At times, Wynwood feels like the Miami frontier. It's new, it's vibrant, it's exciting -- but wait, is it really new? Actually, it may just be kind of new to you. Look, it's not South Beach, but it is quickly shaping up to be the "new South Beach." Whether or not you like the plans for mega-develop ... More >>
Continuing what's become something of a tradition, the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders are back lip synching for their lives, and this time they really, really, really wanna zigga-zag-ah. Yes, even though its the middle of spring 2014, the ladies have already shot their 2015 calendar at a resort in th ... More >>
Come Friday the 13th, freaky shit happens -- party animals turn into blood-sucking vampires, loonies go on the loose and howl at the moon, and people drive around with skulls on their dashboard (or maybe your mind just plays tricks on you.) At least it's Friday which means you have cheap parties ov ... More >>
Say what you wanna say, but the '90s rocked! Hip-hop was at its prime, koosh balls were all the craze, and grunge was the way to go. Although we're waaay past the era of the Fresh Prince, Tamagotchi's, and Game Boys, that didn't stop us from partying like it was the 1990s. Nineties babies dressed ... More >>
RiRi may be a lost causee, but she's right about one thing: "Cheers to the fricken' weekend!" But unlike Rihanna, you don't have to spends wads of cash on over-the-top bashes and endless bottles to have one hell of a weekend -- all you need is $10. Check out Crossfade's ten best music-related thin ... More >>
In 1984, poet Jean Smith teamed up with guitarist David Lester to form the feminist indie rock duo, Mecca Normal. A few years later, their blueprint of punk spunk and explicit politics (sexual and otherwise) played a big role in the cultivation of the '90s Riot Grrrl movement. Fast forward three de ... More >>
There's just somethin' 'bout Kreay. The O-Town rapper has copped a lot of fame recently, leading up to her major label release and a big nationwide tour that she can only describe as "crazy." Her travels will bring her to our very own LIV for a special performance on Wednesday, November 7. But we ... More >>
Public Image LTD Grand Central, Miami Friday, October 5, 2012 Better Than: Getting pooped on. The opportunity to see one of the originators of punk-rock iconoclasm perform in an intimate setting is a rare one indeed. However, Miami was treated to just such an experience on Friday night courtesy of ... More >>
American Idol has only just begun filming its 11th season. But in the grand tradition of Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell, two of the recent additions to the judges' table are already at each other's throats. Pop stars turned Idol officials, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey, really fucking hate each other. ... More >>
Most of us remember the '90s as a magical time. It's partly because we were younger then, and we don't like this whole "aging" thing. But it's also because the last decade of the 20th Century was hella off-the-chain, dawg. Back then, most people had jobs and money; we had a horny, saxophone-playi ... More >>
Perez Hilton believes the new Spice Girls musical will be the best thing on Broadway since Abba. Or, in the words of the Queen of All Media, it's gonna be straight-up "phenom"! Looks like Absolutely Fabulous's Jennifer Saunders will be in the writer's chair while Mamma Mia!'s Judy Cramer will ... More >>
Much like jokes, if you have to explain advertising to the audience then it's probably not that effective. After Groupon's Super Bowl ads sparked controversy and weathered widespread criticism the deal website's founder and CEO Andrew Mason released an official statement standing by the ads and the ... More >>
LocalA worker at MIA sold fake plane tickets and ripped off travelers. Oh, wait, they weren't all fake: "Investigators say Amores did buy one ticket, but it was a one-way fare and stranded a woman in Colombia." [USAToday]Good news for the airport in another department, though: It has a fancy new air ... More >>
Miami is a city of second acts. Whether it be girls whose daddies got them a nose job for high school graduation looking to blossom into butterflies at UM, immigrants coming to start a new life in America, or retirees arriving from the cold to shuffleboard away their golden years, everyone here had ... More >>
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Catch it at the BankAtlantic Center.
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Gurinder Chadha scores with a sporty crowd-pleaser
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You've seen them at the clubs. Flamboyantly costumed, gyrating up there on a platform. Chances are good they're working for Pamela Canellas.
Out in Califas, salsa is women's business
Japan is the new capital of disposable tunes
End of Days
June 24 - 30, 1999