Ravers are like snowflakes, right? Wrong. It's actually not uncommon to find two (or twelve) who look (and sometimes behave) almost exactly alike. In fact, we here at Crossfade have spent a lot of time wandering around EDM fests in a state of perpetual déjà vu, encircled by thousands of party pe ... More >>
Pappy Van Winkle is undeniably the "it" spirit. Distilled in Frankfort, Kentucky, these America spirits are rare, expensive, and the drink of choice of celebrity chefs like Anthony Bourdain, Sean Brock, and Mario Batali. The bourbons, which are rated near perfect by Wine Enthusiast magazine and T ... More >>
Looks like Food & Wine isn't the only national culinary magazine that has trouble locating Miami on the map. The latest issue of Food Arts (April 2010), a glossy industry publication "at the restaurant and hotel forefront", reports two exciting new Miami restaurant openings: Pacific Time debu ... More >>
When Miami sports agent Juan Ignacio Hernandez Nodar, 51, flew into Miami Friday after spending 13 years in a Cuban jail, he felt a bit like Rip Van Winkle. The small children he had left behind were all grown up and Miami had sprouted a new skyline.Hernandez, who tried to help Orlando "El Duque Her ... More >>
Take that, Anita Bryant! The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is reclaiming the orange
The frustrated filmmaker and musician finds fulfillment in the recording studio
He was a street philosopher, a crusader, a gambler, and the unofficial mayor of Hialeah's black ghetto. Now he's gone to prison, and he's not coming back.
Steely Dan drags 1970s rock into the 2000s