Before we could afford to drink Lion Stout from Sri Lanka and craft beers at the Democratic Republic of Beer, we, like most college kids, would spend our Saturday nights talking shit and playing beer pong till we got piss drunk. And from the looks of this past weekend, not much has changed. Red sol ... More >>
Junip and Helado Negro Bardot June 15, 2011 Better Than: A Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger. Roberto Carlos Lange, a South Florida native, is Helado Negro. His parents were in the audience last night. And while groups of chatting women stood directly front of him, loudly talking about what we can ... More >>
José González is, no doubt, an odd name for a Swede. Born to Argentine parents in Gothenburg, González grew up playing in hardcore bands -- surprising, since he's known for his soft voice and sweet songs. His cover of the Knife's "Heartbeats" made most people's tickers skip a beat. And now he's o ... More >>
Read Crossfade's Q&A with Junip's José González. Does Junip make that big, blood-pumping muscle in your chest go pitter-patter in an irregular way? Well, you're not alone. These three Swedes -- José González, Elias Araya, and Tobias Winterkorn -- do fucked-up things to Crossfade's card ... More >>
Every March, Miami welcomes electronica-crazed masses eager to sweat and do drugs all over our Winter Music Conference. This year, Camarena Tequila will be feeding both the conference tourists, art walkers, and the food truck-crazed locals with tequila-infused tacos.You heard right. Tacos with ... More >>
Douglas Suarez, Jose Gonzalez and Joel Cloralt, three of Worsterer.com's founders, posing with a dress installation by artist Theresa Marie Calluori, currently on exhibit at Windisch-Hunt Gallery.Wednesday was that time of the month again when local tech and social media pros gathered to share id ... More >>
From GWAR to Torche, the acts that rocked the Magic City.
Um, because that's not him.
A condo association rejects a dream tenant and his partner.
A sampling of some recent Miami music releases.
A Swedish-Argentine folk rocker? It must be world beat.
The Garden (Atlantic Records)
Hostility among Haitians crops up in Miami
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The Super's Greatest hits
Miami-Dade's public schools have a nasty habit of charging reporters to view public records -- which probably is illegal
Correspondence from our readers
A top Miami-Dade schools cop is the focus of a probe that recalls the area's biggest police scandal
If you're getting arrested for panhandling in Miami, you'd better not threaten to sue
A TV show about a curative plant sends Miami's Spanish-speaking community into a buying tizzy
Federal officials have spent an eternity trying to put the founders of Fort Lauderdale's Life Extension Foundation behind bars