Fusion has been on the brain. Following our review on Florida's sushi-Thai, Sara Dickerman addresses the up-down of our relationship with fusion in Slate last week in Fusion Reaction: How America fell in love, then out of love, then in love all over again with Asian influenced cuisine. She wrot ... More >>
John LinnThe ribs at Art's Barbecue are smoky and succulent. A rib dinner at Art's Barbecue in Coral Springs comes with two sides, cornbread, and a half-rack of tender ribs mounted on top of two pieces of white bread. The ribs sported a slightly pink smoke ring and had a the sort of soft-but-firm ... More >>
Concert review: Dexter Romweber and Ben Prestage at Propaganda.
Birthed in suburbia, Stonefox is Palm Beach County's unlikely Delta blues savior.
The Juice has invited New Times theater critic, Brandon K. Thorp, to provide a running critique of one of the region's most popular, most enduring stage shows: Sunday service at Calvary Chapel in Fort Lauderdale. With nearly 20,000 members it is the state's biggest church. In his first installment ... More >>
Tragedy strikes one of Hialeah's up-and-coming DJs
Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.
Lake Worth's most loved and hated indie songwriter returns home
Reverend Payton's Big Damn Band
Roots of Rumba Rock: Congo Classics 1953-1955 (Crammed Discs)
Alive at the Bamboo Room (Self-Released)
Red Hot Blues
Talkin' Pagan Christs with Glenn Danzig.
The good, the bad, and the gelatinous: Earache gets an earful in Austin
For Big Bill Morganfield, blues runs in the family
John the Cop and the Other Guy
Thanks to Jaguares, Mexican classic rock will never die
Living legend Robert Lockwood Jr. carries on the legacy of his bedeviled mentor
Rory Block shows her soulful side at the Bamboo Room
Florida Stage resurrects blues legend Bessie Smith in all her singing, swaggering, sexy glory
This cast has a hell of a time capturing the nuances of the well-written Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil
M Ensemble still tries to push the edges of theater --and to get noticed
Live as I'll Ever Be (Hightone)
Noise artiste Kenny 5 wreaks musical havoc
"Legends of Rock and Roll"
Keith Brown: One pretty bluesman
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.