Music vet and New Times scribe Lee Zimmerman shares observations, insights and updates relating to South Florida's musical environs. This week, cool conversation, part two. In our last Backstage in South Florida column, I reflected on some of the more notable interviews I conducted over the past ... More >>
All of us belt-tightening, recession-hardened Americans love "fiscal responsibility" and "free markets." A politician merely says the words "free markets" or "fiscal responsibility" in a sufficiently grim tone and we go wild, like little Asian girls getting their first glimpse of a 22-year-old Pa ... More >>
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Blue Note Records moves north and burrows in
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Christopher Moll's haunting Project X takes shape in a Coral Springs apartment
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A Royal Christmas combines carols, show tunes, and ballet
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Mark Kozelek, on hiatus from Red House Painters, takes on John Denver and AC/DC
The government wants his money. The judiciary wants him disbarred. So what's F. Lee Bailey's next move? Sue the bastards!
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