographic Series.
Every now and again I find myself longing to adventure, a getaway from the Miami madness. Some weekends I get on the road, sometimes on the A1A, and I head North with no particular destination in mind. These day trips have become my favorite way of exploring South Florida.
Word is that the Downtown Hollywood historic arts and entertainment district is transforming into a vibrant live music hot spot. This year, the City of Hollywood also initiated the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project to curate contemporary outdoor murals by some of our favorite local artist, including Luis Pinto and Jessy Nite, at key locations in Downtown Hollywood.
And so, my last day trip which had started off as a quest for bargain antiques, became a street art treasure hunt in Downtown Hollywood…