As YouTube becomes increasingly wealthy, its stars and the networks that contract with them battle for money and creative control.
When Bobby Johnston, better known locally as Bobby Load, passed away yesterday, it seemed a particularly unfair piece of bad news for a segment of Miami's rock veterans. Following the old cliche of bad things happening in threes, Johnston's death marks the third loss in as many months for the same s ... More >>
Who knew the film of the New Year would be one that's (gasp) both silent and black-and-white? Even while everyone is running out to slap on their 3-D glasses and peep Hugo, they're keeping their eyes on the past with the surprise hit The Artist.The drama captures a potential romance and then care ... More >>
Photo by Manny HernandezTony Bennett performing at the Knight Concert Hall at the Arsht Center.Tony BennettFriday, January 8, 2010Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, MiamiBetter Than: The BestThe new songs are "lousy." That's what Tony Bennett said from the stage of the Arsht Center du ... More >>
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It's time for early-Eighties nostalgia, thanks to a record store's anniversary celebration of Miami's rip-roaring rock