You spoke; we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding New Times franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale. Click on and enjoy.
Well, what the hell did you expect? Last night, Charlie Sheen kicked off his "Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat Is Not An Option" tour in Detroit, and the show bombed. Really bombed. In half a decade of professional criticism, I've never seen nastier reviews. Nor have I ever been less surprised to ... More >>
LambertiBroward Sheriff Al Lamberti was scheduled to be a celebrity judge for the chili cook-off at a benefit car show held over the weekend for the late Sgt. Chris Reyka, who was shot to death behind a Walgreens store in Pompano Beach while on duty two and half years ago. But ... More >>
Past all the novelty hits, the SoCal quartet returns with its original fierce punk bite.
Adventures in nightlife can be found at Exit 66.
Trombone Shorty invents a fresh New Orleans musical blend.
Black Ice proves these Aussies can still rock
'80s hair-metal god Sebastian Bach keeps it transparent
Our fantasy draft for the Super Bowl halftime show
Angel Down (MRV)
Return of the Diva
Susan Tedeschi's true blues fly in the face of commercialism
Yo, Bat Mitzvah Sweetie
Beatcomber gets can't help but marvel at the collision between NASCAR and hip-hop.
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
Crease Only Human (Whateverman)
A legendary producer wants to make Fort Lauderdale a hit factory
DJ Cato K discovered his love of dance music amid the din of gunfire
History courses through the folk music of South Florida transplant Iron and Wine
Meet Timb: Post-Punk Techno Hip-Hop for the Emo Dance Community!
Spoken word grows on Delray Beach
Moody by nature, electronica maven Infiniti travels an endless loop
Bandwidth takes to the airwaves -- and lives to tell the tale
Rick Nielsen is not content to pull his old hat tricks anymore
Local CDs from Pank Shovel, the Baboons, Vito, Baby Robots, Jocexoxo, and more
Waiting for the Death of My Generation (Triple X Records)
Spirit\Light\Speed (Beggars Banquet)
Inside the music business with Eric Kline
Detroit Rock City