Turns out James Tracy, the Florida Atlantic University professor who theorized the Sandy Hook massacre might be a mass media conspiracy, has a history of paranoid weirdness.Students say the guy went off in class. And his academic work hints at how someone could go so off the tracks. In a book review ... More >>
The Beltones Cheap Trinkets (TKO Records) beltones.com Last year in September, we had the opportunity to revisit one of my favorite local platters from the '90s, the Beltones' Lock and Load seven-inch on the sorely missed Far Out Records. It was, as it usually is within these pages, a great t ... More >>
Jesse Stoll's homegrown DubFest brings international reggae legends out of hiding .
Some bands on the defunct festival's bill are coming to town anyway. Here's a guide.
The best local albums of 2008
The Postmarks leave their stamp with a new album and prove they're more than one-hit wonders
Former Third World drummer Willie Stewart shows how the beat goes on
Kingston's Rootz Underground prepares for reggae anarchy
Hasidic reggae singer Matisyahu talks about religion and his journey into reggae
Can we change the world one pole dance at a time?
A toddler and her dad road-test alt lullabies
Music biopics Hollywood won't make
Memorial Fest will keep reggae fans happy for years.
So far, a developer hasn't come up with the right lubricant to dislodge a local landmark
Langerado stacks a full plate of excellent music
Dubconscious covers the roots of reggae with truth, man
Jamaican upstart loves the scent of that purple skunk
Brandishing the Bible and a big stick, Luciano finds reggae fervor
An American concert promoter tries to preserve the heritage of a fallen reggae hero
Don't worry, kid; reggae legend Freddie McGregor's gonna make it all better
Take a tour of South Florida's best roots stash
The Spitkicker Tour invades Sunrise Musical Theatre