Local collective Subculture put together "Sincerely Yours, Marty McFly" at the classic Gateway Theater to celebrate everything great about the '80s. In addition to screening The Breakfast Club and Back to the Future, the event also featured a photo booth, and performances by Beach Day and Suede Dudes.
For the fanboys — and girls — who couldn't manage to fly to San Diego for Comic-Con International, Tate's Comics in Lauderhill held the next best thing. Not at Comic-Con 2012 featured a cosplay parade, free giveaways, and more.
Friday, Green Room and its Black Friday party held the sequel to "The Art of Tattoo" series. The Fort Lauderdale nightclub showcased artwork by local tattoo artists, along with resident DJs LinderSMASH and Kaos, and a live performance by Web3.
Thursday night, Public Image Vintage held Vintage & Vino, where patrons could sip on wine while browsing through the store's latest fashion finds. Also teaming up with Public Image was neighboring business Radio-Active Record, which hosted its own Indie Vinyl Night.
New Times spent the day with local trio Beach Day, venturing out to the band's favorite hometown hangouts. From jumping around in their backyard to walking along Hollywood Beach, Beach Day have plenty of love for their current hometown of Hollywood.
Beach Day's Favorite Hollywood Hideouts:...
Tanzy, in Boca Raton, left writer Eric Barton speechless. Despite the Rainforest Café-like decor, the food "showed just how capable the kitchen at Tanzy can be."
Read the review of Tanzy in Boca Raton.
Ska punk legends Reel Big Fish helped patrons at Revolution Live celebrate Independence day with a little help from openers Big D and the Kids Table, Suburban Legends, and the Maxies.
Review: Reel Big Fish - Revolution Live - July 4
This week, reviewer Eric Barton tries to get comfortable at American Social Bar & Restaurant on Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale and found it lived up to its name. As a social place, it's great environment where food is "ready to share, passed around by a group of coworkers or friends marveling at...
While the world will be looking to the athletes in London for the the XXX Olympiad, you don't have to look very far from South Florida to find some of the best athletes in extreme or fringe sports. This week, we profile a few who call our sandy shores home.
Who Needs the London Olympic Games...
The deafening screams coming from the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise were for British-Irish boy band One Direction. The quintet wrapped up their current Up All Night tour in South Florida, but, not to worry girls, they'll be back in 2013.
Read about the tweets during One Direction's final show.
The national premiere of Magic Mike may have debuted this weekend, but locally there was some competition. Friday night, the magic men of Lake Worth's premiere (and only) burlesque troupe, Hurly-Burly, enticed the crowd at Speakeasy Lounge. Photos of mustached/bearded, tattooed men wearing...
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr stopped by his "Galleries on the Art Tour," on display at the Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, to sign memorabilia before taking the stage at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Read the review of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band at Hard Rock...