Nelson Walker may be the Dolphins number one fan. He's actually wearing a Dolphins jersey out in public without an accompanying paper bag over his head. Walker was even wearing the aqua jersey when he showed up to court on charges that he and a friend stuffed two Dolphins jerseys and a hat down t ... More >>
Jim Wurster is a musician of serious intent. His earliest efforts with Black Janet bolstered the perception, given that the band's dark designs weren't simply a by-product of their name. Still, Wurster really came into his own when he went solo and subsequently formed the Atomic Cowboys, taki ... More >>
Matthew Sabatella connects with just plain folk
After years online, Matthew Sabatella finds himself walking in the park
February 11 - 17, 1999
If you had your way, what single adjustment would you make to enhance the experience of living in South Florida?
R.I.P. Michael Kennedy
Repeatedly sideswiped by fame, singer-songwriter Dennis Britt braces for one last lunge at the big time
Driving home the point at the Southeastern Music Conference
They induced the best national acts to play in a small barroom, and now they're shutting down. Blame the owners. Blame the Beach. Blame yourself.
Packages for the mid-decade wrapped in South Florida
Unsigned bands keep their local connections even as they spread their commercial wings
Second Coming resurrects the idea of funking people up
While you wasted money on a Club auto-security device, the clubbies at the Square were locking up the local-rock game
You've heard about all this hot alternative music. Alternative to what?
It's big city bright future time for local rock
It was one of those magical South Beach nights. Until a car got in the way.
They pick guitar as their instrument, and then they stick their necks out
Buy the other guy lunch. I'll have a beer.
What? No category for most supportive local-music article in a weekly newspaper?