"They call me Dr. John, known as the Night Tripper." With that guttural growl, the once and future Mac Rebennack assumed the persona that would continue to define his guise going forward. One of New Orleans true originals and a musician who helped further the Crescent City sound, he was born in t ... More >>
Inserra is now top toque at Suite 100.When Smith & Jones closed in July, nobody was more in the middle of the fallout than Ted Inserra. In this blog item, Inserra blamed a slowdown in business, but many commenters blamed Inserra, despite the fact that he was just a sous chef at the Las Olas r ... More >>
Who knew three days of peace and music would oppress us for 40 years? (Plus: this movie)
Happy-Go-Lucky's optimistic heroine might just convince you to cheer up
'80s hair-metal god Sebastian Bach keeps it transparent
Even 20 years on, the man behind the dirty nursery rhymes is the same as he ever was.
My old flame; I can't remember its name
After years on the road, Maroon 5 finally grow comfortable in their own skin
The Back Room is a little bit country and a little bit back on a roll
Can't Quit the Blues (Silvertone/Legacy)
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment.
The HorrorPops' lead freak in uniform sets things straight.
The man who gave reggae its name brings back the Maytals.
More on the Anthony Clark saga from the Sentinel's Paula McMahon. She reports today that Clark "isn't proud" that he left Norris Gaynor on the ground to die without so much as an anonymous phone call to 911. "His attorney said Thursday that Clark did not realize the victim, Norris Gaynor, was fat ... More >>
It's hard to say who throws bigger tantrums, kid actors or rock stars.
Tony Hawk's traveling tricksters wow Sunrise
Can a celebrity dance club make it in a stronghold of rock?
There's no fakin' the Bacon
Brazilian legend Rita Lee keeps things colorful
Southern Flaw is a killer band first, fuck-ups second
South Americans speak about struggling and surviving in SoFla
The Eagles spread their wings and take off for home
The Yoko Theory wakes up and smells the reggae
Cry (Warner Bros.)
Thanks to Jaguares, Mexican classic rock will never die
A look back at the surrealist's seminal World's Fair pavilion heads a trio of strong exhibits at MoCA
This cast has a hell of a time capturing the nuances of the well-written Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil
Keith Brown Trio undergoes major lineup changes
The whole point of Billy Bowman's annual bash is to eat, drink, and party with real Floridians of all types
Guy Clark|Gino Washington
April 16 - 22, 1998