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  • Death to the Sun III @ The Snooze
    The third Death to the Sun musical extravaganza was a shining testament to the truism that our brightest star will go down -- but not quietly. No fucking way. Between 7 p.m. Saturday evening, and 3 a.m. Sunday morning, more than two dozen acts battled through a marathon night of out-of-pocket...
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  • Blink 182 @ Cruzan Amphitheater
    Ah, the smell of teenage angst in the waning heat of South Florida's summer was alive and well Friday night as hoards of Volcom-clad youth and Generation Y cohorts just off from work descended upon the Cruzan Amphitheater to see Matt and Kim, My Chemical Romance and Blink 182. Full story here....
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  • Food Porn: Jungle Queen
    Over the years, the Jungle Queen has fluctuated between cooking on-site or having the food catered and trucked in, which is the current arrangement and something of a logistical feat. These days, the Jungle Queen hosts three trips a day, lists annual profits of $5 million to $10 million, and...
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  • Boylesque @ Bill's Filling Station NSFW
    Ladies and gentleman, queen of the burlesque scene Betty Pickle answered our prayers with her newest venture, Boylesque. Featuring a wild array of performers including EmperRoar Fabulous, Johnny Deep, and Gio Profera, Boylesque lit up the stage with sexual wit and vaudeville charm. PHOTOS BY...
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  • Dead Prez @ Propaganda
    The gangsta duo M-1 and stic.man known formally as Dead Prez made their way to Propaganda September 15, spitting their political and critical lyrics at the crowd in front of them. PHOTOS BY IAN WITLEN
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  • Fourth-Annual New Times Pairings
    Over forty restaurants, and over forty wineries paired. (Craft beers and other alcohol were also available.) Foodies and boozehounds united last night at the Fourth-Annual New Times Pairings. It was a night when delectable dishes from the area's most notorious restaurants were expertly paired...
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  • Swans @ Respectable Street
    Experimental rock pioneers Swans performed what was perhaps the loudest show ever in Palm Beach County Wednesday night at Respectable Street. Openers Sir Richard Bishop told wacky jokes between his intricate solo guitar pieces, and Miami's dark rockabilly combo the Axe & the Oak set the tone...
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  • Atari Teenage Riot @ Culture Room
    It has been a decade since the heyday of Atari Teenage Riot, a caustic electronic outfit led by beatsmith and occasional inciter Alec Empire. And though there has been a bit of lineup shuffling since the late '90s, very little has changed about the over-the-top attitude of this group. The...
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  • Food Porn: Sea
    Sea in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea: Fresh catch and feels like home. Full story. PHOTOS BY CANDANCEWESTPHOTO.COM
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  • The Giant Megalodon @ the Museum of Science and Discovery
    An extinct prehistoric shark made its way down the streets of south Florida on Friday and it taking up residents at a local museum. The giant Megalodon will be on display at the Museum of Science and Discovery in the EcoDiscovery exhibits which are slated to open in November of 2011 PHOTOS BY...
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  • Rock Allegiance Tour @ Pompano Beach Amphitheater
    The rain didn't keep the Rock n' Rollers out of the Pompano Beach Amphitheater Wednesday evening as everyone got as close to the action as possible for the Rock Allegiance tour. The line consisted of Drive A, Crossfade, Red, P.O.D., Puddle of Mudd, Buckcherry, and Papa Roach. PHOTOS BY MIKE RICE
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  • Food Porn: DIG
    In its former life, the space where DIG resides was home to Greenfield's on Atlantic, a five-course concept catering to early birds. Its time had passed, owner Robert Greenfield decided. Inspired by farm-to-table dining outside of South Florida, Greenfield approached Joey Giannuzzi — owner of...
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