Bring out your Guy Fawkes masks and slutty pumpkin costumes ... Halloween season has arrived in the 305. And with All Hallows' Eve going down on a Friday night this year, we're gonna be celebrating with a week's worth of wild bashes filled with naughty pirates, sexy zombies, and, um, shirtless glad ... More >>
It's that time of the year in Miami, when surprisingly attractive reanimated corpses, demonically possessed street walkers, evil noise-addled punks, regurgitating ravers, and centerfold models mob the bars and clubs to get drunk, stupid, and possibly naked in remembrance of the dead. Yeah, yeah, ye ... More >>
Forget the candy ... Halloween in Miami is all about getting drunk and laid. That's why we here at Crossfade advise against wearing ultra-creepy costumes. 'Cause almost no one (except maybe that family member whose 4Chan screename is "Uncle Fester") wants to have sex with a dead nun or killer clow ... More >>
Last evening's Chefs for Obama was a veritable who's who of the Miami culinary scene in Miami. Hosted by chef Michael Schwartz (Michael's Genuine Food & Drink) and congresswoman and Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the event, held at the Moore Building, was one of a ... More >>
Can't wait to hear what lead singer Craig Finn had to say to our Broward-Palm Beach music editor, Reed Fischer, when he interviewed him for next week's paper? Shaking in your shoes at the thought of waiting another week to see The Hold Steady perform live next Friday at The Moore Building with the C ... More >>
JipsyHas Shop Miami been moved to the clearance rack? Click here to view the full slideshow.Under the weight of Miami's summer heat, Gen Art once again took over the Moore Building in Miami's Design District for Shop Miami. But like everything this year, it seems 2009's edition was only a shell of i ... More >>
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