After a week of non-stop labor, it's time to toss your papers in the air, storm out of your cubicle like a boss, and kick-off your three-night-wild-party-cheap-booze binge with the ten best things to do under $10 this weekend. Check 'em out, from the People's Blues of Richmond at Railroad Blues to ... More >>
Since 2007, every third Saturday in April has been set aside for the observance of Record Store Day, when vinyl lovers and music fans show love and appreciation to the their local shops. In Miami, though brick-and-mortar music retailers like Spec's, Virgin Megastore, and F.Y.E. are certainly a thin ... More >>
A Passage to India, a month long pop-up, premiered last evening at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove. The special event turns the hotel's restaurant into an Indian dining hall every Thursday through Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. from October 3 to November 3. The pop-up transforms the luxury hotel's Bizcaya ... More >>
When the most important verdict in his state's recent history came down, Gov. Rick Scott was a thousand miles away in New York. He didn't exactly rush back to Tallahassee to face protestors upset at George Zimmerman's acquittal, finally returning to the capital on Tuesday, but quickly decamping for ... More >>
As 2011 comes to an end, we're getting all nostalgic about the great moments in Miami culture that took place over the past year. And we know we're not alone. So we've asked some of Miami's top artists, writers, film producers and other cultural geniuses about their favorite 2011 memories. La ... More >>
Via facebook.com/TamaraSkyGet your Basel happy ending with Tamara Sky, The Overthrow, and Hard 2 Leave.Check out Crossfade's blogs on other awesome Basel week events like YACHT, Salem, James Murphy's Special Disco Version, Yelle, and GZA. It might seem like a really rad idea to spend the next fo ... More >>
Shake your Bacon with Footloose.Last month, a remake of one of America's most cherished musical films was released. Of course, we're talking about Footloose, the movie about one young man's struggle with authorities to express his overwhelming desire to dance! The remake is now screening all o ... More >>
Photo by Bek AndersenIn the hot-as-balls summer of 2009, three dudes from New York City -- rappers Himanshu "Heems" Suri and Victor "Kool A.D." Vazquez, and hype guy Ashok "Dapwell" Kondabolu -- banded together under the vaguely ominous moniker Das Racist, made some beats, spit some rhymes, smok ... More >>
All photos by Laine DossSome of South Florida's best chefs got together to serve food and wine pairings last night to 500 guests at the Kampong's annual Bali Ha'i event. The party, located in the Kampong's Coconut Grove bayfront garden, had a Bollywood theme, complete with fire dancers ... More >>
Paula NiñoFor Indian actress and cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey, the best thing to do with a mango is simply eat it. Her favorite way to enjoy them doesn't involve a knife or perfectly cut dice. Instead, she pierces the top of a soft, ripe mango with her nail, puts the fruit to her mouth, squeez ... More >>
After years of taking parts in more cheesy B-list sequels than Eugene Levy, the Magic City has achieved A-list status at the box office. For the second weekend in a row, the Miami-filmed flick Marley & Me came in at number one in ticket sales. Yeah, yeah, America may love Jennifer Aniston, cu ... More >>
With only two days to go until West Coast super DJ/Producer Madlib the Badkid, arrives in Miami for a show at Blacksheep Bar on December 4th, I'm personally excited to see how Miami reacts to him. There are times when he gets audiences like the one in the video above. It's a three minute clip from t ... More >>
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One Day Till the Primary: Would Jesus Vote for Hillary?: Only 24 hours until Jesus reveals his endorsement for the next president of the United States! All last week, Jesus picked apart the candidates and dismissed them like Judas at the Last Supper, from John Edwards to Mitt Romney. Today, Jesus s ... More >>
The “World” section at your local music retailer is just a way to pile together all the stuff that isn’t from America or the UK. It really isn’t fair that Bossanova joints can be found right next to some Riverdance jams, but English-born Sri Lankan M.I.A.’s latest, Kala, truly deserves to ... More >>
And maybe a little Imamura too