photo by Ben Thackerâ€‹Big Sam's Funky NationTransit Lounge, MiamiFriday, July 24, 2009Better Than: JambalayaThe Review:New Orleans funkmeister Big Sam Williams brought the bayou to Brickell Friday night, for a regular old boot-stompin', booty-shakin' hootenanny at a bustling Transit Lounge. The ban ... More >>
Buggah D. Govannah (pronounced Governor) has been a fixture in Miami's hip-hop scene for a long time now. Here's an old picture of him with Wyclef. In this segment of Who's Haitian, Buggah gives you some black history, since it's February and all.
Lincoln Road is the scene for the living dead.
Score some gear nobody else has, thanks to Lebo
Who wouldn’t want to give the hound a shot in the mouth?
Shifting Gears (Hollywood)
Local DJ LA Smooth's star is on the rise
Notes on 27 parties in six nights at WMC
Poverty, dancehall, and sound systems in modern-day Kingston, Jamaica
Danny Dominguez won't go with the mass- market hip-hop flow
Luc Duc drops the orange on Miami's New Year
Simply Jeff breaks it down for the dance floor
Hip-hop culture puts down roots in Cuba
Los Van Van makes a grab for dot.com dough
Forget booze. This place's big draw is cocaine served tableside.
Nostalgic for Cuba's music and mobsters