Don Slesnick is the top-fundraiser with $158,000 in his campaign chest.The election season in the City Beautiful is entering the home stretch. Coral Gables voters will be casting their ballots for mayor and two city commissioners on April 12. The latest quarterly campaign finance reports show the ... More >>
Look at all that local love!The never-old argument of South Florida's geographical isolation is null and voided from what I've been witnessing via social networking sites (Facebook, et al) as of late. Still, as much as I'd like to sit here and spout holier-than-thou bullshitisms, I can't deny the ... More >>
"If the missiles had remained, we would have used them against the very heart of America, including New York."
Talented locals come together in harmony
The Brand work hard for fame and glory. Got a problem with that?
From the issue of July 27, 2000
Tracking down some long-gone local rockers
How can Miami ever develop a decent music scene when its best bands keep leaving town?
Driving home the point at the Southeastern Music Conference
A song, a video, an oportunity to help kids affected by AIDS
Even with lower manufacturing costs, CDs can be a pricey proposition for independent acts, especially those bands aiming for a professional look and sound. The studio and production expenses can be staggering.
Former Natural Causes and FtN members play musical chairs with Milk Can and Sixo
They had everything any band could want. Except a future together.
Local rockers draw support from clubs, radio stations, record stores -- and the Burdines marketing department
On-stage and behind the scenes, a diverse and determined group is carving off a big piece of the local rock
It's big city bright future time for local rock
It was one of those magical South Beach nights. Until a car got in the way.
Not to belabor the point, but here's a look at more local musicians who get what they play for
Forget it. With two albums out and a third to come, this local band keeps reminding their fans of rock music's strength.