We've "got a feeling inside..." It's "a certain kind" of feeling we just "can't explain." That's because British rock legends and Hall of Famers the Who have just announced their two-leg 50th anniversary tour and yep, they're coming to the Magic City next spring. Check the cut for the Who's full ... More >>
Remember how bad the Super Bowl was last Sunday? That was awesome. Bad football is better than no football, and this past Sunday, that realization smacked lots of us dead in the face. If you didn't think about the NFL being gone during the week, you figured it out when you turned on ESPN at noon, ... More >>
As Drizzy Drake himself likes to brag: "Started from the bottom, now we're here." Just a year and a half ago (even after the radio rap glory of his sophomore album, Take Care, and massive singles like "The Motto"), the YMCMB member was still "drinkin' with his people" in mid-sized venues. But "no ... More >>
Jeffrey Loria may try to paint the Miami Marlins as a money drain, but he's certainly getting a big ol' bang for his investment buck. According to new Forbes estimates out today, the Marlins are worth $520 million. That's only 26th in the league, but significantly up from the $360 million the team w ... More >>
South Beach has many distinctive qualities, however traditional and affordable are not the first ones that come mind. And generally the carnivorous Lincoln Road hot-spot, Meat Market is neither.But every Sunday, Meat Market dishes out wood grilled, slow roasted slabs of prime rib for $38.Plan on it ... More >>
Welcome to The Chum Bucket.We're a year from the new Marlins Stadium opening, but it's already one of the most hated edifices ever built in Miami. (Just ask Carlos Alvarez). So while we spend the next 40 years paying down the $2.4 billion in interest on this elephant we never wanted and didn't ge ... More >>
Photo by DJ Scoob Doo via weezythanxyou.comLil Wayne's hitting the highways with Nicky Minaj and Rick Ross.Ever since he made the break from Rikers back in November, we've been so hyped about Lil Wayne's inevitable trip across these United States that we could barely sleep. Or shit. Our goggles ... More >>
It's a felony, sure, but in the absence of real immigration reform, some young, assimilated illegal immigrants see it as their best path to citizenship.
Superstar drummer of Devo and A Perfect Circle sells himself, his famous friends, and all-you-can-eat shrimp dinners to promote his new album.
All team names are far from created equal. Some basic math: Celtics > Raptors; Red Sox > Devil Rays; Colts > Texans; and everyone on a field, rink, or pitch outside of Anaheim laughed their asses off at the Mighty Ducks until they wised up and lost the Disney adjective a few years ago.via Wikimedia ... More >>
Ximena Sariñana is nothing if not precocious. The Mexican actress/singer-songwriter claims her love affair with music began at the age of 2, when she attended an Ella Fitzgerald concert and at 7 she was enrolled in singing lessons with famed vocal coach, Ricardo Sanchez at the urging of her neighb ... More >>
It was outlawed. Now it's popular and one of the nation's best teams is just up the road.
MTV Español stars Sóniko want to take you to their planet
Hot duo Sin Bandera brings Spanish R&B to the masses
Babasonicos just wants to make a decent wage -- and some really weird music
We're going to have American food coming out of our corn-fed ears
Café Tu Tu Tango
Go Marlins! Go Panthers! Go Heat! Go to hell.
The late Bruce Springsteen did not appear on Saturday Night Live. And don't let the Japanese convince you he did.
How one indefatigable gadfly managed to garner national recognition for Dade County: He had to go to the bathroom. Bad.