CBS 12 News did a segment last night featuring South Florida's own Craig "the Pizza Expert" Agranoff, the man behind the pizza review website worstpizza.com. Reporter Emily Pantelides and "Really Big Stud" cameraman Chad tagged along with the Expert (or Lapp, as he's known in certain circles) on a ... More >>
John Linn Unrepentant beer drinkers, rejoice! Each week, Clean Plate Charlie will select one craft or import beer and give you the lowdown on it: How does it taste? What should you drink it with? Where can you find it? But mostly, it's all about the love of the brew. If you have a beer you'd like ... More >>
Ratatat's music sings without singing.
From Stone Groove to Back Door Bamby and all points beyond.
Sometimes, even I'm a jackass.
Chairlift's "Bruises" hurts so good.
The Vagabond's day manager and occasional bouncer sounds off on the club scene.
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn, click here.This week, we're talking about how these fucking jackass kids hide behind their fucking computer monitor screens. First of all, we all know you're a jackass if you're talking shit on the Internet, and you don't have enough balls t ... More >>
Finally, the movie on Notorious B.I.G. hits theaters today and it seems that the anticipation for the film's release is running high. Notorious actors have been hitting the talk show circuit, Lil' Kim is up in arms about how she was portrayed, Diddy is being all dramatic on YouTube, and people are ... More >>
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn, click here. I want to talk this week about how the younger generation has no respect for the older generation. The younger kids coming up have no respect for the people who have been there, done that sort of thing. I would be a lot better off ... More >>
The peeps from PL0T were pretty busy in 2008 providing Fridays at the White Room with a classy selection of hot international techno acts. There were intimate performances by Lee Curtiss, Seth Troxler, and Bill Patrick, among others. And there was that sleek visual ambiance courtesy of the multimed ... More >>
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn, click here. Most of these guys who hang out in this club scene crap have no respect for women whatsoever. They're just out trying to get their dick wet, which is horrible. I see it every day. Women should be treated with a little more respec ... More >>
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn (and to find out who, exactly, guest columnist Brooklyn is), click here. I want to talk about the homeless in downtown around the clubs and how fucking annoying they are. I'm so sick and tired of the begging and everything else. I'm not inse ... More >>
(Photo by Justin Namon)"Brooklyn," as the current day manager of the Vagabond downtown is known, has done and seen it all around the South Florida music scene since arriving here from his native New York some 12 years ago. Younger types flitting around hipster nightlife know him as the improbably, ... More >>
The last of the Art Basel week shows at the Kill Your Idols space kicks off with a set from Brooklyn-based Pink Reason, currently a trio but really the brainchild of Kevin Failure, the band's frontman. It sounds a little like Joy Division or another post-punk act put through a shredder, churned in a ... More >>
Matt and KimSome of the best music presented this week comes courtesy of the ongoing Converse-sponsored Kill Your Idols event in the Design District. An ode to current movers and shakers keeping the original punk spirit alive (albeit in mutated, advanced forms), the space features a photo exhibit b ... More >>
Rahsaan dishes out rhymes that stick
The poppiest thing out of Oxford since, well, ever. Yet it doesn't suck.
Cool Out and Coexist (RIR)
Teknochek Collision (Barbes)
Contempt Records Label Launch Party
The Warriors nicely complements the bloody cult classic that inspired it.
B-boys break through West Palm
Loman Family Picnic at Caldwell Theatre Company
EP (Rough Trade)
Bistro La Tavernetta
I'll Take It (Arena Rock Recording Company)
So Stylistic (Tommy Boy)
Few questions asked, little revealed in these productions
Shown Actual Size (GSL)
PBICA's current exhibition proves that the art community in "Brooklyn!" is wide awake
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
June 11 - 17, 1998