PALO! may only have one album to their name (and a second one underway), but their ritmo y sazón has made a large impact in Miami's local music scene for the past decade.
The guys and lady of the Afro-Cuban funk band was the brainchild of Steve Roitstein, who after a successful music career decid ... More >>
The infectious sound of los timbales and bongos fuse with the keyboard as sax and vocals crescendo. In a matter of seconds, a seductive melody reverberates through the room causing the party people to involuntarily and uncontrollably shake their asses. They have caught Palo! fever.
For the past dec ... More >>
Trina SargalskiPalo! at Fall for the Arts festival in September 2010Scene Eating is a new Short Order interview column. We'll provide a glimpse into the food habits of our community, focusing on people who make living in Miami more interesting, sane, and worthwhile. If you're curious about the fo ... More >>
Juan "Buddah Funk" GomezAt the entry of Kimbaracumbara, a small restaurant club hidden between an art gallery and a Chinese restaurant in Little Havana, there's a painting of the Virgin Mary with a baby Jesus and three angels holding her afloat. Celia Cruz's song "Quimbara" plays in the background. ... More >>