Don't expect ESPN's Scoop Jackson to write any more columns about LeBron James or the Miami Dolphins. He announced today that after careful consideration he's boycotting Florida sports. He won't even watch a single game involving a Florida sports team while in the end admitting "this gesture might o ... More >>
Look, if there's any part of you that thinks you might be interested in catching BAD 25, Spike Lee's two-hour celebration/behind-the-scenes history of Michael Jackson's 1988 Bad LP, then seriously, get to it. This is a bliss-out. The performance footage alone is thrilling, and Lee has augmented it ... More >>
Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland's mismanagement of the Fins -- comically whiffing on everything from prospective free agents to current players to young college kids whose mothers were probably not crack-smoking prostitutes -- has been well-documented. He's quite the controversial, talen ... More >>
Last year, when Frank Ocean's Nostalgia, Ultra and The Weeknd's House of Balloons dropped within weeks of each other, critics and music fans celebrated the arrival of a fresh movement in R&B. Though the moods of those recordings differed considerably, they were both remarkably self-assured an ... More >>
After six seasons with the Miami Dolphins, Channing Crowder has announced his retirement from football after being cut from the team last month. Yet Crowder is only 27 and has his entire life in front of him. It's not too late for our favorite Fins loudmouth to find a new passion in life, and we' ... More >>
Sarah Packiam at the sandbar piano.Support Public Radio! We were filming live at 91.3FM for Ed Bell's show, and caught a great musician.Sarah Packiam is a singer songwriter who grew up touring bars and clubs around the world.Her mom is Irish, and her dad is a traveling Indian musician. She won a ... More >>
Design by Kent HernandezStretch out your candy sacks. Sharpen your fangs with a nail file. And prepare for fire, crushed pumpkins, and a plague of too-old kids in costumes. It's Hollerween. In seven hours, Miami's Afrobeta and two other electro-indie party crews -- NYC creep poppers Holy Ghost ... More >>
Josephine LeilyJon Saxx is a young saxophonist who's been making waves in the local jazz scene for some time now. We had a little chance to catch up with him before this weekend's Miami Gardens' Jazz in the Gardens 2010 where he'll be performing on a roster including Mary J. Blige, Robin Thicke, Tee ... More >>
Chef Kurtis D. JantzFor every incredibly boring interview we get in (be thankful we spare you from those), at least one comes in chock-full of so much creative stuff that we find it near impossible to cull. So consider the extra five answers from Chef Kurtis D. Jantz (below) a New Year's giftie. ... More >>
photo by Ben ThackerClick here to view a slideshow from Phish's New Year's Eve show. PhishAmerican Airlines Arena, Miami December 28 through 31, 2009Better Than: Langerado? Not so sure, but Phish's comeback in March may or may not have contributed to the demise of South Florida's belove ... More >>
Today, Gloria and Emilio Estefan officially announced their minority ownership of the Miami Dolphins. And while some people may scoff at the Estefans' acquisition, Gloria herself has had some previous sports-related endeavors. So come on everybody let's do the conga as Riptide takes a trip back in t ... More >>
The eldest Marsalis on life with Leno, Sting, and a decade-old quartet.
Forgive us Miami. For the past few days, a Rick Ross/50 Cent war of the words has been all over the internets and we're just getting around to reporting on it. Blame it on the fact that a headline containing "Curtis Jackson" and "beef" made us think that it was 2001, Dubya was back in office, and w ... More >>
For Sergio Mendes, "Nada" was just the start of it all.
Fat Joe returns with The Elephant in the Room.
In a world of fluffy crossover songbirds, Jane Monheit makes jazz sultry and just a little bit dangerous again
With radio-ready melodies, hip-hop beats, and an endorsement from Pitbull, DMG is ready, willing, and eager for stardom
Guadalajara's favorite sons make a triumphant return to Miami haters be damned
Ne-Yo wants to bring back real R&B unfiltered by hip-hop
The Bitch chases down rumors about VW's new model
King Sunny Ade's early-Eighties "crossover" recordings still retain their power
Craig David takes two-steps across the ocean to save your nu-soul
Retro rock won't f-f-f-fade away
Raul Midon comes back swingin'
Even the Love Generation had its festival of hate
House music as secular gospel? Amen, brother
Prison, exile, a Grammy -- it's all a day in the life of Brazilian singer Gilberto Gil
Bass Mekanik breaks beats and windows
May 28 - June 3, 1998
Club Tropigala's heritage dates back to nineteenth-century Cuba, but when the curtain rises, this could only be Miami
The perenially pompous Mr. D'Arby puts his imprimatur on another ambitious pop-soul epic
If you believe in musical resurrection, may all your Christmases be black
Master Gibson covers the world with unbeatable percussion