You spoke; we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale. Note: On Mug-Shot Mondays, we don't put the names associated wit ... More >>
Those of us anticipating the arrival of the royal stork can now celebrate in the most cheesy way possible. Whole Foods Market is announcing the launch of Westminster William and Kate Royal Addition Cheddar Cheese.
Israeli dubstep producer/DJ Borgore has garnered somewhat of a cult following with his eccentric and personality driven form of distorted bass since appearing on the scene in 2007. Formerly the drummer in a death metal band, he produces a distinctive grimey and textured sound -- defining him from ... More >>
Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia CommonsLeBron in Hulk modeLeBron James caused a ruckus last week during the Heat's November 27 game against the Dallas Mavericks. A video surfaced shortly after showing LeBron bumping into Head Coach Erik Spoelstra -- perhaps on purpose.C'mon, LeBron, violence isn't th ... More >>
Broward and the Palm Beaches' most active head-spinner.
Like the architecture degree he keeps sequestered, and the dizzying heights implied by his name, DJ Vertigo structures some truly classic nights on the town. Sure, the head spinner's using sound, rather than steel and concrete, to create what he envisions. But that doesn't make the edifices any ... More >>
Most people, if nominated for a Grammy, would think it's Kind of a Big Deal. Apparently, Elmar Oliveira is not most people. "Oh, I've been nominated two times before," chuckles the 58-year-old violinist. Once for the same category -- Best Instrumental Soloist with an Orchestra -- and the ... More >>
On a day people in other parts of the world were paying ransom to pirates, the Fort Lauderdale Police Department was cold bustin' em. Just ask 20-year-old Latesha Raines, of Miami, and 37-year-old Alora Berrian, of Lauderhill, who were arrested yesterday by FLPD at at a house allegedly stocked ... More >>
Why today's R&B is pure garbage
Pop music often gets a bad rap for being disposable or vapid, and in many cases that's true. (Katy Perry, Danity Kane and the Pussycat Dolls, step right up!) But every year, a few irresistible bits of innovative ear candy rocket up the charts and seep into our subconscious. The following ten singl ... More >>
Taking a look at some of the most buzzed-about albums of the year
I told the witch doc-tor, scare me up a barstool at Pangaea
As N.E.R.D. reemerges, Pharell Williams is happy to be one of the gang again
A bevy of new music DVDs just in time for the holidays
Ultimate Victory (Chamillitary/Universal Motown)
Popular Demand (Fat Beats)
John Legend and Robin Thicke
To Do: Make list. Read Pitchfork. Revise list.
Paradise? Purgatory? In 2005, South Florida music was a little bit of both.
Black Violin goes where hip-hop has never gone before: the orchestra pit
The Hard Way (TVT)
Tha Union organizes against the fakers and haters of hip-hop