Those who rave presumably adhere to the values of PLUR: peace, love, unity, respect. While attending Ultra Music Festival, we wondered if the fans' philosophical perspectives were broader than those four words. And also, had they, in their PLUR-verse, uncovered answers to existence's most puzzling ... More >>
Burger KingBurger King is giving away free ice cream. Bad for kids?Miami-based Fast food giant Burger King has announced a free ice cream giveaway in celebration of their foray into a full line of frozen treats, just in time for after-school snacking.From now until October 9, customers who order ... More >>
Never, never make Rick Scott laugh.Gov. Rick Scott's first months running Florida have yielded plenty of gems that would be comedy gold if we didn't actually have to live with them in real life. Drug testing every state employee? To benefit a medical company he co-founded? Didn't we see that one ... More >>
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Urban_Meyer_spring2008practice1.jpgUuhhh, I shouldnt've ate thsoe chili nacho bacon wings for breakfast. One time, we spent an excruciating 45 minutes at a family dinner thinking a tapeworm was chewing up our insides. Turns out we just had a mean case of hea ... More >>
The Beatles' Let It Be was a sign of the timesNotes from the Soundboard is a new column appearing every Wednesday on Crossfade, focused on pop music's history and ongoing evolution. Lee Zimmerman shares insights and observations on how music continues to connect with the weirdness of the world.&nbs ... More >>
Actors Playhouse reaches for an unusual source of inspiration.
A new downtown steak house keeps 'em smiling.
Eddie Izzard is bringing lipstick and comedy to The Fillmore.
The Heavy Pets jam down at Tobacco Road.
Eric Idles latest, greatest moneymaking scheme hits Miami.
And on the seventh day, God created sketch comedy
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Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
Miyazaki returns with a beautiful but befuddling fairy tale
Miami Light Project's new program of original works is artistically thrilling
Even with the radiant Gong Li, Zhou Yu's Train is a wreck
Bruckheimer's knights go for grit but lose the glory
Clubland comes under siege at city hall
Chappelle shows at the Improv
Microbrewed pleasures await you at the Abbey Brewing Company
Kill Bill's missing something -- like, oh, a proper ending
And the winner is ...
Moreno Veloso +2 effuses a summery musical breeze
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Online, there's a virtual culinary gift for everyone
Amy Heckerling's newest teen movie proves that lightning doesn't strike three times
Amici's Gourmet Market
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