New York and Miami-based photographers James and Karla Murray have just released their photo book titled Miami Graffiti, in which they document the city's street art scene, which has turned neighborhoods like Wynwood into a neighborhood-wide gallery.
South Beach's iconic party hotel, the Clevelander, finally re-opened its doors after two years of being closed for renovations. The Academy Is... and Gym Class Heroes helped the hotel properly reintroduce itself to the strip.
From Craigslist's inception in 1995 to St. Olaf student Katherine Olson's death to the recent slayings that has the web site under fire, we take a look at the events that have led up to the Concert For Katherine memorial taking place this weekend in Minneapolis. Click here for the in-depth story.
Her life cut short after replying to a "nanny wanted" ad on Craigslist, St. Olaf student Katherine Olson, 24 is remembered by family and friends as a bright and energetic soul. Here are some pics from her Facebook memorial page.
Controversial artist Gregory de la Haba is back in Miami after causing a stir during Art Basel with his installation "Between Nothingness And Paradise." Starting May 5, Miami Beach's World Erotic Art Museum will exhibit De la Haba's "Surfboards and Skateboards." Here are some pieces from that...
This month, Miami Beach celebrated its first city-sanctioned gay pride, dragon boats invaded the waters of Biscayne Bay, Lady GaGa just danced at Revolution, and Black Sheep Bar crowned a winner for its gothic beauty pageant.
Terry Durham is 11-years-old and an ordained minister, and while he inspires everybody he meets, to some his family seems more invested in his profitability. Check out photo outtakes from this feature.
Fall Out Boy's Believers Never Die, Part Deux tour, originally scheduled at Boca Raton's Mizner Park, stopped by Pompano Beach Amphitheater Tuesday, along with Cobra Starship, Metro Station, All Time Low and West Palm Beach's Hey Monday.