British DJ-producer Fake Blood got on the decks at Grand Central Saturday night as the crowd called out his name. The "I Think I Like It" DJ easily blended elements of house, electro, and nu-disco for a non-stop dance music marathon.
Normally the dog days of summer signifies a slow down for art walk with many of the major galleries closed. But this year it was business as usual for Second Saturday with new exhibits at Locust Projects, Hardcore Art Contemporary Space, Robert Fontaine Gallery, and more.
Always living up to its name, the third edition of Summer of Weirds hit Churchill's Pub Tuesday night with performances by This Heart Electric, 90's Teen, Boise Bob & His Backyard Band, Jellyfish Brothers, Laundry Room Squelchers, TV Club, Mr. E & the Pookie Smackers, and many more.
"It's stunning not only to see such seafood in Miami, but also to read the price tags for each: most cost more than $50 per pound," says Lee Klein of Estiatorio Milos' extensive seafood selection. "For optimum freshness, the fish is delivered daily from airport to restaurant in a refrigerated...
Balladeers Marc Anthony, Marco Antonio Solis, and Chayanne had the crowds swooning at the American Airlines Arena all weekend long as the trio kicked off their Gigantes Tour in Miami.
Review: Marc Anthony, Marco Antonio Solis, and Chayanne's Gigantes Tour Kickoff in Miami
The Bawse celebrate the release of his fifth studio album God Forgives, I Don't the only way a Miami rapper should — with a bevy of strippers at King of Diamonds. Rick Ross and Young Scrilla performed while the ladies danced and the bottles flowed. Some images may be semi-NSFW.
Sometimes we don't know what's better at these festivals: the superstar DJs or the insane wardrobe choices by the people in attendance. And Identity Festival didn't disappoint, with plenty of neon, furry garments, and PLUR-tastic fashion choices. Here's the best of the fashion at Identity...
The only hurricane that threatened Miami this weekend was full of wobbly basslines and spectacular visuals. After last year's canceled show, Identity Festival finally made it down to the tip of Florida with acts like Eric Prydz, Wolfgang Gartner, Excision, Porter Robinson, Madeon, Showtek, and...
"Despite all the theatrics, Toscana Divino isn't all for show," says Emily Codik of the sleek and stylish decor of Toscana Divino. "The restaurant, rather, unites all things Tuscan- fashion, wine, food, art- inside a 150-seat Brickell eatery."
Read the review of Toscana Divino here.
What better way to recuperate from the weekend than to lounge around poolside? And nobody seems to do it better than The Standard Spa with its Lazy Sundays BBQ, featuring Keen One on the decks, plenty of grilled meats, and a breathtaking view of the bay.
Jesse Jackson, Magic City Minstrels, and This Heart Electric performed on a giant towel on South Beach Saturday afternoon. The event was hosted by Misael Soto, who plans to take his towel on a tour up the east coast of the United States.
Misael Soto's Giant Towel Takes a Road Trip Up the East...
Punk music fans got an earful at Grand Central Friday night with Tonight We Unite!, presented by AMP magazine, which featured performances by the Casualties, Nekromantix, Down By Law, Lower Class Brats, Flatfoot 56, and The Sheds.
At this year's Summer Olympics in London, several South Florida athletes will be competing alongside the best in their sport for a shot the gold. Here are the South Floridians you should look out for.
Six South Florida Athletes To Keep Tabs On During the Olympics