In this week's feature, "Ghetto to Gridiron," writer Michael E. Miller gives us a closer look at three Miami Central's football players who are hoping the sport is their ticket out of one the city's most troubled neighborhoods.
Surfside's Chow Down Grill is reviewed this week by critic Lee Klein. The eatery features "fresh, prepared-to-order Chinese food culled from high-quality ingredients" and a great price to match. Read the review of Chow Down Grill here.
Colombian singer/songwriter Shakira performed the second of two South Florida concerts last night at the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami. Read the review of Shakira at American Airlines Arena here.
Celebrities came out in full force for the season opener of the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium -- unfortunately, we all know what the outcome was. Still, the likes of Kim Kardashian, Tara Reid, and Emilio and Gloria Estefan showed up to walk the orange carpet,...
Saturday night, Hennessy brought its Artistry event to Miami featuring performances by The Roots, Q-Tip, Eve, Daniel Merriweather, Kat DeLuna, DJ Irie, DJ D-Nice, and a special surprise appearance by R&B legend Bobby Brown. Read the review of the Hennessy Artistry Miami at Ice Palace Studios here.
Sweat Records hosted an impromptu Nylon magazine showcase with some of Miami's best local bands. Raffa, Lil' Daggers, ANR, Animal Tropical, Afrobeta, and Rachel Goodrich performed. Read the review of Nylon's showcase at Sweat Records here.
This week's feature, "Marked for Death," looks at the life of fallen MSG Cartel member Ynot, who was run over by a Cadillac Escalade after an argument outside a Davie strip club. Read the tale of Ynot's life and unexpected death here.
Dubstep superstar Bassnectar picked the Fillmore Miami Beach, instead of a traditional nightclub, for his first performance in the city since this year's Ultra Music Festival. Read the review of Bassnectar at the Fillmore Miami Beach.