Perhaps the third time's the charm? When the Identity Festival set out on its inaugural summer tour across the United States last year, Miami was left out after the threat of a hurricane that never hit. Organizers tried to reschedule the show at a later date. But it proved too difficult to accompl ... More >>
WTF, 1.8 Million people "like" Def Leppard on Facebook? And holy shit, another 800,000 dig Poison? No wonder these two glam metal giants are hitting the road together again; it'll be the biggest tour ever! That's right, MILFS, "Great Britain's premiere arena rock band" and Rock of Love heartth ... More >>
When he's not pushing Dr Pepper or exposing his Family Jewels on A&E, Gene Simmons rocks silly makeup and platform shoes as the legendary lead singer of Kiss. Similarly, when he's not dubstepping aboard Holy Ship! or steering megayachts with his penis, Tommy Lee beats the skins for arena rock ... More >>
Short Order regularly peruses the restaurant violations that are downloaded for everyone's enjoyment on the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation website. Call it our version of reading the obituaries. Usually, Miami restaurants come in pretty clean, which is why you don't ... More >>
The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cObama's Whoomp! There It Is Controversywww.colbertnation.comColbert Report Full EpisodesPolitical HumorFox NewsOn Tuesday, we discussed here the widely circulating Internet theory that it appeared as though Barack Obama had appeared in the video for ... More >>
Steve Martorano from his namesake cafe in Lauderdale didn't win Meatball Madness up in NYC, but it looks like the festival went off pretty well anyway. [NewYorkTimes]Crispin Porter & Bogusky hired four new employees. Get ready for more craptastic ads. Maybe even for Burger King. [NewYorkTimes]Bu ... More >>
Terry Durham might be some kind of prophet. The question is: Who profits?
Curious George director Alan Shalleck's curiosity killed him.
It's all in the stars.
"How is it that Carlos Rios has a phone?"
Anarchists and baseball and parrots and jazz
Sweet Micky's provocative music moves Haitians with an infectious beat and political overtones
For the comics who play South Florida's condo circuit, knockin' 'em dead is a disturbingly distinct possibility