Hark! What's up with that ear-shredding distortion and the scream of a thousand bald eagles? It's America's birthday. And though sexy, expensive pool parties are a thing that could be done in Miami on this glorious Fourth of July ... Well, we here at Crossfade would also suggest Audio Junkie's th ... More >>
Bring out your peacock-feathered dresses and panda costumes, and get ready for Wynwood's Second Saturday Art Walk. After you've unleashed your inner art snob with work from some of the most creative minds in the city and scored free booze alongside Miami's fashionable hipsters, party it up at the f ... More >>
Who's in the mood for some "aphotic tekno/psychedelic noise"? Awesome. 'Cause local cult of experimental tuneage Roofless Records and its high priest Matt Preira is convening a kickoff ceremony for the Spring of Rites Florida Tour at Wynwood's Gramps tonight. Go forth. Descend into the eternal out ... More >>
One year after You Got Served brought dance floor battles to the silver screen in 2004, Nora Chipaumire was awarded a New York Dance and Performance Award for bringing a much deeper conflict to life through her dance. Her work, titled Chimurenga, will be presented at the Light Box at Goldman Ware ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenHalloween's known as a holiday for freaks. Crazy shit goes down, people lose their inhibitions and let loose. For one night every year, you can be whomever you want -- be it a werewolf, skinhead, or the Virgin Mary -- and no one's going to judge you for it. That was the vibe ... More >>
Photograph: Daniel Edwards/Cory Allen Contemporary ArtJustin and Selena as One by Daniel Edwards. Artist Daniel Edwards is best known for casting a life-sized sculpture of Britney Spears giving birth on all fours, hunched over a bear skin rug. (As if Brit were that earthy!) But now Edwards has sh ... More >>
Local artist Carlos Rigau wanted to show us a house around the corner from his art space and residence General Practice. What's so interesting about this place down the street? It's situated next to an empty lot, under a sexy billboard and the freeway. Unlike General Practice, which is pro ... More >>
Hardcore band Fear has a message for St. Nick: "Fuck Christmas!"Christmas brings a mixture of emotions to the masses. Dealing with family you haven't seen all year. Remembering why you haven't seen them all year. Being too broke to buy appropriate yet clever crap at Brookstone for everyone. Not ... More >>
Juan "Buddah Funk" GomezAt the entry of Kimbaracumbara, a small restaurant club hidden between an art gallery and a Chinese restaurant in Little Havana, there's a painting of the Virgin Mary with a baby Jesus and three angels holding her afloat. Celia Cruz's song "Quimbara" plays in the background. ... More >>
Spinello Gallery, to be exact.
Oh No! Someone's mixed Catholic imagery and sex! How provocative! How controversial! How unoriginal.Rick Sanchez, everyone's favorite former Channel Seven newsman, dedicated a good portion of his Twitter-fueled CNN show yesterday to the latest cover of Mexican Playboy that shows a model who may be c ... More >>
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND BANK ATLANTIC CENTER FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2008 Better than: Watching Steven Van Zandt on reruns of "The Sopranos." The lines between rock ‘n’ roll show and revival meeting were effectively blurred beyond distinction Friday night as Bruce Springsteen and the E ... More >>
Religion and war might seem a strange mix, but ...
Little did Theo Grimes from Miami Gardens know that when he stepped out of the shower he would come face to face with Jesus. Well, it was the image of Jesus on his bathroom wall, but that was still a creepy sight. Just imagine, you’re toweling off and next thing you know Jesus' visage is staring y ... More >>
Apparently, He can also be delicious and crunchy
DVD releases for the week of October 10, 2006
Frankie's Big City Grill
Hollywood Playhouse: Six playlets in search of a theme
The sixth Brazilian Film Festival is a high-definition affair
Setting is lush, language is Spanish; still, this reviewer has got a problem with story
Divided We Fall shows its subject -- the persecution of the Jews -- in a surprising new light
From the issue of December 21, 2000
Maria don't mind living in limbo
New Times finally concludes the brouhaha over the brat
Keith Moss doesn't wash his car. He waters it because plants are growing out of it. Isn't that crazy?
Tamara Hendershot seeks out those who work their artistic magic in obscurity. The visionary art she finds is hot, but for her, buying and selling it is a labor of love.
The church is Russian. The priest is from Boston. The founders were midgets. And the congregation is slim to none.
Local UFOlogists bring a religious zeal to their tales of alien visitations. Delusions? For real? Whatever, they watch the skies and wait.