Praise the pot gods. We have all survived to see another 4/20, the highest, holiest, and happiest of weed holidays. The crop has been harvested. It is lush and green and good. Now if only there were someplace to celebrate with a nice, ceremonial, musical smoke out ... Here are the ten best 4/20 p ... More >>
Last week, New Times reported on a bill in the Florida Senate that may criminalize bongs and other common marijuana paraphernalia sold everywhere, from smoke shops and record stores to an increasing number of gas stations. And then yesterday, we followed up with an emergency survival kit to help ou ... More >>
For more on the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, check out New Times' Taste guide, hitting newsstands Thursday, February 21. Unlike the Wizard of Oz, people who know the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival pay attention to the man behind the curtain -- Lee Brian Schrager. The fou ... More >>
When Band of Horses tapped legendary British music producer Glyn Johns (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who) to engineer, mix, and produce Mirage Rock, frontman Ben Bridwell knew full well that he needed to go into the studio less prepared than he'd been on previous albums. "[Johns] really wa ... More >>
I've never been to Portugal, but my favorite aunt Mae used to travel there frequently. Every week I received a little care package in the mail. Sometimes a doll with what seemed like 100 layers of petticoats and skirts, sometimes a small bracelet. Then she "took" a towel from the Lisbon Hilton ... More >>
Miamians reacted with horror this week to news that the end is nigh for Jimbo's, the open-air beer-and-smoked-fish joint that's been Miami's weirdest, most beloved hangout for nearly six decades. But no one has yet told of the Old Testament-style sibling feud -- including accusations of drug use, ... More >>
photo by Gregg DelmanIn this week's print edition of the Miami New Times, we featured a Q&A with the legendary Robert Plant, who performs with his Band of Joy this Friday, July 30 at Bayfront Park Amphitheater. Still, as print is stuck being print, there was more Q&A that didn't fit. Here ... More >>
The Swell Season brings stirring songs to the Fillmore.
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Ten reasons Ween is better than your favorite band.
After years in the alt-country outback, Rhett Miller makes good on his pop promise
You can't tell Natalie Maines to Shut Up & Sing
He may live in Miami Beach for now, but Anthony Kennedy Shriver has his eye on Tallahassee
Coconut Grove's Hoagy has the music but little insight into Carmichael himself
The SXSW music fest showcases the city as much as the artists
Cowboy kicks on Route 66
Shrek offers an amusing, if empty, fractured fairy tale
Do not read this review if you want to be surprised by The Perfect Storm, which drowns before it ever leaves shore
The songsmithery of Alejandro Escovedo
The sound of tomorrow's Cuba
For Miami filmmaker Tag Purvis, completing his first full-length movie wasn't just a matter of going home. He also had to stay alive.
It's Guy Clark, eminent songwriter and cool person
Leon is still going strong after all these years
Donkey is stubborn when it comes to sounding like anything else
All local bands sound the same and it don't rain in Miami in the summertime
Leas Campbell, the man who ruled Miami's rock scene throughout the Seventies, is bringing it all back home in the Nineties
You might say the tent city residents of Watson Island are a little rough around the edges, but they sure aren't homeless