The documentary “America the Beautiful 3: The Sexualization of Our Youth” makes the case that proliferating and coarsening sexual images in media are hurting children and U.S. culture. Director Darryl Roberts hosts a screening and discussion in Miami, hoping to provoke action.
Famed radio personality Ira Glass was the center of the comic, poignant live show “Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host,” one of the events which kicked off the Miami Book Fair International on Sunday
Ira Glass, creator of the popular public radio show ‘This American Life,’ found unexpected common ground with modern dance artists Monica Bill Barnes and Anne Bass. The trio opens the Miami Book Fair International on Nov. 16 with their live show “Three Acts, Two Dancers, and One Radio Host.”
Successful dancer and choreographer Uri Sands returns to the South Miami-Dade neighborhoods and schools where he struggled to create a better life, as his company TU Dance prepares to perform in the area Saturday.
Salsa legend Larry Harlow and a new generation of Latin-influenced DJs come together in Miami this week for Red Bull Siempre Fresco, a new program that aims to connect young electronic musicians with their Latin musical roots.
The Miami City Ballet opens its 29th season in October with Romeo and Juliet, a hit for the troupe in spring 2011. And throughout the season, many dancers and ballets seen in previous years will be on stage.
With Saturday's glittery Danzabierta and Malpaso in June, the Copperbridge Foundation has opened up a window into one aspect of the island's artistic scene — contemporary dance — that was almost completely unknown in Miami.
Five years ago the deliciously provocative British songstress Lily Allen dropped out of pop music for the uncharacteristic bliss of marriage (to builder Sam Cooper) and motherhood (to Ethel Mary, 2, and Marnie Rose, 1.) But last November Allen, 29, returned in signature style with Hard Out Here, a twerk-in-your-face satire of music industry sexism, then confused us by opening for Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz tour this summer.
We knew he could. Miami dancer Ricky Ubeda is the grand winner of So You Think You Can Dance. The Coral Reef High School graduate, 18, was awarded the top prize of $250,000 on the finale of Fox’s reality TV competition on Wednesday night.