When Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, and Steve Angello announced their career-ending One Last Tour, saying goodbye to 26 cities across every continent, we here at Crossfade lamented, "Miami's not included." But we also doubted "a group who had a huge hit called 'Miami to Ibiza' an ... More >>
The end is near. Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, and Steve Angello just revealed the 26 dates for their One Last Tour in a most melodramatic fashion, announcing each new show about a minute apart. The world will be excited to know that the SHM guys are saying goodbye to almost e ... More >>
Shaggy gets around. You might see him eating teriyaki chicken on South Beach. Or hitting the stage in Eastern Europe. Or headlining a show at the Olympic Games. But this weekend, he'll be in Downtown Miami at Bicentennial Park for the Best Of The Best fest, partying, picking up chicks, and avoiding ... More >>
The fiery musical spearchuckers of local big band Lanzallamas Monofónica will soon take their Afro-Latin superfusion sound to the Czech Republic. They've recently lined up a three-month residency at Prague's Retrokafe, a so-called "salsoteka" that may be ground zero for the exploding Latin dance ... More >>
Pity the University of Miami freshman who picked this morning to crap out a research paper, and the Miami Herald journalist trying to write about whichever moderately famous person dies today. Wikipedia has gone dark! The site is protesting the SOPA legislation that most sane people realize would ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
Photo by Carlos A. VarelaLocos Por Juana is killing it at SXSW.If you're in Austin checking out SXSW, you might be in the mood to see some familiar faces. And if you aren't there, join the club. But it's worth mentioning that Miami residents are being well represented by some of our favorite loc ... More >>
Sorry, but 100,000 hookers -- including tens of thousands of teens -- won't be showing for the Super Bowl this week. They send their regrets.
Bulletproof Tiger at play.Kris Huseby is a local musician, chef, syndicated sports columnist, and thong-sandal model. But he's probably better known for having pounded the drums with Fireside Social and currently fronting Bulletproof Tiger. The latter band recently got back to South Florida ... More >>
If you've never been to a Radiohead show but have always wanted to see the mastery behind Thom Yorke's softly echoing falsetto, you're in luck. More than 50 devoted Radiohead fans that attended last year's show in Prague on August 23 filmed the show from different angles in the crowd, and the result ... More >>
Kristopher Huseby of Fireside Social fame is probably one of the better drummers we have down here, and it turns out he can pluck the bass and sing pretty well to boot. Enter Bulletproof Tiger, his latest, excellent project. The band just released its debut EP, Starving Hearts, which upholds t ... More >>
Koudelka used a by-stander's watch to document the exact time Soviet forces invadedOften you have to look past the white tents and convention centers for the best work being shown during Basel week. Case in point, Invasion 68 Prague, a little show at the Miami Freedom Tower (600 Biscayne Boulevar ... More >>
They fly. You pay.
A real circus comes to Miami Beach.
Hostel sequel is lame, tame, and totally not worth moralizing
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna
Blade confronts the ultimate vampire, and geeks everywhere rejoice
As Nazi artillery fire draws nearer, two opposites share an unlikely love
From Austin to Australia, Ozomatli spreads its world funk message
Street Signs (Concord Jazz)
How to goof around Prague when you're feeling a little old
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
47 arguments for nationalizing railroad travel
A miniretrospective highlights the innovative works that have flowed from one of the world's great filmmaking nations
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January 21 - 27, 1999
Cops, firemen, dogs, the circus: Photographer Jill Freedman deftly documents life's little happenings