"Space," Oscar G insists, "was all I ever wanted." No doubt, during his decades in the dance music game, the 305 house legend has achieved far more significant things (like, say, 12 top-ten hits in 17 years with Ralph Falcón on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs chart) than a residency at a downtown ... More >>
South Beach can be a dangerous place. Everyone is too sexy. The rich VIPs run the clubs. And even though electronic dance music is currently the biggest thing in pop culture, famous DJs still get kicked off the decks. Obviously, though, clubbing in Miami isn't as hazardous as grappling with giant r ... More >>
Hey! It's Thursday! The weekend is (almost) officially here, and it's time to break out the dancing shoes, hemorrhage that wallet, and get nasty as you want to be. There will be all kinds of EDM in the streets of SoBe this weekend, from deep, soulful house to flashy electro-pop bangers. Oh, and it' ... More >>
"For me," Ricochet mastermind Alan Roth tells Crossfade, "the nightlife business has been an incredible ride. "What I've been able to see and do and the life it's given me, I'm grateful," he says. "I've been able to buy the houses that I own because of nightlife." But now he's getting out of the c ... More >>
"It is true," longtime downtown Miami don Louis Puig admitted last month. "I sold Club Space." Writing in his semi-annual "tell-it-like-it-is letter regarding EDM," Puig also confirmed that Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week 2013 would be his last with the NE 11th Street party institutio ... More >>
Photo by Laine DossWhat was the impetus behind the departure of executive chef Daniel Ganem from Kane Steakhouse in South Beach? Matthew Glazier, president of The Glazier Group and co-owner of Kane, candidly told Short Order, "We weren't happy with what was coming out of the kitchen. We saw the ... More >>
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