The RETROMODERNFUTURE Fashion Show was held at Dada in Delray Beach on Saturday evening, June 9. Continue reading County Grinds recap of the show featuring music by Beach Day here.
Photos by Christina Mendenhall.
New Times sent blogger, Alex Rendon to this three-day belly dancing festival in which he was the lone guy there. Continue reading his hip-shaking experience amongst the ladies here.
Photos by Alex Markow.
At long last, fans of Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House can sate cravings for the restaurant's signature oven pancakes and omelets at dinnertime. Located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, the restaurant is now open from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The...
"We hear you guys like to party in Fort Lauderdale," bassist and co-vocalist Kevin Baird mused. Two Door Cinema along with Bad Veins and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah played a sold out show on Tuesday night. Continue reading County Grind's show review here.
Photos by Monica McGivern.
Last night, City and Colour -- the solo musical project of former Alexisonfire guitarist and vocalist Dallas Green -- made its South Florida debut. Continue reading County Grind's recap of the show here.
Photos by Ian Witlen.
The crooner Neil Diamond kicked off his 35-city tour in Fort Lauderdale on Friday night, June 1. Click through this slideshow and see images of the 71-year-old silver fox rocking the stage for his Greatest Hits Tour.
Photos by Sayre Berman.
After 36 years manning the kitchen, Conca D'Oro Italian Restaurant & Pizza owner Domenico DeLuca has just one thing to say: "Thank you, Hollywood. This city has played a wonderful host." DeLuca will close Conca D'Oro's doors June 2, moving the menu, two chefs, and a 16-year pizza cook to a new...
Weeping Willow, a new monthly event dedicated to noise brought a lineup of experimental musicians, a blow-up doll, and a pack of oddballs out on Friday night. Continue reading County Grind's recap of the show here.
Photos by Ian Witlen.
Images of rock 'n' roll's history were recently unearthed and put together in a collection. "Not Fade Away: Lost Beatles and Rolling Stones Photographs," features shoots captured of Mick, Sir Paul, and company from 1964 to 1966, and are on display at The Art & Culture Center in Hollywood....