14 hours ago | Concerts
Five years ago a rugby accident left Florida Atlantic University student James "Woody" Beckham paralyzed from the chest down. But despite the long road that injury would set Beckham down, the injury hasn't defeated the Coconut Grove resident. "Som...
7 days ago | Nightlife
"We keep saying maybe we won't do it this year, but then we decide why not," Lolo Reskin says. Lauren "Lolo" Reskin, the owner of Miami's Sweat Records, will — thankfully — once again throw her signature Thanksgiving Eve '80's Prom this year. This...
12 days ago | Miami Music
Birthed in a Doral warehouse, the Miami Music Project has spent the last five years teaching kids who might not otherwise have the chance how to sing and play musical instruments, from the violin to the tuba. "Our goal is to transform communities ...
13 days ago | Concerts
When visiting a juvenile detention center to perform a concert with his band Suénalo, Chad Bernstein and the rest of the group tried to lecture the kids about how music could lead them on a better path. There was only one problem: No one was payin...
19 days ago | Interviews
"I wanted to pay homage to my city, Miami." Toto Gonzalez says. That was his goal on, Orange, the second album he's released as Mr. Pauer. "Everyone who was part of the album lived in Miami at the time it was recorded. Twelve nationalities are rep...
20 days ago | Lists
In life, there are ups and downs. So when we posted a list of the 15 greatest moments in Miami music history back in September, it got us thinking about the darker times. And Miami has seen plenty of those. Not to imply that any one death is someh...