Thursday night, West Palm Beach's Norton Gallery celebrated the anniversary of the original Woodstock Music Festival. Guest of honor was iconic music and documentary photographer Elliott Landy, who told stories like the one where a young Micheal Lang rumbled up his driveway and asked if he wanted to photograph Woodstock. Live music was provided by Aquaphonics and Crazy Fingers.
Wednesday, pop's troubadour Jason Mraz performed for fans at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Mraz recently released his fourth studio album Love Is a Four Letter Word, which debuted number two on the Billboard 200.
Tattoo artists and aficionados convened at the Marriott Coral Springs Hotel for the weekend-long South Florida Tattoo Expo. The 17th edition featured artists, fetish shows, live music, classic cars, and more. (Some images may be NSFW.)
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Following all the hype of Magic Mike, we took to the streets of Broward County to meet some of the local hunks who strut their stuff on the pole. The bronzed babes of Boardwalk flexed their muscles providing for a whole lot of eye-candy and man meat. Some images may be semi-NSFW.
Controversial guitarist Ted Nugent performed at Revolution Live Tuesday night. His gun-lovin' politics and patriotism were front and center on stage only with his music.
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Saturday, two music legends, Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks, shared the stage at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise for their Heart and Soul Tour.
Review: Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks at BankAtlantic Center, August 4
Sailor Jerry Rum and Inked Magazine stopped by Revolution Live Friday night in search of the publication's 2013 Calendar Girl. Tattooed up South Florida women showed up for Fort Lauderdale casting call for a shot at qualifying.
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Once again, the Vans Warped Tour stopped at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach to showcase the best in pop-punk, emo, rock, and more. New Found Glory, Machine Gun Kelly, All Time Low, Yellowcard, Taking Back Sunday, and more performed at the South Florida stop.
Saturday, Exit 66 was packed with the usual mix of daytime revelers. But adding a little excitement to the party was the Bikini Parade, which sought to set a new record for the Largest Bikini Parade in the World. Onlookers gawked and took photos as the ladies strolled down A1A.
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.