South Florida, we know heat -- and we know how to beat it. Between air conditioning, swimming pools, a dip in the ocean and all these damn ice cream and serve-yourself fro-yo shops, we've got summer meltdowns covered. But enough with the trendy, soft-serve yogurt. When you want the real deal, ther ... More >>
Chances are, if you came of age in the '80s, you heard the songs of Patricia Mae Andrzejewski on the radio. Only you came to know her by her professional name, Pat Benatar. Born January 10, 1953, she dominated the airwaves throughout much of that decade, scoring a pair of multi-platinum albums, f ... More >>
Weston's JG McGuinness opened in March in the location that Swig, a martini bar for moms, used to call home. The decor, reminiscent of every other high-end Irish pub, still looks new and well-maintained. But one look at the crowd and it's obvious: these roots might be growing from a differen ... More >>
The Love Boat departs on the hour from Little Palm Island
Ten songs not to include on your Valentine's Day mix
Rockers and writers don't always mix within
Finally, something real in Boca. And it isn't the faux rocker.
Pussy Cats Starring the Walkmen (Record Collection)
Booze and Blondie turn my Simon Cowell friend into a disco diva.
By digging into the great (and usually corny) American songbook, Linda Ronstadt opened the door for countless other to do so, too.
More Than Wasted Time
Sonny's Stardust Lounge
The Field Irish Pub and Eatery
The Toasters are ska royalty -- just don't tell them that
The Heatseekers braved bad smells, raw nerves, and limp hair on the road
What else could you possibly want?
The Blowtorch DJs
Worth Avenue, Palm Beach Readers' Choice: Las Olas Riverfront
A faux Rod Stewart revs up the crowd -- and after a few drinks, everyone thinks he's sexy
George & Dragon
Amici Ristorante & Bar
Human (Atlantic Records)
When is an emo-punk not an emo-punk?
Sting and the art of corporate rock
August 27 - September 2, 1998