Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking film “Boyhood” opens in some theaters this weekend (more widely across South Florida on Aug. 1), and there are many reasons to put it atop your to-do list.
One of the underlying themes of the free Science on Tap pub talks put on by the South Florida Science Center is that your brain is the most powerful tool in your body when it comes to catching the attention of the opposite sex. On Thursday, they get right down to it when Palm Beach County sexologist...
Sure, that guy you’re marrying has always been Mr. Adventure. That mountain-climbing, free-diving, Ironman-running, Red Bull-chugging, MMA-watching, Hemingway-reading (oops, just kidding) guy’s guy, always strutting around with those neatly shaved calves. He’s sure got a set of b&...
JP Soars believes in the dignity of hard work, authenticity and making something the right way, be it a song, his trademark cigar-box guitars or an audience.
South Florida is littered with Al Capone history – the Miami mansion where he took his last breath, his reputed riverside hideout in Fort Lauderdale, his casino dreams in Deerfield Beach – and every restaurant and watering hole as old as your grandparents...
Beer is fun: drinking it with your buddies, making it with your buddies, laughing over a pint of it when your buddies decorate a bar tap at their brewery with a picture of the most embarrassing moment of your life, a very public fail that became a recurring ESPN and Internet GIF sensation, and...
Ross B. says the singles gathered for the 16th annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Dream Date Auction in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday night will get a glimpse into the future when he hosts the event with Mrs. B., also known as sassy Y100 radio personality Ninalicia.
Even naked, maybe especially naked, Juwan Justice is the total package, ladies.
The semi-reconstituted Interpol has announced its first North American tour in three years in support of the new album ”El Pintor,” including a Nov. 8 show at the Fillmore Miami Beach.
When did comedy teams like Burns and Allen, Martin and Lewis, Abbott and Costello, and Cheech and Chong go out of style as a mode of entertainment and why? Is the straight man such an endangered species?
The word from RCA Records came over the digital transom at 12:41 p.m. Feb. 25: The first song from Ray LaMontagne’s eagerly awaited album “Supernova” was being released. The lead paragraph of the email included a tantalizing SoundCloud link to the song, the album’s title...
Saturday’s Ju-Luau and Lake Worth Crab Crawl is the kind of earnest event that reels you in by proclaiming that you’ll be getting lei’d all day and … you don’t even roll your eyes. Because everybody’s heart is in the right place.
Because you can never have too much good outdoor music during what passes for fall in South Florida, Live Nation has created the Coral Skies Music Festival, a kaleidoscope of youthful acts gathering Oct. 26 at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach.
Texas songwriting pioneers Lyle Lovett and Emmy Lou Harris, whose Grammy Awards could fill a small pickup, have been added to the 2014-2015 Live at Knight series at Miami’s Arsht Center.
Rock heavyweights Judas Priest, who release the album “Redeemer of Souls” on Tuesday, will bring their world tour to South Florida on Oct. 30 with a performance at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood.
Nikki Beach Club is poised, literally and metaphorically, on the leading edge of South Beach at 1 Ocean Drive, a sandy cloister of sexy stylishness that seems to have invented the set pieces of seaside glamour: billowing curtains, Beautyrest cocktails and bikinied élan. It is a supermodel...
The second annual III Points festival, a three-day meeting of cutting-edge thinkers in music, art and technology, will return Oct. 10-12 with a lineup of more than 70 acts setting up in nearly 40 venues across Wynwood.
This is the time of year that Brooklyn-based musician Jacob Jeffries returns to his roots to teach South Florida students the art of collaboration. This time, he arrives with new music and an even sharper appreciation for the value of teamwork.
Live Nation Florida on Tuesday put a $20 tag on nine of its top summer concerts at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, including Brad Paisley, Lionel Richie/CeeLo Green, Kings of Leon and Nine Inch Nails/Soundgarden.
The Fort Lauderdale Bar Crawl will bring some organization to a familiar activity on Saturday, but will include a spot with something new to offer Himmarshee District convivialists.
Artist and educator Anthony Lauro brings a big-picture perspective to the FAT Village Center for the Arts, which he opened in Fort Lauderdale three weeks ago.
Chef Michael Ober played it safe three weeks ago when he was planning a World Cup theme for Thursday evening’s chic winetasting at the Backyard Bar, the West Palm Beach café he and wife Melanie manage. The wines would be from perennial World Cup powerhouses Spain and Italy.
Jack White, the guitarist who has won nine Grammys and still managed to maintain a cultish appeal, will come to the Fillmore Miami Beach for two shows on Sept. 21-22, performances that support his recently released album “Lazaretto.”
For his performances in Boca Raton Tuesday night, Grammy-winning flautist Nestor Torres will do something out of character: He’ll look backward for inspiration.
Indie-pop harmonizers Foster the People on Monday announced new dates on their fall U.S. tour, including an Oct. 16 stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach.