Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund chat about the film version of On the Road.
Fusion has been on the brain. Following our review on Florida's sushi-Thai, Sara Dickerman addresses the up-down of our relationship with fusion in Slate last week in Fusion Reaction: How America fell in love, then out of love, then in love all over again with Asian influenced cuisine. She wrot ... More >>
Friday, February 24*Yay for original art and music in Boca! The Edition1 Art and Music Showcase at the Black Rose Irish Pub gives cool younger folk something to do there, with live art, DJs, and performances by local bands Stonecutters, Makeshift Wings, and Buffalo Tux (interesting names), as wel ... More >>
A review of the ActivistArtistA's Art Walk at the Boynton Beach Arts District, AKA the District in Boynton Beach.Last summer, the warehouses off Industrial Avenue in Boynton Beach were full of machine parts, but now, they're full of art. To get to them, head to the street called Industrial Avenue ... More >>
Picking the best folk and Americana records of the year isn't nearly as hard as discarding those great records that just didn't feel right stuck in the category. Releases by Calexico and DeVotchKa felt far too worldly to pigeonhole as folk or country, for instance, while Blitzen Trapper's fantastic ... More >>
Up-and-comer Brazil shops its movies in Miami
Kingston's Rootz Underground takes spiritual reggae to higher heights
None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)
The Hold Steady has American critics in its grip
In light of last night's State of the Union speech, during which George Bush boldly trumpeted his "No Soldier Left Behind" plan, I thought I'd say a few words about the State of the Pulp. I've heard it said from numerous people in recent days that this blog has slowed down, that it's not hitting as ... More >>
You might have read Dave Barry's letter to S.Fla. fans today. It's the first new piece the world's favorite humorist has had in the Miami Herald in a long while. And apparently it got some tweaking from Herald editors. The edition that appears on this morning's front page and on-line includes this ... More >>
The Herald ran another story on the homeless beating deaths this morning -- and, unlike yesterday, it named Anthony Clarke, the man who witnessed part of the beating, saw Norris Gaynor dying on the ground, and went home without so much as notifying authorities. But they added this caveat: "Broward ... More >>
Danish duo the Raveonettes are one with the cosmos
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
For years, Fletch was out of print. Now, his father explains why.
Emily J. Minor
"Revisiting the Beat Generation With David Plumb"
Ever dreamed of being a Jeopardy! game show contestant? Think you could sweep the board? Yeah, I did too.
Magnolia Soundtrack, Central Avenue Sounds, Sheila Nicholls
Guy Clark|Gino Washington