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Band breaks barriers by merging cultures

When living in Miami it’s almost mandatory that everyone partake in a Hispanic culture of some sort. Though the Salsa and Merengue Clubs, Latin American restaurants and “cafesitos” are great, th...

The real Miami-Dade: “The Fair Be There”

Remember, the bright lights? The cotton candy that got stuck between your fingers? The rush of rounding the top of the ferris wheel? At the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair and Exposition, you can ...

‘WallCasts’ move classical music to center stage

As you approach Washington and 17th, you can hear the faint sounds of the flutes and the cellos amid the buzzing night crowd of Miami Beach. As you near the new 2.5-acre SoundScape Park, you can s...

Rebellious Amanda Palmer delights again

After the release of her first solo album in 2008, "Who Killed Amanda Palmer," Palmer created a fan base by taking advantage of social networks. Now, with 85,676 Facebook followers and 474,0...

Onstage chemistry ignites classic tale

With a Juliet who holds a sword in hand, a Romeo who cannot seem to keep his hands to himself and a sword fight between the two as they declare their love on the balcony, Shakespeare Miami's r...

Edyna Garcia

Contributing EDGE Writer