Spoken Soul Festival! March 22 - 24, 2013

It's no secret that the ladies of RNDM MIAMI love spoken word poetry. It's also no secret that we're always sure to represent ladies from everywhere and everywhere for our city so it is unbelievable exciting to share with you the details of the upcoming SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day: Spoken Soul Showcase!

Showcasing and uniting female warriors armed with paint brushes, microphones and camera lenses through advocacy and creativity.

The Spoken Soul Festival that celebrates SWAN DAY is actually a three day festival that focuses on Philanthropy, Community and Women Artists. This Friday, March 22, 2013 from 3pm - 6pm, the festival kicks off with SWAN Community Program which provides the production team, sponsors and featured artists an opportunity to give back to the community. This year's beneficiary is the Little Haiti Cultural Center's Arts After School program. The poetry art created by the young artists (grades K-8) at this event will be donated to Radio Lollipop for children affected by cancer throughout our community.

The (FREE!) Spoken Soul Showcase, taking place this Saturday from 6pm - 10pm at the Gibson Miami Showroom inside the Dorissa Building, will feature 12 women artists, their art, spoken word, music and general girl power awesomeness. What's not to love about that? This event is part of annual holiday during Women's History Month (which, we're right in the middle of by the way) and it is one of the several different events taking place around the world, all in support of female artists!

The closing event that takes place on Sunday, the Vanessa Baez Memorial Women's Brunch, celebrates everyday women with extraordinary courage. This intimate brunch will be hosted at Bal Harbour's Mister Collins restaurant. Tickets are available www.spokensoulfestival.com.

For more information on any of the Spoken Soul Festival events, please visit www.spokensoulfestival.com, like them on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SpokenSoulFest and follow them Twitter https://twitter.com/spokensoulfest.

You're Invited!: The Heineken Mural Project

Winter is an evasive season for most but for us in the Magic City, it's more like invasive. The clear skied & beautiful, never-dropping-below-50-degree weather attracts more than a few new neighbors our way over the course of this season; one of which we feel never seems to stay long enough: Art Basel! For those of you unfamiliar, Art Basel is an international contemporary art exhibition that takes place yearly in both Basel, Switzerland as well as right here in Miami, FL. Even though the exhibition has been calling Miami its once yearly home since 2002, only in recent years have we been able to fully experience the explosion of culture surrounding the exhibition. The main art exhibition takes place inside the Miami Beach Convention Center on South Beach but due to the development of the Midtown, Design District and Wynwood Arts District areas (R.I.P. Mr. Goldman!), we've seen a rise in the number galleries housing both local and international artists, restaurants and boutiques. As a result of all this activity, Miami not only attracts bonafide art (both traditional and street) aficionados during this time but music buffs, fashion fans and all general members of the see-and-be-seen crowd. Long story short: there will be a ton of stuff to do, no matter what you're in to.

We'll be keeping you updated about different events as they come out and hopefully bringing you a calendar of events per day once everything kicks off. 

We'd like to kick things off with an invitation to come and check out The Heineken Mural Project launching during this year's Art Basel which combines art, technology and bicycling in innovating ways. This is especially fun because as Miami grows (and so does traffic, grr), options for transportation should too. Both cyclists and pedestrians will have a chance to interact with this project. Featuring 6 renowned bi-cultural artists (Chor Boogie, Estria, Prime, Don Rimx, Trek6 and CP1), interpreting Heineken's "Open your World" message, the murals created during this time frame will feature QR code technology (first time in Miami!) where you can scan for more information on the artist and The Mural Project. There will also be a bike sharing service to help you cut through Art Basel week traffic (located in front of Wood Tavern, soon to be home of the Heineken Beer Garden) and several popup parties at the mural sites. These parties will be announced on Twitter and Instagram using the hash-tag #heinekenmurals so be sure to follow! 

Art Basel Miami Beach takes place December 6-9, 2012. For more information on the Heineken Mural Project, please visit: www.remezcla.com/heinekenmuralproject.

Heineken Beer Garden and Bike Station
Wood Tavern 
December 3 to 9, 2012
2531 NW 2nd Avenue | Wynwood Art District


Heineken Midtown Bike Station
Art Miami
December 3 to 9, 2012
Midtown Blvd (NE 1st Ave) Between NE 32nd and NE 31st


Heineken Artist Hub
The Workshop Collective
View work by The Heineken Artists, enjoy Heineken products and giveaways.
December 6 to 9, 2012 | 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
171 NW 23 St, Wynwood Art District


Heineken Music Hub
The Stage
Check out live music by national and local bands while enjoying the
Heineken Beer Garden at Miami's best live music venue.
December 3 to 9, 2012
170 NE 38th Street, Design District, Miami


Pulse Art Fair
Heineken Sponsored Satellite Fair

December 6 to 9, 2012
1400 North Miami Avenue, Miami

The Heart of the City

We love Hip-Hop.
We love Miami.

Those two facts are what led us to want to start this business. We wanted to contribute to the culture and city we love so much in any way we could. It's always love for those that feel the same way.

Enter Robert Bell (a.k.a. Bboy Fantum) and the event The Heart of the City.

The Heart of the City event was created to bring kids together through their love of the dance element of Hiip-Hop, otherwise known as 'breakdancing' or 'breakin'.  This free (!) event provides gives kids the opportunity to chase their dance dreams without putting a strain on mom and dad's wallets. The goal is to be able to bring this event to every community in Florida and then have the participants spread their teachings and the love worldwide. In order to assist in this goal, a GoFundMe account has been created to help make the next installment of The Heart of the City possible. Click through the link below to find out what your donation will help bring to our community.

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We hope to see you on November 2, 2012, which is the projected date for The Heart of the City.
Thanks for your support!

RNDM <3s you.


Just like that, were BACK at DXC MIAMI THIS SATURDAY!

Make sure to come through and check out all of our new items at lower prices or just come through to show some love!

DXC is on March 31st at:

2585 NW 21st Terrace
Miami, FL 33142


Stay live!

Be Our Valentine!

Purchase 2 or more items and you'll receive 20% off your entire order. We've added some new stuff to the shop, including Rastaclat bracelets which are flying off our (virtual) shelves! Expect more new items to be added in the next few days but for now... click below to shop! [Sale ends February 17th]


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