Art Basel Miami Beach began in 2002. 15 years later, it’s a 2 week-long holiday. Art exhibitions slowly diffused out of the Miami Convention Center to Wynwood, Little Haiti, Liberty … Continue Reading Art Basel Guide 2017
This stand wasn’t for me. This is because I’m seeing things happen to people that don’t have a voice, people that don’t have a platform to talk and have their … Continue Reading Brief Photo History of Racial Protests in Sports
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This short documentary by Jess Colquhoun follows Andile Msomi and his friends to their first competition, where the most important thing is not to win but to enjoy the ride. … Continue Reading Short Film: Valley of a Thousand Hills
Setting an intention is like drawing a map of where you wish to go — it becomes the driving force of your higher consciousness. Without an intention there is no map, and … Continue Reading New Month: Try Something New
On Saturday, September 30, Black Women will center their stories, struggles, and resilience while connecting their common issues and showcasing their collective power and are calling on all allies to … Continue Reading Event: March for Black Women 30-Day Countdown Launch Party
D’escargot is a Miami-based skate and streetwear brand founded by Andre Smith in 2012. With products like skateboard decks, skate wax, hats, shirts, and hoodies, Descargot has been spotted with Tyreek Morrison … Continue Reading Style: An Interview with Andre, founder of D’escargot
As the air gets colder and people take out their pullovers, artists are coming to perform. Miami needs to get ready for all the music and art events that are … Continue Reading Must-See Fall Miami Concerts
I had the honor of seeing Papa Machete at Homeless, a pop-up exhibit located in Miami. The exhibit curated by Axel Void featured local and international artists ranging from film to … Continue Reading Short Film: Papa Machete
With “Drew Barrymore” as the soundtrack, Zoe Kravitz and SZA discussed different topics in a mini “SZA & Zoe” show. The two talked about zodiac signs, being categorized as … Continue Reading Join SZA and Zoe Kravitz on their Road Trip
If you haven’t been living under a rock I’m sure you’ve seen the words “erasure of gender norms” and “feminism”. Feminism isn’t all radical beliefs and extreme protests. It’s another … Continue Reading 10 Valentine’s Day Gifts for HIM (Under $50)
http://graphics8.nytimes.com/video/players/offsite/index.html?videoId=100000004642370 In the short film, Jay Z gives a brief timeline of the failed War on Drugs. It all started with Richard Nixon in 1971. Fast forward to the 2010s, White … Continue Reading Jay Z narrates “The War On Drugs Is An Epic Fail”
Courtesy Impossible Foods It’s a great month for (new) vegetarians and some meat eaters. Impossible Foods debuted the “bleeding veggie burger” at NYC’s Momofuku Nishi. The veggie burger goes further … Continue Reading Bleeding Veggie Burger?
Congratulations to Jesse Williams for achieving the BET 2016 Humanitarian Award! His speech was very well needed. Hopefully, Williams’ speech will inspire celebrities to no longer be clouded by their … Continue Reading Jesse Williams’ Essential Speech
The amount of sleep needed varies with each individual and it generally changes as we age. According to Better Sleep, 48% of Americans say they don’t get enough sleep, but … Continue Reading Sleep: Overrated?