Explosions in the Sky played to a packed house Wednesday night at Grand Central. With no vocals from the group through out the night, the crowd still followed along with their peaks and valleys. Opener Zammuto got things going with their interesting projected videos. All photos by Alex...
This week, Lee Klein visits the contemporary-yet-rustic Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering in South Miami. "A one-page menu echoes the comfort level via familiar and popular American favorites such as pulled pork on corn bread, low-country shrimp 'n' grits, and the good old BLT. The staff is all...
Miami's Vice City Rollers took on the Dub City Derby Girls on Saturday at the Suniland Hockey Rink. While the game was close in the first half, Dub City won the bout 139 to 68. Afterward, the girls celebrated with karaoke at Corbett's Sports Bar & Grill.
Originally scheduled for the Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park, Afrojack wasn't going let his Miami fans down. The Dutch DJ-producer moved his Jacked Summer Tour to Mansion for a two-night appearance Friday and Saturday. Here's the mayhem our cameras caught on the first night.
A little bit of a rain didn't stop us from celebrating the release of Best of Miami® 2012 Thursday night at Wood Tavern (this year's winner for Best Bar, Central). Patrons celebrated with an hour-long open bar and Game 2 of the NBA Finals on the TV screens.
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan brought his side project, Puscifer, to the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. The band can only be described as Keenan's supremely strange music and comedy project.
It's finally here! Best of Miami® 2012 is now available online and in newsstands this Thursday. In this year's edition we're celebrating 25 years of New Times as Miami's leading alternative news source. In order to commemorate the occasion, art director Miche Ratto worked with illustrator Kira...
The Downtown Development Authority continued its DWNTWN Concert Series this month with a performance by Eric Hutchinson at the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. Local act the Jacob Jeffries Band opened the show.
DJ-producer wunderkind Avicii brought his arena tour to downtown Miami Friday night at the American Airlines Arena. The "Levels" superstar paired his house hits with awe-inspiring visuals and stage setup.
Thursday night, the Vagabond's party within a party, Get Low, celebrated its three-year anniversary. For the special occasion, Shake's monthly dubstep blowout brought sets by Japan's Goth-Trad and New Zealand's Truth.