Advocate magazine snubbed the 305 earlier this year when it released its list of the 15 gayest cities in America, giving a nod to Fort Lauderdale, ranked two, and Orlando, ranked four. It wasn't Miami's decline as a gay capital that inspired the folks from Lester's in Wynwood and Proper Sausages to ... More >>
All photos by Laine Doss Sunset Strip via Miami....the bums were really confused today.You may not have noticed
Photo by Cecile MaurelSteel Pulse founder David Hinds.In the run-up to massive reggae fest Bayside Rocks, Crossfade's already spoken with Frederick "Toots" Hibbert about the birth of reggae. We've also convened with Puerto Rican crew Cultura Profética. (Not to mention, we've spent the week revis ... More >>
"Together we stood our ground as gangsters and young teens yearning to be accepted as men in a very harsh reality."
Ponzi schemes and business frauds are so hot right now. They're the latest craze among the rich and worldly, so of course we're seeing more of them every day. They're like the new Rolexes or Birkin bags for the recession world: Anyone who is anyone got swindled, and if you didn't, you're just a sad ... More >>
What runs through your dirty mind is another story
John Hood Rufus Wainwright November 8, 2008 The Jackie Gleason Theatre at the Fillmore Miami Beach Better Than: Crooning a Storybook They call it a Rubus. In theory, one suspects the thing is related to the centaur (half man/half horse), the mandrake (half man/half plant) and the Minotaur (half m ... More >>
And groove with the man who helped invent the genre.
Devour a buffet of excellent music at the Langerado Music Festival
The Touch Research Institute promotes the laying on of healing hands