Word of Mouth: Miami

From contemporary art to grilled cheese, some of our favorite spots to visit in Florida's magic city

Beyond the Art Deco buildings along Ocean Drive, Cuban sandwiches at Versailles, Wynwood Walls murals, and sunset cocktails at the The Broken Shaker, Miami has plenty of appeal—much of which isn’t on the “obligatory” list. While visiting the famous (and oftentimes delightfully cliche) spots in Miami is worthwhile, taking a deeper dive is always satisfying. From beautiful popsicles to an unassuming corner bar, contemporary art …

Word of Mouth: Key West

An island escape with everything from design hotels to local rum, pottery classes and fine dining

by Leora Novick Located at the tip of the stretch of islands making up the Florida Keys, Key West is a destination in its own category. Known for its baby boomer population and party-fueled drag along Duval Street, it’s held a reputation as a bachelor party haven and retiree village. Although the two might not seem to blend naturally, it’s a testament to the youthful …

Miami Art Week 2016: Creature Keepers

Animated sculptures that kept us on our toes at the fairs this year

Ceramic or bronze, old or new, subliminal or overt, this year’s Miami Art Week ushered in a range of sculptures which gave off delightfully animated appearances. Visiting the plethora of fairs that are part of the inspiring, week-long event, we saw no shortage of exemplary works, each of which has charisma and charm of its own. However, below are nine artists culled from across the …

Charles Bradley: Changes

We sit down with late-blooming “The Screaming Eagle of Soul” to discuss his third album and the importance of having love in your heart

It’s hard not to shed a tear, listening to Charles Bradley’s music. At the same time, it’s impossible not to feel uplifted too. Such is the anomaly that is the 67-year-old soul singer, whose passion radiates so strongly it feels like he’s right there beside you even when he’s streaming through a set of speakers. But crazily, Bradley’s singular sound was almost never heard; it …

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Róisín Murphy remixed, Animal Collective sings of Florida, Julian Casablancas' punk duet with Jehnny Beth and more in this week's music

Jehnny Beth + Julian Casablancas: Boy/Girl Julian Casablancas and Jehnny Beth of Savages rock out in their cover of an ’80s punk track from Danish band Sort Sol and American singer Lydia Lunch, “Boy/Girl.” It’s a fierce duet that’s rough around the edges, especially with Jehnny Beth’s half-howl, half-singing voice. Even the new music video is a nod to the original—the opening sequence, some body …