The Eden Roc Miami Beach is one of the most iconic hotels in South Florida, if not the world. Designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus, the cruise ship-shaped hotel has been an ocean side jewel for over 50 years. In her heyday in the glamorous '50s and '60s, the Eden Roc was the favorite playgro ... More >>
If Crossfade had a time machine available, the first thing we'd do is travel back to the late 1950s when everyone was up in arms over Elvis and his gyrating pelvis. We'd turn off The Milton Berle Show, plug in the turntable, and give them a crash course in powerviolence and fastcore. O ... More >>
Winner of Senior Idol, Josephine Dolce.Lenny, an old guy with sparkling bling who calls himself "The Granddaddy Rapper," presented a flawless a cappella rendition of Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back," riding onstage atop a Rascal electric wheelchair. Marlene Jenkins only started singing six ye ... More >>
Michelle Bernstein had wanted to name her upcoming Design District restaurant “Buena Vista”, as it is located in the historic Buena Vista Post Office, and would also fit the Spanish nature of the place. Alas, there is already a Buena Vista Cafe, so Michelle has decided to call her tapas eatery S ... More >>
Lido Spa's sale to a hip hotelier is not just the end of an era -- it's a death in the family
How two Jews from Jersey grew up in North Miami and found their inner Billy Joel in the bowels of an 88
Is this play rude, crude, and offensive? Yes, but not in a good way.
He's got looks, charm, and the church on his side. But even this priest may not save Telemundo's ratings.
The majestic South Beach theater, soon to reopen as a dance club, has been to ruin and back
She's no doctor, but when the glitterati needed beauty triage during Miami's heyday, Ruth Regina always came through with coif medicine
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.
Eisenhower was president, shark-finned Cadillacs ruled the highways, and Miami Beach was the nightlife capital of the Western Hemisphere