San Francisco's DJ Worthy (Dirtybird) made his Fort Lauderdale debut Sunday at Techno Beach at McSorley's Beach Pub. With the crowd building and the sun setting, Worthy had everyone dancing to funky bass music. Beforehand, resident DJs Omar and Rhoan kept the energy up with a blend of minimal house.
Director, filmmaker, and writer John Waters brought his one-man show This Filthy World to the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.
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Jon Bon Jovi made his solo debut Thursday night at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood.
Review: Jon Bon Jovi and the Kings of Suburbia's Debut Show at Hard Rock Live, July 26
Bright lights, pastrami, corned beef, matzo ball soup and stuffed cabbage leaves — Ben's offers all you can ask for in a Jewish deli.
Ben's, Flakowitz, and Zinger's: Exploring the Jewish Delis of Palm Beach CountyAll photos by Candace West.
New Times' music blog, County Grind, honored the local metal scene with its latest live series at Green Room featuring Holly Hunt, Shroud Eater, and Devalued.
Review: Holly Hunt, Shroud Eater, Devalued at Green Room, July 21
Friday, Dave Matthews Band played the first of two shows at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. DMB fans turned up early to tailgate and bond.
Review: Dave Matthews Band at Cruzan Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach - July 20
"We make everything in-house," Ernie said, sweeping a hand in front of him. "The mozzarella, the meatballs, the cannolis — we make everything right here." At his 6-month-old place in Lighthouse Point, Ernie is the modern-day version of that maître d' who knows every customer's name and acts as...
The circus is in town. Well, Cirque du Soleil to be exact. The French-Canadian entertainment company premieres its Dralion show, in which "the four elements that govern the natural order take on a human form," tonight at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise. The production runs until July 29.
Local collective Subculture put together "Sincerely Yours, Marty McFly" at the classic Gateway Theater to celebrate everything great about the '80s. In addition to screening The Breakfast Club and Back to the Future, the event also featured a photo booth, and performances by Beach Day and Suede...