The Tupac hologram wasn't enough. Back in 2012, New Times brought you a comprehensive post-op on Digital Domain, a California-based special effects company that grabbed a lot of attention after it resurrected hip hop legend Tupac via hologram for the 2012 Coachella music festival. But at the sam ... More >>
Digital Domain, the Florida-based visual effects company that gave the world Titanic, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and a Tupac hologram, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy recently. And now, according to Gossip Extra, Dolphins great Dan Marino, who bought 1,576,525 shares in the animation stud ... More >>
Read on for today's link compilation.Frank Bruni writes on how chefs who encourage dining decadence stay healthy behind the scenes. His piece in the New York Times is a thoughtful response to the "unsettling" revelation that Paula Deen has only now revealed her diabetes, three yea ... More >>
Crystal Method's Divided by Night tour brings the electronic legends to Revolution.
In case you thought traveling music festivals had no roots
Morris Day talks new music and the re-formation of the Time
Intimate, eclectic, and electric, Langerado is a gift to South Florida
The Shout Out Louds speak the universal language of pop
Europimp Tonino Carotone believes Another World Is Possible.
Nine Inch Nails' latest is a breakthrough in Trent Reznor's personal therapy, but don't expect it to take you to his happy place.
Mindless Self Indulgence
Former teen queen Tiffany pops up at Plantation's Pop Cult Con
Pixies are reunited, and it feels so good
Humbert does it one more time, with feeling
Space-rock soloing can't detract from Particle's dance-party bliss
Think A Perfect Circle is Maynard's band? Think again.