When I assigned this story about Medieval Times Orlando's first queen, taking over from a 30+-year history of kings, I didn't know whether the actor stepping up to the throne would have much to say about feminism. To my relief and delight, it turns out that the new queen is a badass queer burlesque dancer, …
I didn't have enough words to include everything I love about my old neighborhood, the MiMo District in Miami's Upper East Side. There's the 1920s and 1930s homes, the always-open sushi joint Moshi Moshi, retro fashions of Fly Boutique, the yoga sessions at Legion Park. It's been over a year since we moved to Broward, …
Who better to introduce visitors to Miami's cultural scene than PAMM's new-ish director, Franklin Sirmans? No one, that's who. I chatted with him about the stalwarts of Miami's arts circuit for Alpha Sixty.
In a world where women are underrepresented on the walls and in leadership positions at galleries and museums alike, PAMM's devoting two enormous galleries to Beatriz Milhazes amounts to a feminist act. More at Cultist.
But, like, in a good way. Her video work at Primary Projects: flawless. I wrote about it for New Times.
My former Twice Baked blogging buddy and current superfriend Kimra tagged me in a Facebook challenge to list the ten books that have influenced me the most. And she's one of maybe five people in the world who could actually get me to do a FB challenge, so I started listing them in my head. …
I am not a person who likes pumpkin desserts. But if this recipe tastes as good after a couple hours in the slow cooker as it did in the batter stage, that will no longer be the case.
Today on the radio, a DJ put these two songs back to back. Well played, DJ. Well played.
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Remember Copy, Right? I miss it so much when I hear songs like this.