Matthew Kenney recently visited five countries in the span of a week. It was an educational trip for the American chef, and Kenney's eager to put his unique spin on the knowledge he's accumulated. One of his stops was in Denmark, as Copenhagen is home to some of the world's most innovative chefs, ... More >>
DJ Craze is more than just a Miami legend, he's an international beat-merkin' icon. And when it comes to technicality, style, battling, whatever, Crazearoni's the man. Tonight, he's celebrating his happy birthday with an especially rowdy and festive edition of the free Slow Roast monthly at The Ga ... More >>
J. Wakefield Brewing's CrowdBrewed campaign recently reached its goal of $55,000 in just over 26 hours. The pledged amount now far exceeds $100,000 and there is still 23 days left to go. To help raise money for his brewery, Johnathan Wakefield is offering some wild incentives to those who pledge su ... More >>
Is there anything Anthony Bourdain can't do? Now pretty much retired from the kitchen, Bourdain is a television star, producer, writer, wannabe mixed martial artist, and Brony (a male fan of My Little Pony)! Unlike most of us, who spent the summer trying to get in as much beach time as possible, Bo ... More >>
RiRi may be a lost causee, but she's right about one thing: "Cheers to the fricken' weekend!" But unlike Rihanna, you don't have to spends wads of cash on over-the-top bashes and endless bottles to have one hell of a weekend -- all you need is $10. Check out Crossfade's ten best music-related thin ... More >>
Perhaps not since the Beach Boys has a musical act been as evocative of Southern California as Los Angeles production duo Poolside. The title of the pair's 2012 debut album -- Pacific Standard Time -- gives it away. And the sun-kissed laid-back disco grooves are pure Californian leisure -- a perfec ... More >>
Anthony Bourdain has been to Tokyo before, but this episode of No Reservations focuses on Cook It Raw, where 15 of the world's leading chefs travel to Japan to prepare a meal for 50 invited dignitaries and media types that apparently involves foraging and hunting for your ingredients -- un ... More >>
Jamie Jones and Lee Foss's Hot Creations label has spawned a major stylistic trend across the transatlantic tech-house scene, with many an imitator wielding their darkly sexed-up bass-heavy sound. And among Hot Creations' growing collective of elite producers is Milan-based duo Clockwor ... More >>
Photo by Chas Bowens The Blow's Khaela Maricich.Khaela Maricich has no problem sharing the most personal details of her life with the public. Over the last week alone, she's told the world about the embarrassing dance move she performed at a New Year's Eve Party, her admiration for Tina Fey, a ... More >>
Joel Huff caught Azul's wave.When Clay Conley left Azul at the Mandarin Oriental to open Buccan in Palm Beach, a collective gasp could be heard 'round Miami. Who would replace him? The chef de cuisine gig was plum, but stepping into a kitchen beset with so much expectation would be a daunting task.E ... More >>
Global ambassadors. You're welcome, world.First Cubans broke Miami, then they fixed it up better than it was before, says globalization expert Saskia Sassen. Now, she says, Miami is a model for cities around the globe."Before the 1990s, Miami was sort of a dreadful little spot, frankly," Sassen t ... More >>
If a man is dating Modern Family star and Colombian bombshell Sofia Vergara, what more could he possibly want out of life? Well, according to Page Six, the man who is currently dating Vergara, Nicholas Loeb, one day wants to be Governor of Florida. As the gossip column is quick to point out, that ... More >>
Ok, we're just posting this because Bradford didn't take a photoBackstage after Thursday night's Kashmir show at Maggie Mae's, an awfully tall fellow could be seen laughing with Kashmir's lead singer, Kaspar Eistrup. Turns out it was Paul Dempsey, lead crooner and guitarist of Australian band So ... More >>
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