Oye, burnout! Did you know that 4/20 isn't just a day for getting stoned? It's also that time of year when millions of human beings all around the world light a plant on fire at the same time, fewer people get killed, and more food is cooked. Yes, the world is a much chiller place for 24 hours. C ... More >>
Art and music. These days, it's like they're dating or something. And it's kind of cute. The season for Art Walk-ing is back. There's finally a breeze and a two minute stroll down NE Second Avenue doesn't leave one drenched in sticky sweat. And thanks to the return of an abundance of art, it's l ... More >>
At this point in their music careers, the men of Stay Hitt have earned local legend status. Like old college drinking buddies or that guy in high school that set the principal's car on fire, there's tons of crazy Stay Hitt stories floating around Miami, most likely involving a goat, a machete, ... More >>
The Can't Stand Ya's are not exactly new to our scene. These guys have a pretty hefty punk rock rep that most of y'all will recognize if you've ever trolled the scene between Cheers and Churchill's. Crew members Nick Pfrenger (bass), Todd Slimak (drums) and Adam Gloveless (guitar) used to r ... More >>
Big, beautiful white guysSloppy Seconds, Nobunny, and the Spits at Churchill's Pub, MiamiThe Axe and the Oak at Sweat Records, Miami Saturday, June 5, 2010 Better Than: Sitting at home on a Saturday night with a $10 dollar jug of wine and having my ass handed back to me on a casual game of Scrab ... More >>
30 Years of Churchill'sJim Hayworth has been manning the helm at Slammie for a decade plus with varying partners and people helping out along the way. Now he has put together a show to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Churchill's Pub. Rumor has it that long time proprietor Dave Danie ... More >>
The Crumbs were once signed to Lookout! Records. They toured the country and wrote great songs that made the kids sing along. But times have changed. Johnny B moved on. Chuck Loose went back to his office. Emil 4 ½ isn't doing it anymore. But the Crumbs are still pretty damn great. They ... More >>
You're not the only one in Miami falling asleep waiting for a gig.
Lose the Rookie reunites this weekend at PS14.
Hip-hop and Latin music may run this town, but rock and roll will never die
Rising from the ashes of The Knockouts, rock and rollers Stay Hitt attack Miami, the world, and each other