Round up your shot glasses and pour the tequila ... It's Friday! And since payday is an entire week away, and we're all, well, broke, we're gonna sing the blues with Juke at the Stage, have a chaotic rock meltdown at Churchill's, do the "bump 'n' hustle" at the Pickle, and party on the cheap with t ... More >>
A vegan food fest may not be revolutionary in some parts of the world, but in a city that worships all things pork, an entire weekend revolving around leafy greens and plant-based protein is pretty amazing. Alison Burgos and Michelle Gaber's brainchild is a new breed of plant-based celebration -- ... More >>
Vegans don't get much love in this pork belly town, but that is about to change with the introduction of an annual event that celebrates plant-based cuisine. The Seed Food & Wine Festival (SFWF) will do for vegans, vegetarians, and the "veggie-curious," what the South Beach Wine & Food Festival doe ... More >>
You may have noticed quite a bit of coverage for this LAMC thing on Crossfade lately. Like this, this and this. But we've got a good reason. Going strong for over a decade now, the Latin Alternative Music Conference is the biggest of its kind, a sort of mecca for the indie scene's&nbs ... More >>
We know you've been wondering: How exactly did Marco Rubio stir the conservative fire in his belly before jumping onstage during the campaign? Reading George Will? Watching O'Reilly grill some hapless liberals?Nope: Straight-up gangsta rap. Rubio liked to crank Tupac and NWA before his speeches, ... More >>
Long before Marco Rubio and David Rivera became two of the highest profile Republican candidates in Florida, the Miami politicos shared a nice shady suburban house in Tallahassee, a few miles from the state capitol, just off the Apalachee Parkway.via New York Times MagazinePresumably, the scene insi ... More >>
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