Most art is silent. Even during Basel week. That's why we here at Crossfade -- an admittedly hopeless gaggle of noise junkies -- just can't get through the week without offsetting our 12-hour days at the art fairs with 12-hour nights at Miami's hipster bars, rock dives, and downtown concert hall ... More >>
The invasive plant water spinach is banned in some states — and essential to Asian cooking. In a small village outside Houston, relocated Cambodians are growing and selling it across state lines, hoping to get rich.
Schapiro Group data wasn't questioned by mainstream media.
Design by Kent HernandezStretch out your candy sacks. Sharpen your fangs with a nail file. And prepare for fire, crushed pumpkins, and a plague of too-old kids in costumes. It's Hollerween. In seven hours, Miami's Afrobeta and two other electro-indie party crews -- NYC creep poppers Holy Ghost ... More >>
There's been a lot of ink spilled in recent years over the potential dangers inherent in our food supply chain. Still, the piece by Michael Moss this past Saturday in The New York Times could scare just about anyone into a lifetime of hamburger abstinence. You can, and should, check out the entire a ... More >>
Head to Fort Lauderdale Tuesday to see the man in gray.
Join us as we try to hitch a ride to the island before the gold rush strikes.
An L.A. producer heads to court with Jean-Claude Van Damme, French bombshell Lydie Denier, and Miami's Bryan Abboud.
Rilo Kiley brings a bountiful breadbasket from the heartland
The second time a professor caught him cheating, UM football star Andre Johnson seemed to be in deep trouble. That's when home-field advantage kicked in.
Documenting devastation near and far-of the body, the mind, and the soul
Nick Drake's sad legacy lives on through Damien Jurado
Loyal to this music of memories, traditionalists keep the faith at Gaucho's Cafe
If racial strife and political bickering were crimes, the entire staff of Dade County's corrections department would be locked up
You say you haven't got a cellular phone? Heck, you own hundreds of 'em! And right now some local bureaucrat is using one to make a hairdressing appointment.
You cannot win if you do not play, and few play tougher than Steve Forbert
Does it really matter if a few Miami rock bands volunteer to play live shows in an effort to help water-weary Iowans?
Mary Karlzen breaks the music-biz rules. Except for the one about writing great songs.