It wouldn't be Sweatstock without some good old-fashioned Miami freakiness. Maybe in Canada the music festivals end with handshakes and strangers gently complimenting each other on their felt hats. But this is Miami, where nothing's over until it has weird, probably videotaped sex with you. And Sw ... More >>
Oh, you thought you were finished with Brooke Hogan and her little VH1 reality TV show didn't you, Miami? Well, apparently it's coming back for a third season sometime soon, and almost on cue to remind us that the show and it's cast members exist, Glenn Douglas Packard's, Hogan's gay BFF and room ... More >>
via wikkimediaLiza Minnelli performed there once upon a time.South Florida needs some help from the Theater Gods. First, the City of Miami let a gorgeous white-pillared building called the Lyric Theater crumble to shit. Then came the curse of the Hollywood Playhouse: There were years of ownership ... More >>
Yesterday's list on pop culture showcased how the mass media and the world see Miami, but today's list of cultural moments of the decade focuses on the artistic forces that help Miami see the world. Few cities on any map saw such a dramatic growth spurt in culture in this decade, so let's take a loo ... More >>
Michael Jackson dies and all of a sudden he's the greatest entertainer of all time. Not so fast. MJ made three great albums, invented the moonwalk and, well.... Let us take another look at the performers who have truly proved most thrilling over the years.1. Elvis Presley Michael Jackson may have du ... More >>
And the Boss's new album flounders.
Cabaret shows Berlin on the brink.
Johnny Rodgers plays his hometown a song.
The one and only Makeup Show rolls into town.
Joel Grey is accomplished either way
OutKast's Depression-era hip-hop musical has a loving respect for the old South
After 30 years, they still flock to that most fabled of oceanfront homes
Connie and Carla models a classic, but ends up being a drag
Douglas Rodriguez to helm at the old 5061 space
Artist's Argentina stimulates stunningly calm canvase
Madame's, the place to eat where men can be girls and Lucille Ball lives
Young singers of the latest Latin music dynasties
M Ensemble still tries to push the edges of theater -- and get noticed
I Am a Camera
The Life of Reilly
September 24 - 30, 1998
Call it drag, call it nouveau vaudeville -- Little Havana's Teatro de Bellas Artes' Midnight Follies is all entertainment
Some people say South Beach is a drag, and they aren't talking about rowdy teenagers and parking nightmares. They're referring to the likes of Kitty Meow, the king of the queens.
It's time for early-Eighties nostalgia, thanks to a record store's anniversary celebration of Miami's rip-roaring rock
ROCKIN' FREEDOM FEST