Bullet For My Valentine rocked Revolution, Designer Drugs and L.A. Riots brought the beats to downtown Miami, Ocean Drive held its Fall Fashion Week, Clifton Childree's premiered DREAM-CUM-TRU, and The Glimmers sparkled at White Room.
In August, Rock the Bells came into town, as did the newly reunited Stone Temple Pilots and Smashing Pumpkins. Dirty Birds Christian and Justin Martin stopped by Shine, while Baltimore DJ Scottie B took over the decks at White Room. New Times' Unzipped fashion show strutted its stuff across the...
When club editor Jason Handelsman did his story on South Florida performance artist ScaryMary, he decided take it as an opportunity to explore his inner gimp. Here are some of the too-hot-for-print images that we left out of the publication. Click here to read our feature on ScaryMary.
The month of July brought many high profile events to Miami including Miami Swim 2009 and the Vans Warped Tour. Things also heated up when Armin van Buuren spun at Space's 4th of July IndepenDance pool party and 2 Live Crew performed at Money Shot's First Anniversary party.
The month brought plenty of excitement with live shows by the Cure and Modest Mouse, and an ultra-rare appearance by German duo Modeselektor. South Florida also celebrated with the Stonewall Street Festival, the Goombay Festival and the Miami Hong Kong Dragon Boat Race.
Every weekday, on América TeVé, the late-night show La Cosa Nostra broadcasts its irreverent take on news and politics, much like The Daily Show but with a stripper, dwarf and papal impostor. Take a look behind the scenes of what has made this show a hit with Spanish-speaking audiences.
The bitch came out on Saturday. The bitch being Back Door Bamby of course. With the help of Circ X, Lovely Lola, Adora, The Sex Kittens and Jose "Negro" Ramirez she reminded everyone at The Vagabond why she was one of the most popular parties back in her day.
The Ardbeg Graffiti Tour made a stop at the White Room in Downtown Miami Wednesday night to introduce locals to the Ardbeg brand. The crowds sampled the scotch as graffiti artist Rajan Sedalia created an Ardbeg-inspired artwork live.
Graffiti is nothing new to Miami, but Primary Flight, a site specific art project put up during Art Basel 2007, shines as an example of the art form. Primary Flight is located throughout the Wynwood Art District. The site below is located at NW 29th Street and NW 2nd Ave.