In this week's metro, we describe how advances in DNA technology have allowed Miami-Dade medical investigators to solve at least 16 cold cases in the past couple of years. The murder of one woman, whose body parts were found all over town, haunted cops and coroners alike for nearly 30 years before g ... More >>
You know you're in Wynwood when you can get free tacos on a Tuesday, witness dozens of food trucks gather on a Saturday, and see bikers unite to form what looks like a scene out of Hell's Angels on a Thursday. We love Wynwood because of places like Wood, Shots, Panther Coffee, and Gramps that all ... More >>
Better Than: Dead Kennedys without Jello, The Misfits without Danzig, and the last 25 years of Bad Brains. Last night, Downtown Miami dance hall Grand Central hosted yet another righteous punk show. In fact, this might've been the best rock concert that we've ever seen at the club. See also: -OFF ... More >>
Sure, John Philip Stirling may be Canadian, but he's also the most Miami-flavored drug smuggler to land in local federal court since the heyday of the Cocaine Cowboys. When he was caught at sea last week off Colombia with 800 pounds of coke, the good captain flat-out told the feds: "There's nothi ... More >>
Photo by Alyssa Robb.A gothic metropolis in sunny California, San Francisco is a city suffering from a schizo split. It's bred hippies, Hells Angels, and the Zodiac Killer. And five years ago, old San Fran gave birth to a certain psych-pop trio called Lemonade that luxuriates in the idea of swi ... More >>
The first artists' on Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group imprint, the Carol City Cartel aka Triple C's, are slated to release their debut album, Custom Cars and Cycles in 2010 and last week Ross, Gunplay, Torch and Young'n Breed took over Euro Motor Sport to shoot the album art. The Hell's Angels th ... More >>
The above video is from an 8mm film transfer shot by a fifteen year old South Florida kid on May 18, 1968. The images come from the Miami Pop Festival, which featured The Mothers Of Invention (Frank Zappa's band), Chuck Berry, Steppenwolf, Three Dog Night, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and more ... More >>
via LJ BearsThe Hell's Angels' outlaw hey-day peaked about 40 years ago at Altamont, but pop-culture and ingrained stereotypes have conspired to paint bikers as a unifromerly brutish group. But a new survey actually shows that in a lot of ways, motorcycle owning men in Miami are a bit more sensitive ... More >>
Seniors Scorsese and the Stones together again.
Loud rock music, sleight of hand, and life in a trailer. What a combo!
Maybe it's time for this blade to stop swinging
A Jumping Jack Flash quiz
Hot models and sweet ride
For Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the old photography ways are still best
Hunter Thompson, Rolling Stone, & all that . . .
Tom Wolfe gets drowned out by the Latin dot-com hype
Even the Love Generation had its festival of hate
Koerner's picking and singing spans four decades of Americana
The little cult phenomenon that could: Phish
With local interest on the wane, a graying biker gang resolves to head south of the border. Como se dice "raisin' hell"?
Put down the field glasses and close up the guidebooks. When Florida's top avian enthusiasts do battle, the feathers fly.