New Methods Symposium at MOCA

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erykah badu and performance art

April 9, 2010 § Leave a comment

Erykah Badu’s new video for Window Seat melds pop culture and performance art. It’s not too often that performance art gets such a big audience so this really drew me in. Also, given all the discussion around the Internet, I think that point got lost somewhere with everyone focusing on the nudity. For a fresh perspective, check out this post where a 5 year old shares her comments on the video and its possible meaning.

Check out the video, and Badu discussing her work, the video, and performance art with Wanda Sykes. On her website now, the video is remixed to play backwards.

new (to me) blog: TriniGourmet

February 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

I’m always finding new blogs and websites, and this one has really caught my eye. It’s TriniGourmet run by Sarina Nicole. She’s Trinidadian Jamaican and “of the Jewish persuasion,” in her words. Love it! In the past week she has written about Trini Corn Soup, a Roti Shop in Miami, and Tu B’shevat.

the hunt is on

November 20, 2009 § 1 Comment

The Herald Hunt, that is. November 29 at 12 PM kicks off the Herald Hunt at the Adrienne Arsht Center in downtown Miami. I have done this hunt in the past, which involves a series of puzzles and clues that lead teams throughout the city, and it is tough. There are some great prizes, but most people play for the fun of exploring the city in a new way.

All you need to do is pick up a copy of the Sunday paper and meet at the Arsht Center for a fun adventure.

 

top picks for sleepless night, miami beach

November 3, 2009 § Leave a comment

After reading the extensive listings of maps, descriptions, and info for the upcoming Sleepless Night, I’ve compiled a list of things I’d like to do and see. What are you planning to go to or see this Saturday?

Here are my top picks:

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