In a rare U.S. appearance, Berlin duo Modeselektor stopped by Studio A in Miami Saturday night after a Canadian tour date cancellation. Along with local electronic musician Otto Von Schirach, they put on an audio/visual spectacle.
Every year, to close out the season, Miami City Ballet puts on Our Show at the company's studio in Miami Beach. The show gives company members a chance to choose, choreograph and produce their own dance performances.
After closing for a few weeks, new owners Lauren "Lolo" Reskin and Jason Jimenez reintroduced Miami to its favorite boutique store, Rag Trade. Friday night, the store celebrated its reopening with complimentary drinks and local designer and DJ R. Grimes on the decks.
MOCA in North Miami kicked off the opening of the Dominic Molon-curated exhibit Sympathy for the Devl: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967 Thursday night along with DJ Mark Leventhal and the Down Home Southernaires, who kept the rock 'n' roll spirit alive.
Santana, BB King, Fergie, Radiohead, The Police and more made it a music-heavy month. But there was still the 944 Anniversary Party, Wynwood Art Walk, Aqua Girl and a couple of Dirtybirds to help balance things out.
The Best of the Best concert at Bicentennial Park in Miami Sunday is one of the highlights of the Memorial Day weekend. Performers this year included Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Barrington Levy, Etana, Serani, Bling Dawg, Shifta, Assassin, DJ Khaled and T-Pain.
Democratic presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama stopped by the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on Friday, May 23, to drum up support in the state, which could once again be the deciding factor on who moves into the White House next year.
The Police rocked South Florida at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach Saturday night for a second time after their previous July stop last year at Dolphin Stadium. This time around legendary rocker Elvis Costello opened the show.