Ch-ch-ch-changes are happening and everyone's favorite over the weekend recap has moved from its home at Riptide 2.0 over to Crossfade. Why? Well, it seemed appropriate and better yet, now we can focus on all the things happening across South Florida and between both the Miami New Times and the New Times Broward-Palm Beach.
So here is your what you missed over the weekend:
Crookers at LIV
A belated slideshow from last Wednesday night's mayhem at LIV. This time it was Italian electro DJ duo Crookers who brought the hard beats to the Fontainebleau nightclub's Dirty Hairy party. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Nick D'Annunzio's Totally '80s Birthday at Club 50
Local tastemaker and Tara, Ink co-principal Nick D'Annunzio celebrate his birthday high above the city at Club 50 at the Viceroy. The '80s bash even feature Michael Jackson and Madonna impersonators. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Viva Le Vox at Dada
Rockabilly band Viva La Vox brought their signature sound to Dada in Delray Beach. Click here to read the full review.
Dolphins Cheerleaders 2010 Swimsuit Calendar Unveiling at Casa Casuarina
While we are sort of getting tired of the Dolphins celeb love-fest, one thing we'll never get tired of is Dolphins cheerleaders parading down a runway in tiny swimsuits. In fact, we probably wouldn't care if the Dolphins continue to blow every season if the girls actually dressed like this during home games. In fact, we're sure attendance isn't the only thing that would, er, rise. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Death Print Premiere at Colony Theater
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Communist lovin' villian named Arthur Basel, synchronized swimming vampires, and the sexiest detective you'll ever see are just some of the things in Aiden Dillard's latest feature film Death Print. The filmmaker also enlisted the help of local characters including Ted Vernon, Rubberdoll, Otto Von Schirach, Notorious Nastie, the TM Sisters, Jose El Rey and more. Click here to view the full slideshow.
DMX at Revolution
Lately, rapper DMX makes more headlines concerning his troubles with the law rather than his music. Surprisingly, he managed to perform at Revolution Live on Sunday without any conflicts. Fort Lauderdale's DJ GQ was also there to make sure things went smoothly. Click here to view the full slideshow.