Iconic Spanish music balladeer Julio Iglesias had the crowd swooning at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Better known these days as the father of pop singer Enrique Iglesias, Julio proved he still has plenty of power and charisma on the stage.
Datsik threw quite the party at Revolution Live for his Firepower Records Tour. Concert goers donned their finest bra-and-fur combos -- need we expect anything less? Read the review of Datisk at Revolution Live.
Toby Keith made music out of red Solo cups for fans who went out to the Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm Beach last Saturday. (Thomas Rhett and Brantley Gilbert were the openers.) Nothing like a little Southern twang and some bourbon to get you into the American spirit.
The party was hot Saturday night while yours truly hosted a County Grind music showcase/fun times bonanza at Green Room in Fort Lauderdale. People of all shapes and sizes showed up to flaunt their mad jamming skills and killer body ink.
New Times signature event Pairings returned this year to a new location at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. The event featured local restaurants like Steak 954, 3030 Ocean, Palate Party, Rebel House, Il Mulino, and more severing up bites along with a paired wine.
Pho Vi brings the Vietnamese craze to pedestrian-friendly Downtown Hollywood. Satiate your quick craving for Vietnamese fare where half the menu is dedicated to all kinds of pho. Read the our full review.
Lines of fans wrapped around the building at Revolution Live this weekend to see Owl City along with opener Action Item. Teenage girls and the occasional parent chaperone had the venue packed, and felt no shame in telling the bands how beautiful they were.
If the grand opening said anything about the shop's potential, it's clear owners Amanda and J.R. Linton's success will be as vibrant as the florescent green paint on the walls. Ink & Pistons Tattoo Shop opened on Saturday night in West Palm Beach, revving with energy from the crowd of hot-rod...
The greatest tribute to the legendary Michael Jackson came to the Seminole Hard Rock Live featuring impersonator E'Casanova. The show combined aspects from two of Jackson's best-selling tours, 1987's Bad World Tour and 1992's Dangerous World Tour.
The month of August brought about plenty of skin and tattoos to go twice around the counties. Young lassies and old grannies alike goggled over the eye candy at the The South Florida Fire Fighter Calendar release. Rod Stewart came to town and rocked a red silk blazer -- he even brought Stevie...
This Sunday night monthly is hosted by Radio-Active Records and Blindspot Productions. The historic Cinema Paradiso movie house opened its doors to throngs of blood-thirsty horror buffs, freaks, and geeks for another Splatter-Rama.