Panic Bomber performed upstairs at Electric Pickle Thursday night for his Domestic Violins album release party sponsored by Flavorpill and 42 Below vodka. He played a live set accompanied by a horn section and vocalist, and later a DJ set. Troy Kurtz also DJed upstairs, while downstairs, Krisp played an energetic live set.
Cutting-edge experimental artists turned out for the second installment of Summer of Weirds at Churchill's Pub in Little Haiti. Previously a monthly event, the annual celebration of the avant-garde featured performances by Snakehole, This Heart Electric, Dyslexic Postcards, Pocket of Lollipops,...
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival came to a close Sunday evening with Trucks on the Beach, hosted by Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern. Local and out-of-town food trucks parked behind the Ritz-Carlton South Beach while patrons enjoyed mobile bites and drinks.
This week, critic Lee Klein visits Five Napkin Burger on Lincoln Road and BGR the Burger Joint in Coral Gables for a head-to-head burger battle. Who comes out on top? Read about the burger battle between Five Napkin Burger and BGR the Burger Joint here.
DFA artist Marcus Lambkin (AKA Shit Robot) donned his signature mask and projection screen for a live performance at Grand Central on August 13. The set highlighted tracks from his debut album, From the Cradle to the Rave, and remix work for other artists.
Unlike Chef Alberto Cabrera's glitzy bites at his former Karu & Y post, the Local Craft Food & Drink in Coral Gables is simple gastropub fare. Critic Lee Klein says "the offerings are intriguing and the execution inconsistent." Read the review of the Local Craft Food & Drink here.
The rain didn't keep dirty dance-pop artist Ke$ha from bringing her Get $leazy Tour to the Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami on August 7. LMFAO and Spank Rock got the party started before "Tik Tok" star took the stage. Read the review of Ke$ha at Klipsch Amphitheater here.
Sneaker aficionados gathered at the Fieldhouse at the BankUnited Center on July 30 for Sneaker Con. The event, presented by Adidas, gathered over 32 vendors selling the best and most unique kicks around.