Electronic dance music is officially in love with its own sonic past. All across the international scene, you can hear the recycling of classic styles from the '70s, '80s, and '90s. Now hate all you want, but the fact remains: Some of the golden oldies truly nailed a timeless formula for the da ... More >>
By Ben Guzman, of BenGuzmanPhoto.comBeautiful ceramic floor artWe've been to Cauley Square before, even ate at The Tea Room. It's home to antique shops, the occasional food truck rally, and a cozy little restaurant called The Village Chalet. The name inspires a wooden house or cottage in th ... More >>
Fly2Miami's Sied Van Riel.How many Dutch DJs, producers, and dance music fans does it take to get a major airline to completely re-route its flight plans? The answer: About 150 of them, plus the power of Twitter and the co-sign of Dutch dance music god Tiësto himself. On the Wednesday of the s ... More >>
image via facebook.com/siedvanriel2Dutch DJ Sied van Riel spearheaded the Fly2Miami campaign. The Netherlands may be pretty tiny in actual land mass, but its influence on dance music has been outsized. The country represents a disproportionate influence on the trance scene -- it's the birthplace ... More >>
As our own dearly departed Calvin Godfrey pointed out in 2007, Manuel Noriega and Miami really and truly deserved each other. "Where else does a corrupt, militant South American cocaine trafficker really belong anyway?" he wrote. "Certainly not France. All of his friends are here." ... More >>
Is our airport the most user-unfriendly in America? No, just one of four really unhappy landing sites.
Miami boasts a boxing legend who has kept on swinging through good times and bad. He's the king of the clubs. He's Tuto Zabala.