If you've been in Miami long enough, you've probably heard of a little party called Poplife. The Miami indie party, which started in 1999, has gone from being just a simple club night to an institution for the city's hipsterati. Here is a glimpse of how the party has transformed over the years. Read our feature on the party in this week's issue.
Sneaker enthusiasts gathered at the Moore Building in the Design District for Sneaker Pimps, the world's largest sneaker show. In addition to hundreds of kicks, Clipse and the Cool Kids performed live.
Some say underground music in Miami is dead. Apparently, they've never been to Goo in Little Haiti. Saturday, the venue hosted Eztorbo, Hellmass, Mehkago NT, and the Panix along with Baltimore thrash-punk trio Surf Nazis on Ecstasy.
This month, the Clevelander reopened with the help of Gym Class Heroes, Nine Inch Nails kicked off their tour in South Florida, Exxxotica got naughty on Miami Beach, and Best of the Best brought the best in hip-hop and dancehall.
DFA nu-disco pioneers The Juan MacLean performed live at LIV's Wednesday night Dirty Hairy party. While Juan MacLean himself has spun at many parties in Miami, the full-band appearance was definitely a rarity.
Once again, Best of the Best at Bicentennial Park claimed to have brought, well, the best of the best in hip-hop, dancehall and reggae. With T-Pain, Rick Ross, Beanie Man, DJ Khaled, Bounty Killa, Young Jeezy and more on this year's bill, it was hard to disagree with the title.
Every year, thousands of tourists descend on South Beach for Urban Beach Week during the Memorial Day weekend. While Miami Beach is no stranger to huge influxes of visitors, some say the aggressive measures city officials and police use to insure order is maintained is excessive. For the most...
Local art organization, Tigertail, held a fundraiser at Galerie Adler Bertin-Toublanc in Wynwood Saturday night. Art With Edge featured live performances, an installation by Clifton Childree, and a silent auction.