Sure the Tortuga Music Festival at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park is one fine two-day party featuring Sheryl Crow, Ziggy Marley, and Dierks Bentley performing, but the festival also has a mission attached to it. See also: Make Your Own Free Custom Tic Tac Packs at Tortuga Music Festival
Good news potheads: aside from the obvious legal implications, there is no reason to put down your bongs--or that full package of double-stuffed Oreos. Turns out new studies have claimed that marijuana is not only helps with cancer, but has a whole host of other health benefits, as well--including ... More >>
For four glorious days every year, Miami Beach is taken over by a cadre of chefs, celebrities, and fans of food and wine in an indoor-outdoor hootenanny known as the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.For those looking to hobnob with the likes of Robert Irvine, Geoffrey Zakarian, and Sunny Anderso ... More >>
Ziggy Marley comes from musical royalty. His parents are Bob and Rita Marley, who, with the Wailers, brought Jamaican reggae from the Kingston ghettos into the mainstream. Being the eldest son of musical icons has rubbed off on Ziggy. At age 44, he's already had a musical career spanning three decad ... More >>
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival has announced its 2013 event schedule. The multi-day festival that brings a host of celebrity chefs, events, parties, and dinners to Miami Beach, runs from February 21-24, 2013. While that may seem far away, we suggest you start making plans and circling ... More >>
Our writer loves the band's psychedelic rock/reggae fusion — and he's not afraid to say so.
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Big Bill Morganfield
Truths and Rights (Eight 76 Records)
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Songs from the Street: 35 Years of Music (Sony Wonder)
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Creatures from a black lagoon. Aliens. John Tesh. What's up with Lake Worth these days?
The dreadlocked progeny of reggae's biggest brightest icon carries the torch
In barely two seasons, the management has run the Miami Fusion into the ground. The fans are not pleased.
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