Thursday, PETA protesters dressed up as fish in hopes of bringing awareness to "the cruelty of killing fish for food or sport." In any other city we're sure this would cause a commotion. In Miami, this sort of stunt gets you a blank stare. The only eventfully thing to happen was when Miami police showed up to tell the protesters they couldn't be lying down on the sidewalk.
In this week's feature, "Belly Busters," staff writer Gus Garcia-Roberts takes a look at the twelve fat men who make up the Florida Marlins Manatees, the only all-male, plus-size dance troop in Major League Baseball. Here are some of the pictures that didn't make it to print.
One of South Florida's best fetish parties, Technosluts, returned once again to Voodoo Lounge in Fort Lauderdale in hopes of stimulating clubgoers. The event featured sets by Jackal & Hyde, Exzakt, Angela Ryan and more as well as live fetish performances.
Saturday, Churchill's Pub in Little Haiti celebrate 30 years of music history with 30 Years of Churchill's, 30 Years of Punk. Charlie Pickett, Radiobaghdad, the Holy Terrors, the Crumbs and more performed at the celebration.
Saturday, Miami's best local acts gathered for the Future Classic Festival. Suenalo, Awesome New Republic, ¡Mayday!, Spam All Stars, Locos Por Juana, Afrobeta and more were on the bill along with headliners N.E.R.D.
For more than 60 years, "the Amazing Randi" has performed magic, debunked psychics, and discussed the perils of all things paranormal. He has debunked more than 100 psychics and faith healers in a quest to rid the world of hucksters. It has also made him the subject of scorn among purveyors of...
Punk rock legend Iggy Pop is helping Sweat Records cool down by lending his image to a limited edition T-shirt. Sales of the T-shirt go toward Sweat's cost of purchasing a new A/C. Saturday, the independent record store invited everyone to Awarehouse where Pop was the guest of honor and Jacuzzi...