It's the end of March in the Magic City, and a cold wind blows through SoFi's close-knit neighborhood. Joe's Stone Crab is typically full on a Tuesday night. Nikki Beach looks like a ghost club just three days after Winter Music Conference. And a week after hosting Skrillex and friends, Story i ... More >>
We could write a book about Henry Stone's musical contributions. The dude is a legend. Based in Miami since about 1948, he was good friends with Sam Cooke. He cut some of Ray Charles's earliest recordings out of a little studio on Flagler Street in Downtown Miami. And he personally knew every l ... More >>
Camille LambSinger Chris Willis performs "Gettin' Over You"So it wouldn't be entirely accurate to say that everyone who matters in dance music attended the International Dance Music Awards at Dolce last night. But even if Armin Van Buuren and Deadmau5 couldn't make the event, a few high-class yet ... More >>
Dorrin RolleJean MonestimeThe race for county commissioner in District 2 isn't just historic, it's historically ugly.At an NAACP political forum last week, Dorrin Rolle -- who could be the first incumbent to lose his seat on the board in 16 years -- likened his rival to blind musician Stevie W ... More >>
public domain image via Florida Guy 128 on wikimedia commons.Hallandale Beach at SunsetThe image above is of the sleepy-looking beachside town called Hallandale, Florida and gives no indication of the city's Black musical history. But the Palms in Hallandale, just north of Miami, otherwise known ... More >>
Residents passed the amendment to ban gay marriage.
Of course, Tuesday's presidential result made history. And we celebrated. But all is not well.
He wants to set the record straight.
Why will the right-wing crusader likely lose his license? Swastikas are just the start.
Primo Pizza and Fatburger cater to late-night snackers on the Beach.
Sending up the biopic, Walk Hard sells cheap laughs, lame cameos, and lifeless Cox.
DVD releases for the week of July 12, 2007
A decade after he helped introduce America to rock en español, Elsten "Fulano" Torres hits it big
Angie Stone gets religion (again) as one of the Sisters in the Spirit
How the world's biggest game spawned the world's worst halftime show
Def Jux makes a stand, Tara Reid a comeback, and Lycra is more flexible than Beach egos
Bob Wilder paid his dues, now all he wants is to play the blues
The Secret Machines slow time and stretch space with psych-rock monuments
Joe Donato digs all that jazz
Coconut Grove's Hoagy has the music but little insight into Carmichael himself
For the hip-hop generation, Reagan's demise marks the end of an era of political naiveté
Film, video, graphic, and even cell phone art will be seen on the scene at WMC
Hot duo Sin Bandera brings Spanish R&B to the masses
That red-haired guy and CSI: Miami put us back on the media map
As electronica takes over the Deauville, Charlie and Yvonne Brown remember music before the sequencer
Old Fontainebleu fave Sammy Davis, Jr.
The Iron Giant
April 23- 29, 1998
The mass marketing of stereo equipment put truly obsessed audiophiles on the lunatic fringe
Bluesman Phillip Walker's musical sojourn comes full circle
Leon is still going strong after all these years
Superstars fly personal jets from concert to concert. Real rock bands rent a van and go. Natural Causes is a real band. They're renting a van. And we're going with them.
Three decades after, Miami's great rock bands hit the spotlight again
Trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis refuses to slide on his brothers' reps
Ridin' writin' for rolling rockers and travelin' fans
In rock music, the separation of art and commerce is almost sacred. So meet the new apostates -- the Advertisements.
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