Some of the most popular local food trucks like Dim Ssam a GoGo, The MexZican, and Big Kahuna came out to feed hoards of locals at Boomers in Boca Raton. The May 11 event was the first of its kind in Palm Beach County. The venue expected 800 people but likely exceeded it. All photos by Ian WitlenClick here to read a review of the Gourmet Food Truck Expo.
New Times' music blog, County Grind, played host to music lovers during the SW 3rd Ave. Music Festival. Our stage at the Green Room in downtown Fort Lauderdale showcased a Battle of the Bands featuring Lavola, John Ralston, The Dewars, and more. The New took home the honors of crowd favorite at...
If there's a God he better be taking notes from Kylie Minogue. The Australian goddess put on a show worthy of the Vegas strip at the BankAtlantic center on Saturday May 7 as part of her Aphrodite tour.
Click here to read a review of the show.
Lovely and talented ladies in South Florida gathered at the Aventura Mall on Saturday, May 7 for the chance to become a Miami Dolphins cheerleader. Friends, family, and fans crowded around to cheer them on.
The Original Fat Cats in Fort Lauderdale decided to dress up their patrons faces, with mustaches that is. The bar celebrated Cinco de Mayo by handing out mustaches to bar patrons, getting rowdy, and partying hard. Original Fat Cats
The Circle at the Breakers Resort in Palm Beach is exquisite. For brunch bow-tied men feast on lobster and omelets and champagne flows like a river. Click here to read more about brunch at The Breakers Resort.
Day three is when SunFest starts to really heat up every year. This year day three featured Taking Back Sunday, Mike Posner, Circa Survive and other big musical acts. The April 29 performances rocked downtown West Palm Beach in a way that will keep the city shaking for a while.
If nothing else Radio-Active Records knows how to party. They brought their vast musical knowledge to the Mai Kai in Fort Lauderdale on April 29 for the second annual Mai Kai Dance Party. Locals jammed and danced to disco while consuming copious amounts of the Polynesian restaurant’s famed...
Patrons of the Las Olas Wine and Food Festival stuffed their faces with good food and drowned their gullets in spirits, the alcoholic kind of course. New Times hosted the inaugural cupcake battle at the April 29 event in front of the Riverside Hotel where local bakeries competed in the ultimate...
The royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton was a bank holiday for all of England. So people (ahem, Americans) celebrated with tasty treats - and lots of them! But don't just admire these delectable creations. Go make some, shove that Union flag in your pie hole, and think of us.
Day two of SunFest was jam-packed with big names from the music industry. Specifically Cee Lo Green performed with his signature super-wide, f*ck you smile, and Jason Mraz bounced around in the midst of rainbows and sunshine.
Click here to see photos of Sublime with Rome from SunFest Day 1.
Our annual Best Of issue is heating up. Are you excited yet? The suspense must be killing you so while you wait appease yourself with the best of our local music photos from this year so far.
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Way back when a band named Sublime was formed in California and put out mega-hits until the lead singer died of a heroine overdose. Like any good band looking for a comeback Sublime replaced the lead singer with some dude named Rome. The newly dubbed Sublime with Rome played SunFest Day 1 on...