Not surprisingly, the headliners for this year's South Florida Fair are about as rich artistically as corn dogs and elephant ears are nutritionally. And about as diverse as a diet centered around those fried, sugared items. It is a mainstream country-driven affair, with a couple of tired rock act ... More >>
Concert review: "Can I Say II" at Cinema Paradiso.
Miami Beach indie trio Jacob's Ladder sets out on its second national tour in two months.
After 12 years, South Florida's best pop-punk export is still going strong.
The Final Curtain (567 Records)
There's no place like home for New Found Glory wherever that is.
Maybe but Dave Melillo's all songwriter.
Former teen queen Tiffany pops up at Plantation's Pop Cult Con
And burns a few as well
The Warped Tour says: Give us your allowance!
Finally, the Dark Prince cuts Death Becomes You a much-needed break
Help Broward County fight off rampaging hordes of mall punks!
Morgan Heritage brings reggae to those without a clue
You might have seen this next comic at 7-Eleven
A cadre of smart South Florida music entrepreneurs is bringing the area into the mainstream
Passengers got on and off, but Pompano's Further Seems Forever finally arrives
The Reunion Show's long road trip out of limbo
Terrors and Squelchers at Churchill's, oh my!
We really knew ya
Yesterday, Coral Springs; today, the world
River City High is rocking out right this very minute. No doubt about it.
Miami singer/songwriter might have found a home in Broward
Punk politics and shady business deals leave Eulogy Records boss John Wylie wiser
This festive time of year, the boys from Death Becomes You want you to imagine them as poseable action figures, not poseurs
Staind, New Found Glory, and Cave are the main ingredients in this year's Buzz Bake Sale recipe
When it rains it pours
You can't keep a good Button down
The Second to None Indie Rock Showcase
Letters for April 12, 2001
New Found Glory is ready to play your total request live
Next thing you know, those meddling kids will be eating ice cream in the streets!
The "F-U" in FU*BAR stands for Financial Underperformer - bad news for both local and national acts
Sonic Saturday, The Cure
A New Found Glory