Fans of cosplay, LARPing, video games, comic books, and more gathered at the Miami Airport Convention Center for the seventh annual Florida Supercon. With over 125,000 square feet of space, the convention had everything a fanboy -- or girl -- could hope for, including vendors, celebrities, costume contests, karaoke, and video game tournaments.
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino celebrated its second annual Rock 'n' Roll Beer-B-Que with a little help from New Times. The event paired beer, barbecue, and music to make a great Saturday afternoon.
The Rock 'N' Roll Beer-B-Que Wrap-Up (Clean Plate Charlie)
Rock n' Roll Beer-B-Que 2012:...
British band Coldplay stopped by the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami as part of their Mylo Xyloto world tour. Fellow Brits Wolf Gang and Swedish pop artist Robyn opened the show before Chris Martin and Co. put on a spectacle that filled the whole arena.
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From coast to coast, gays and lesbians took to the streets with pride.
For more photos see:
SF Pride Parade 2012 (NSFW)
The 2012 Seattle Pride Parade
Houston Pride 2012: Live Out Proud
Pridefest 2012 - St. Louis
Twin Cities Pride 2012
Gay Pride Parade Lights Up New York
Saturday at 2012 Denver...
White, red and black took over the streets of Downtown as hard-core Miami Heat fans celebrated the Heat's 2012 Championship title. Confetti filled the air and fans struck their casuelas and cucharas as the boys proudly showed off their gold trophy. All photos by George Martinez.
The Electric Daisy Carnival Saturday evening was suppose to be the best show and largest draw ever, featuring Bassnectar, Calvin Harris (with a surprise guest appearance of Rihanna), AVICII, Tiesto, MSTRKRFT and Las Vegas’ own Blue Man Group collaborating with Steve Aoki. Instead over 90,000...
Electric Daisy Carnival kicked off its first day in Las Vegas, as bassheads from across the country gathered at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the nation's biggest EDC musical fest. All photos by Christopher Victorio.
Village Voice Media commissioned artists associated with the Phoenix-based cultural collective Xico to produce a series of covers for its papers -- each one is unique to each city -- for its national story on Arizona SB1070, "Crossing the Line." Here are those images with additional artworks...
Adam Yauch, Beastie Boy founder, political advocate and lifetime New Yorker, died on May 4, 2012.
For more on Adam Yauch's life and death, check out obituaries from the Village Voice, L.A Weekly and OC Weekly:
Adam Yauch, R.I.P.
Adam Yauch is Dead: RIP Beastie Boy MCA.
Adam Yauch, MCA of...
In the venn diagram of spring festivities, Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby have a lot in common, and day-drinking is just the beginning. This year, they both fall on Saturday. Whether you're fighting your hangover with tacos or a hot brown, here's your guide to celebrating them...
The sun set on Coachella 2012 in glorious style Sunday night with the return of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, AVICII's set mind bending set in the Sahara tent and much much more. All photos by Timothy Norris.