From an Olympic champion to an honest-to-goodness queen, everybody has smoked pot.
I just happened on this classic written by Steve Almond in 1994 about South Florida's hard-driven, complicated, and sometimes brutal mogul. Uh, it jumps. Citizen Wayne - The Unauthorized Biography A college dropout and the product of a broken home, H. Wayne Huizenga rose ... More >>
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Digging below the surface to discover some exceptional new sounds
Hugh Masekela talks about the highs and lows of a journey through music
Ivan Neville moves to a New Orleans groove
A new box set illuminates the early sounds of Frank Sinatra
Chanson du Vieux Carré (Marsalis Music/Rounder)
Not even Dr. John had a cure for Katrina
God, what have you done?
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band breathes life into death
Steve Martin's adaptation of a 1910 satire mostly just punches up the bodily-function jokes
Boca's Museum of Art gets several new looks
Once a front in the war against racism, Brownie's gin joint is now the trenches in the battle against yuppiedom
Whiffenpoofs drown out the Skull and Bones Society
Letters for May 24, 2001
Las Flores de la Vida (Nonesuch Records)
Will the misunderstood melodica ever get any respect?
Water to Drink (Atlantic)
The Spitkicker Tour invades Sunrise Musical Theatre
Mr. Quintron is here to put a spell on you
Jazzman Turk Mauro rode high in New York, Paris, and the south of France -- now he's hanging on for dear life through a South Florida streak of the blues
Magnolia Soundtrack, Central Avenue Sounds, Sheila Nicholls
RCA's bottomless pit of revenue