Sunday Apr 20
The Miami Herald
PAMM's 'Caribbean: Crossroads of the World'...
Caribbean Crossroads Symposium: Transnational Histories; 1:30-8:30 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday floods the exhibition spaces of the Pérez Art Museum Miami with a potent and multifarious selection of 180 objects, bearing both clear and obscure connections to the Caribbean.
The Miami Herald Christine Dolen column
Yet last weekend, there he was, enjoying an invaluable moment in the national spotlight during what is arguably the country's most significant, influential celebration of new plays.
Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
A trail of coincidences sends BIAV Torah south of the border
By Barbara Bayer Editor Eleven-year-old Bree Katz may not have known it when she was just a preschooler, but what started out as an afternoon of fun and family bonding has become something family and... Little did Miamian Tomi Revai know that when he sat next to Rabbi Ari Rockoff at a Jewish Learning Institute in Virginia, it would lead to the ... (more)
Pastor Fake Art: Miamian Guilty in Imitation Damian Hirst Case
A pastor in Miami who tried to sell five fake art pieces by British artist Damian Hirst to an undercover cop was convicted on Tuesday.
Miami New Times
Peace A' Cake: Miami-Made, Gluten-Free Vegan Muffins
We've said it before, we'll say it again: healthy doesn't have to mean boring, tasteless or raw.
Why The Adrienne Arsht Center Of The Performing Arts Was Built To Last
In an interview with John Richard, President and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts in Miami , we discussed the founding and evolution of the center, current programmatic offerings and their relationship to local, national and global culture, leadership lessons serving the non-profit sector, and much more.