Skeptical until about 46 minutes ago, we just learned there is, in fact, a God. And while it took her several years to answer the one prayer that we'd been repeating every night for the past 1,460 days, Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona is finally returning to Miami.
The veteran crooner ... More >>
MC Yogi grew up in the rough world full of drugs, gangs, pimps and hoes in the Bay Area.
At around 18 years old, he discovered yoga, and later applied his new philosophy on life to making hip hop.
Today, he's independently sold over 100,000 albums. And this weekend, he performs at the Virginia Key ... More >>
Michael Glabicki is 2 and a half years old. His bloody head is on the pavement. Tiny body still. Pupils pointed skyward. Eyes empty.
The car that nearly crushed him has finally stopped moving, but the pain is a beating drum inside his skull. And the gleaming light that shines beyond his reach is b ... More >>
All you want to do is dance. We get it.
And so does Jorge Villamizar, the five-time Latin Grammy Award winner and "Todo Lo Que Quieres Es Bailar" singer, whose contribution to Latin pop music have far surpassed his "Primer Millón."
Villamizar rose to prominence in the early 2000s as the lead vo ... More >>
"The sun is shining, the breeze is softly blowing, and we're thinking of you."
Those far-out good vibes come courtesy of your friends at the Virginia Key Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance, who've just announced the 2013 lineup for their second annual South Floridian celebration of Cajun, count ... More >>
via facebook.com/weenWeen! Ditch the monkey suit and dress like a rabbit on acid.You will spend almost every day of your life in a monkey suit, tracking the mysterious movements of the market, haunting the office, and hoarding overtime hours. But for the weekend of Thursday, April 14 through Satu ... More >>
photo by Michael MaryanoffMillionYoung does O-town.This Wednesday marks the kick-off of the annual Florida Music Festival, a mini SXSW-style music industry schmoozefest in Orlando. While it may sound cheesy to Miami people at first glance, a number of local acts head up there every year to play i ... More >>