With rising sea levels, Great Whites on the loose, and coral development quickly getting knocked down, there's a lot of trouble brewing out there along the east coast of Florida. Now we can add another to the list: sonic cannons. Yup, you read that right. These devices are typically used by compan ... More >>
Miami, Florida and Hollywood, California are known for the best places to spot celebrities. Oohh there's Jon Hamm. Ooh look, George Clooney! Pfft. Whatever. We all know the sexiest place on the planet is Broward friggin County. Know who else knows that?The Rock. He lives there. Other celebritie ... More >>
Under normal circumstances, when a guy pukes on your arm while you are washing your hands in the men's bathroom sink, it's a pitifully horrible experience. But this reporter just so happens to be on the Carnival Imagination, reveling in the three day rock 'n' roll madness that is the second annua ... More >>
Creed's debut album, My Own Prison, will be 15 years old in 2012. To celebrate, the band's playing the record and follow-up Human Clay in full as part of intimate two-night engagements around the country in April and May. Hand-wringing and eye-rolling ensued among those with whom County Grind dis ... More >>
Things are hopefully erring on the verbally vicious side of things for Ludacris and Mike Posner's Red Bull Soundclash event happening New Year's Eve at Bayfront Park in Miami.In a four-round musical battle royale, the two artists will each hustle hard to outdo each other. In general, it feels lik ... More >>
It won't be long before Black Friday and Cyber Monday are joined by Overdraft Tuesday and Refinance Wednesday and Bankruptcy Thursday, so it's grand that our corporate parent today offers up a Daily Deal that we can endorse. eMusic is like the iTunes for vinyl enthusiasts. Although some of its in ... More >>
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 >>
flickr.comCould Vince Young be the QB of the future in Miami?A lot of things are up in the air for the Miami Dolphins this off-season. There are serious question about the general manager, the head coach, the starting running backs, and, of course, the quarterback position.For a little while, it ... More >>
Mid-March Drake concert turns out to be a fake.
Bell has methodically worked his way up to lead chef at Cafe Boulud, where Daniel's standard of excellence is the brass ring.
Everything that makes South Florida the Vice capital of the country--the drugs, the sex, the gambling--is amplified during the week of the Super Bowl. But nothing ruins the perfect party week like someone dying or going to jail. So this week we'll be presenting The Juice Vice Guide to South Florida. ... More >>
Photo: Boynton Beach Police DepartmentFor single men who go to singles bars, then drink till they're charming: Opportunity knocks on the streets of Boynton Beach. Actually, that's not a knock so much as a... police siren? Those flashing lights must mean this one wants it bad. Was it your tricked- ... More >>
Hip-hop for the high life.
Kicking the soundtrack for America's Backyard.
It's often the complaint of many that South Beach has become stale, particularly its DJs, who seem completely content with spinning the usual Top 40/hip-hop mess that really is no different than you just turning on your car's stereo. But if there is one DJ that is try to walk the fine line of givin ... More >>
This tat expo features sounds besides buzzing needles
Madball (photo via the band's Myspace page)Beyond the unending, dentist-office-like whir of hundred of tattoo needles buzzing on and off, the Miami Tattoo Expo will feature another soundtrack -- an impressive lineup of local and national musical acts. While other South Florida tattoo conventions h ... More >>
Why today's R&B is pure garbage
The best local albums of 2008
Yesterday I was hanging in the studio with Jim Jonsin, the local producer extraordinaire who produced two of the biggest hip-hop tracks of the year, Lil Wayne's "Lollipop" and T.I.'s "Whatever You Like." We were basically chopping it up about music, the industry, his upcoming five Grammy nominati ... More >>
Bun B's new disc is too true and too real
Katt Williams shows why hip-hop and comedy can both leave you in stitches
Trilla (Def Jam)
Eight months after its "burial," the world's most dangerous epithet is more popular than ever in hip-hop
Ultimate Victory (Chamillitary/Universal Motown)
The kings of New Orleans brass are still going strong
Let Em Know Vol. 19 (Q Music Group)
Khia's a Gangstress, not a ho.