The lobby of the Albion Hotel in South Beach is a study in brightness. The walls, terrazzo flooring, and furnishings are crisp white with some striking accent colors. However, just to the right of the reception desk is a heavy red velvet curtain. Step behind it and you are transported somewhere far ... More >>
In the shadows of a cocaine skyline, in the bitter freeze of winter, with fewer than a legion of supporters, and a raging douchenozzle hellbent on destruction ... The seven samurai of Fishbone gathered by the river, armed for battle, and unleashed a sonic boom of future funk on the Tobacco Road pa ... More >>
While popular electronic music has become synonymous with hugely inflated ticket prices, tables full of empty bottles, and mindlessly overproduced big-room bangers, Miami's own Jonathan Cowan keeps the fire burning for the South Beach's long-lost underground. For Winter Music Conference 2012, Th ... More >>
Marcel's Quantum Kitchen - part cooking show, part science experimentMarcel Vigneron is best known as the Top Chef Season Two runner up and molecular gastronomy dweeb. On the popular television competition, his shtick was dipping things in liquid nitrogen and pissing off the other contestan ... More >>
These club kids are cold, cold, cold.
Artist Kevin Arrow rummages the world in a new exhibit at the Farside Gallery in Westchester.
Creepy crawlies invade Brian Burkhardts work
The Dark Knight's origin story can't overcome its Baleful side
Some interesting horror flicks, a couple of relationship movies, and plenty of action save summer from sequels
The Miami International Film Festival, now over at Miami Dade College, turns yet another leaf
A cautionary tale for ticket scalpers at Pro Player Stadium
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Nicole Guillemet has proved that she can direct the Miami International Film Festival; maybe next year we'll be talking about the movies
Cut guitarist Steve Tibbetts some slack and you'll hear real world music
The south India dance village gets its move on
Too many shocks numb the senses in Vertical Limit
As Big Oil forces out the last independent gas station dealers, the era of truly giant oil begins
The FIU Seventeenth Miami Film Festival
The Mission's eco-position
Bruce Udolf spent seven years arguing public corruption cases for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami. A report from the front lines.
Laurie Anderson continues to scale the heights of performance art