Much like phony-baloney award shows or boring-as-shit overpriced music festivals, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is -- generally speaking -- a big bunch of bullshit. Or as the Sex Pistols would say, "a piss stain." Look, we're totally stoked that Kraftwerk, N.W.A., and Public Enemy might finally go ... More >>
Back in the 90s, boy bands were a dime a dozen. We would flip on MTV to see who made the cut on Total Request Live, only to find that 90 percent of the videos featured three to five pouty-lipped Ken Dolls with frosted tips. Now that enough time has past and shrieking tweens have downsized the objec ... More >>
The Williams sisters' pop isn't the first to use celebu-dad status to score a young babe.
Wikimedia CommonsThe Sony Ericsson Open begins tomorrow on Key Biscayne, and that means the tennis world's most notorious one-man circus is coming to town. Forget the athletes; we're following Richard Williams, dad of the top-seeded sisters and Palm Beach Gardens residents Serena and Venus. Richard' ... More >>
What's up with the sudden chill? It ruined our plans to hangout poolside on Sunday with plenty of stiff drinks to go around. Well, the drinking still happened, but we were bundled up indoors. The biggest news this weekend, of course, was the reopening of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Plenty of celebriti ... More >>
Joe Jackson Saturday, November 15, 2008 The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater Joe Jackson has always occupied an upper strata in the world of rock, an artist who’s daringly dabbled in a variety of seemingly disparate genres and pulled each off with convincing aplomb. He took fl ... More >>
Cash Moneys top exec comes to roost in Miami
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You like this CD? So, uh, do you actually like it or do you just sorta -- oh, never mind.
A black charter school was supposed to lead African-American youth into a bright future. It hasn't happened.
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When it comes to constructing roadside billboards, the City of Miami is a regular free-for-all
Here comes another singer-songwriter-guitarist-plumber