Hurricanes fans may have been devastated when Alex Collins, a South Plantation High running back considered one of the best prospects in the nation, announced on Monday he'd instead be attending Arkansas next year, but no one was as disappointed as his mother. She's so upset, apparently, that s ... More >>
See also Crossfade's feature story: "Steven A. Clark Is a 'Superhero' and He's Here to Help Save R&B." What is Future RnB? Well, as Fayetteville-via-Miami singer-songwriter Steven A. Clark once told Crossfade over a croissant sandwich: "It ain't just, 'I want to make love to you and make you m ... More >>
Life with Miami indie crew Plains is just a big bag of giggles and kibble. Proof: The band's new music video for single "Stains," a short cinematic road diary that shows the guys having pillow fights in hotel rooms, hanging out in the woods with wild dogs, and playing music for people. But what's ... More >>
Can you handle The Whole Love? 'Cause Wilco's ready to give it to you. Earlier today via wilcoworld.net, the Chicago alt-country crew announced its intention to lay the "Art of Almost" and "Standing O" on six cities across the Southeast U.S., including stops in states like Arkansas, Alabama, Mi ... More >>
Last year, when Frank Ocean's Nostalgia, Ultra and The Weeknd's House of Balloons dropped within weeks of each other, critics and music fans celebrated the arrival of a fresh movement in R&B. Though the moods of those recordings differed considerably, they were both remarkably self-assured an ... More >>
The fast food news is as hot and heavy this Monday morning as a Big Mac with a side of fries. In England, the Sunday Sun reports an exploding rat population (there are currently more rats than people living in the Queen's Realm) explained by fast food trash thrown in the street. Rats are becoming no ... More >>
Robert Platshorn was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. Almost 30 years later, he's free and talking.
Our guide to the 15th annual Caribbean Festival.
For better and worse, Muhammad Ali left his mark on a generation of Miami boxers
Steve Clark teaches criminal law in Miami. He's an expert.
The game of baseball isn't played against the clock, which is a good thing because Jack McKeon has lots of stories to tell