Rebecca Bulnes

 

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  • 6 years ago | Things To Do

    A month ago, two of the most prolific musical brothers in the state, Audio Junkie's Greg and Eddy Alvarez, wrapped up a wild, packed weekend of musical Independence Day fun at Gramps in Miami. Drinks were poured; songs were shared. It got us think...

  • 6 years ago | Lists

    With all the fuss that's circulated over Churchill's Pub switching of hands, coupled with the closing of the Broward County staple the Talent Farm, we at County Grind got to thinking about location. More specifically, venues. After watching what s...

  • 7 years ago | Music News

    Whoa! Check it out! The internet did something funny again! Oh, internet. You're too much. The latest soon-to-be-viral phenomenon addresses a serious issue that many aren't sensitive to in our day and age -- that it's hard out here for a white per...

  • 7 years ago | Concerts

    If you grew up in South Florida, you have, without a doubt, made countless trips to Orlando. Long weekends meant trips to Universal, your favorite band's U.S. tour meant taking that four-hour trip to the world of the other Holy Land, Mickey Mouse,...

  • 7 years ago | Film and TV

    Fort Lauderdale's hot spot, Laser Wolf, is surely no stranger to the film world. Having already been the host of a wild and raunchy music video for Death Jam's aptly titled "Death Wolf." The Broward bar has seen its fair share of the nasty and nau...

  • 7 years ago | Interviews

    Mindi Abair is probably the coolest, sexiest, most down-to-Earth and talented saxophone player in recent history. She's graced arenas across the world with some of rock 'n' roll's biggest players (cough, cough -- the Boss), and she's done it all w...

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