The saying goes, "Don't judge a book by its cover." When it comes to food that idea should remain the same -- unless, you're in danger of food poisoning obviously. Some of the best dishes are comprised of the weirdest mix of food items: croissant/doughnut hybrids, arepa-burgers, breakfast pizza, yo ... More >>
South Beach wasn't always a stomping grounds for deep-pocketed rappers and popped-collared yuppies. And things were far from family-friendly. Gays built the Beach, and female impersonators were as ubiquitous during the '90s as palm trees. South Beach Wanda -- born Anthony Lee -- made her name as one ... More >>
"Her name was Lola...She was a showgirl....."That's the first line of the hit Barry Manilow song about iconic New York City nightclub, Copacabana, that saw the likes of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Len Horne, Desi Arnaz, and Sam Cooke (to name just a few) performing on its stage.
Photo Courtesy of Google Images Just when you thought that the only people who hung out in parks at night were bums and hookers, the second annual Chillounge Night comes around and changes it all. On February 5th hundreds of daybeds and lounge chairs will be set-up on The Great Lawn at Old School ... More >>
Photo by Silvia FeuerbachTake six truckloads of South Beach-style lounge furniture and custom lighting, food and booze booths, live music, a fashion show and samba parade, dump them all on the Great Lawn in downtown Delray, charge everybody $15 to get in ($20 at the door, $75 for VIP tickets) and ... More >>
Fresh-faced Boca chanteuse Cat Shell expands her reach.
Mi Sueño (Nonesuch)
Global Orgasm Day was a bust for Tailpipe and Mr. Buzz Cut
Trouble: The Music of Bob Dylan (Tzadik)
1000 Years of Popular Music (Cooking Vinyl)
Mike Jones and the Jetsetter Lounge offer a revisionist history of the future.
Ron Isley revisits the Burt Bacharach catalog with Here I Am
It's still the same old story, a fight for jazz and glory
Wong Kar-wai continues to create impressive depth without relying on... a plot!
A Passionate Woman
Magnolia Soundtrack, Central Avenue Sounds, Sheila Nicholls
January 28 - February 3, 1999