Put another Sweatstock in the wrinkly, rain-faded books. The fourth installment of Sweat Records' anniversary party and Record Store Day celebration played out on three stages in Little Haiti. But it's not just good times and dancing in the intermittent sun. It is also bleak, stomach-turning angst ... More >>
Registered sex offender Luis Guillermo Alicea was charged with burglary and criminal mischief after going full Grand Theft Auto on a Jacksonville neighborhood this week.Alicea, 38, broke the little known law that states you can't go tits-on-a-duck crazy, running up and down a neighborhood street goi ... More >>
Things that are cool in one context are often not cool in others. For instance, if you arrived at the Pitchfork Music Festival in your kandi best, you would certainly not be the belle of the ball. You'd be a lame-o freak in neon, crying over a box of doughnuts on her way home. But just as location ... More >>
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
The writer/director on filming in NYC, George Romero, and saying no to bad script notes.
For the past month or so, we've all had Jeremy Lin spewed on our faces, whether we wanted it or not. Turn on your TV: LIN! Tune into your favorite radio station: LIN! Log on to twitter: LIN! The Republican debates: LIN! Jump in the shower: LIN! Your morning cereal toy prize: LIN!And then Lin and ... More >>
Superstar drummer of Devo and A Perfect Circle sells himself, his famous friends, and all-you-can-eat shrimp dinners to promote his new album.
The joys of DIY filmmaking persist in Son of Rambow.
Facing Indy at the box office, Narnia sequel ups the action and loses some magic.
With Hitchcock in its rear window, bland voyeur thriller does its best not to perturb(ia)
David Fincher's Type-A approach to filmmaking pays off
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda ever
Scott Zona is a man with a plant
Van Helsing explodes movie legends with hip upgrades
At least the Heat's Xtreme Team special-events coordinator is a winner
Don't tell archaeologist Bob Carr that the mysterious Miami Circle is just a bunch of holes in the ground. He knows better than that.
Cynics say that to explore the depths of South Florida culture, all you have to do is scratch the surface. Dade County archaeologist Bob Carr digs deeper and knows better.
A distinguished panel of judges surveys Miami's indoor pleasure palaces and raises a profound question: Who needs nature?