It's true that a famous surname draws a lot of attention. Now imagine being the son or daughter of not one, but two famous parents. Double the benefits? Perhaps. But double the pressure? Most assuredly. No one knows that better than Michele Coltrane. The only daughter of jazz giants John and Alic ... More >>
Kevin (left), Hans (right). Sparky's Roadside Barbecue opened a year ago in downtown Miami. Owners Hans Seitz (from Queens, New York), and Kevin Kehoe (from Woodbury, Long Island), had originally talked of doing a barbecue truck, "but Miami specifically says, in its code, 'no barbecue trucks,'" e ... More >>
Nicole Henry.I guess we usually forget about Miami Lakes and muddle it with neighboring Hialeah or think of it as that place we must make the Palmetto curve on our way to Joe Robbie Stadium (or whatever the hell it's called this year). Turns out that Miami Lakes and its citizenry are avid fan ... More >>
If you think that innovation in house music has already hit the roof, then you need to lend an ear to Brooklyn's No Regular Play for some of the freshest, most forward-thinking sounds to rock a machine drum beat. Since joining the Wolf Lamb label-collective in 2009, Nick DeBruyn and Greg Paulus ... More >>
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