Thank the gods for people like Josh Frank. Blue Starlite drive-in owner is one of those creative types constantly making cool shit for us schlubby consumers to sit back and enjoy.
Writer, direc... More >>
4/20 is more than just a holiday. It's a lifestyle, man. A secret understanding between stoners. An unspoken code of conduct. It's an agreement. 4/20 is the definitive term of cannabis culture,... More >>
Hold on to your liver, mateys.
The Miami Rum Renaissance Festival returns to the Doubletree Hotel Miami Airport Convention Center April 25 to 27 (Friday, April 25 is open to trade only).
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Age, of course, is a state of mind. But it's easy to feel like you've aged 30 years after three busy days at Coachella.
Whether you've gone to the festival since the first year in 1999 or ju... More >>
Max Strang is one of Miami's leading young architects. He's best known for his mid-century modern homes, and operates out of a Coconut Grove office. Though, his firm also keeps a satellite branch... More >>
Looking for a nice stuffed baby alligator posed so it looks like it's waving hello for your living room or bedside table? Better act fast.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ... More >>
It's rare that a first-time feature director can make as competent a film as Brooklyn-based Daniel Patrick Carbone with Hide Your Smiling Faces. New York Times critic Stephen Holden compared h... More >>
Miami's newest record label, Space Tapes, is set to launch.
Founded by three of the creative minds -- David Sinopoli, Jason Odio, and N.E.R.D.'s Shay Haley -- behind many of the Miami music sc... More >>
Ultra Music Festival has announced that its new security director will be none other than current Miami Beach police chief Ray Martinez.
The move makes sense. Martinez already announced that he... More >>
This weekend packs a lot of punch in the holiday department. First off, Good Friday is today, and if you're planning on having a fish dish, we've got you covered.
Of course, Passover continues ... More >>
Around 6 p.m. last night, Gov. Rick Scott took off his jacket, perched onto an uncomfortable folding chair in an empty room and flipped open his Macbook to have a reasonable Facebook question-an... More >>
Just because you don't eat animal products anymore doesn't necessarily mean you want to forego the bar scene. After all, where else are you going to meet the Jay-Z to your Beyoncé? But hanging at... More >>
Congratulations, you made it through all the deadlines, meetings, and endless phone calls of the week!
As a reward for being such a dedicated worker, you deserve to spend the two days jamming... More >>
It's hard to capture Stefano Campanini's attention for more than a couple minutes. As owner of Downtown Miami's Wine By the Bay, he has a passion for the product and a charming Italian demeanor t... More >>
This Sunday, while a good portion of the world celebrates Easter, a growing number of people will embrace a different holiday: 4/20.
On this auspicious holiday, people who embrace pot (or at le... More >>
Sometimes, it ain't easy being sexy. In October, organizers from the first-ever adult-themed mud run announced it would switch locations from central Florida to Virginia Key. Now, the event is twe... More >>
The NBA Playoffs begin Sunday for the Miami Heat against the Charlotte Bobcats, and lord knows it's not their first time at the dance. It will be the team's 18th appearance in their relatively you... More >>
It's a holiday weekend, and actually, we mean that in more ways than one.
A lot of people will be heading to church Sunday morning. Meanwhile, a lot of people will be higher than they've been al... More >>
The greatest South American writer, the man who popularized magic realism and turned journalism into dream-like fiction, is dead.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was 87 years old. He wrote perhaps the g... More >>
Miami Beach became one of the Jewish capitals of America thanks in part to the mass immigration fleeing anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe under the Nazis. So it's no surprise that when news broke e... More >>
If you've collected two or more DUIs in Florida, a judge can force you to install an interlock device in your car. The device requires you to blow into it before you can start your car. If it det... More >>
When Wally Pfister won an Oscar for Inception, his sixth film with Christopher Nolan, he went home and put the statuette on his mantel. "And then it moved to the corner, and then my office, and t... More >>
The Pulitzer Prize is one of those real-deal brass ring honors in the literary world. Writers dream of it from the moment they first pick up the pen, to the last drop of ink they drain.
The awar... More >>
Roll a blunt, light it up, take a puff, and pass it down. It's 4/20, man.
And in honor of the national weed holiday, we here at Crossfade have provided you with the best places to go and smok... More >>
Chuck Woodward is still a student at UM finishing up his master's in finance. He also happens to be the cool co-owner of Chill-N, a unique ice cream concept off-the-beaten path in Pinecrest. He ... More >>
The NBA Playoffs start Saturday, and it could not come soon enough.
This year, the Miami Heat, and the three superstars the team is built around, go for their fourth NBA Finals in a row and a p... More >>
With Blondfire and Ghost Beach
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Bringing the spirit of rock 'n' roll to the stage is easier said than done.
For a band like The Sounds, howe... More >>
When Dewey LoSasso was named Acqualina's executive chef in December 2013, he was taking time to get the feel of the resort before making major changes to the menus. He told Short Order: "Right n... More >>
Inside the Colonial-style monolith that houses Beggs & Lane, Pensacola's oldest law firm, sits Sonya Dobbs, a thin-lipped paralegal from Birmingham, Alabama, with a button nose and long black hair.… More >>
When the City of Miami unveiled its highly anticipated trolley system two years ago this month, city officials were clearly satisfied with themselves. Mayor Tomás Regalado — who had championed… More >>
Public misled: Your piece about a long-gone incinerator in Coconut Grove still potentially endangering residents ("Ashes to Ashes," David Villano, April 10) was very interesting. I'm sure in the… More >>
In Miami, having a celebrity as a frontman practically guarantees politicians will approve a public boondoggle. Indeed, it seems Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is ready to hand over prime waterfront… More >>