Country chart-toppers Luke Bryan and Eric Church, Grammy winner Sheryl Crow and reggae favorite Ziggy Marley lead a diverse lineup of performers announced Monday for the second annual Tortuga Music Festival on Fort Lauderdale beach April 12-13.
If John Watts looks out over the audience during his upcoming production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” and sees many eyes are closed, he won’t take offense. In fact, he’ll be quite pleased.
Toward the end of a warm and adventurous set by Lyle Lovett’s acoustic band on Huizenga Plaza Sunday night, as his longtime cellist John Hagen offered poignant encouragement to the strings during a solo, a dog barked.
On the eve of a Sunday performance at Lauderdale Live, Emily Saliers, the half of the Indigo Girls that’s not Amy Ray, talks politics, religion, motherhood and, yes, new music on its way.
As ludicrous as it sounds, Chuck Melcher denies that this weekend’s tour by models from the new Hooters Calendar is timed to take advantage of the various synergies spinning off Art Basel Miami Beach, where art is becoming ever more obscured by celebrity and product placement.
Lyle Lovett is as mystified about what to expect from this weekend’s Lauderdale Live music festival as its promoter is sure about it. But both agree it’s an extraordinary step for a city trying to develop a reputation as a live-music destination.
Dave Chappelle, no fool, has now added a fourth show to his tour stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach this week. Tickets for the new show, set for midnight Saturday night, are on sale now.
Lady Gaga will make up for canceling two South Florida concerts last March by starting her artRave: The ARTPOP Ball tour at the BB&T Center in Sunrise on May 4.
The Palm Beach Opera and the Fort Lauderdale-based Puppet Network were among the big winners Monday night when the Knight Foundation named recipients of the 2013 Miami Knight Arts Challenge grants.
Part faithful celebration of the holiday spirit, part oddball fashion show and part cocktail party in the street, Christmas on Las Olas has for five decades been a uniquely South Florida way to go walking in a winter wonderland chilled by temperatures that barely dip below 70.
The themes of Black Friday and the Snow Owl Market, its symbol the cotton-white visage of the referenced bird, could not be more stark.
Bettie Page was the most popular bondage model in the world when she got an unusual request that foreshadowed the end of her career.
When Niall Horan says One Direction’s North American tour is “going to be huge!” he means it literally, as in Sun Life Stadium huge. That’s where OD plans to perform Oct. 5 with tickets for the Where We Are 2014 stadium tour on sale Dec. 7.
The music lineup for 99.9 Kiss Country’s 2014 Chili Cookoff was announced Monday morning, and includes headliners Rascal Flatts, West Palm Beach’s own Cassadee Pope, Joe Nichols, Brantley Gilbert and Thomas Rhett.
Since releasing her debut album in 1971, guitarist Bonnie Raitt has played on the back roads of popular music at an historic, but lightly traveled intersection of Deep South blues and rock ‘n’ roll that allowed her plenty of space to be herself, but could get pretty lonesome.
Because you’ll need a special brand of inspiration on New Year’s Day, know that deadmau5 will be bringing his Grammy-nominated pulsations to Mansion on Jan. 1.
The 30th annual Miami Book Fair International — which brought cultural cachet to South Florida long before the Art Baselers came to town in their skinny jeans and funny glasses (funny jeans and skinny glasses?) — opens its arms in that way that it does this weekend with the annual Street...
We’re right at the beginning of the story of a rebellious young woman from a small town in Kansas who finds herself transported to a strange new realm filled with surreal landscapes, brilliant colors, exotic sounds and characters at once familiar and otherworldly.
As one of the world’s foremost collectors of contemporary art, Martin Z. Margulies knows what he likes. That includes the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale.
Author and poet Sherman Alexie is a serious observer of basketball, especially, from his home in Washington State, the exploits of the Miami Heat’s Ray Allen, former star of the Seattle Supersonics. When local fans famously deserted the team before Allen hit his legendary Game 6 three-...
Author and urban planner Jeff Speck should be happy to see cranes once again poking their heads above downtown skylines from West Palm Beach to Miami Beach, but more residential housing in urban areas is only the beginning of the pedestrian-culture revolution he’s after. For us to...
Single-day tickets are now on sale for the two-day Lauderdale Live concerts next month in downtown Fort Lauderdale, with headliners including Lyle Lovett, the Indigo Girls, Huey Lewis & the News and Robert Randolph & The Family Band.
OK, all you Day of the Dead Heads... Are you ready to pull a few strings to put $20,000 more puppets in downtown Fort Lauderdale's annual Día de los Muertos parade?
There is a certain amount of whimsy attached to Stache, the speakeasy-style nightspot having its grand opening Saturday night in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Himmarshee District, but its intentions are quite serious.
Maybe it’s not Clydesdales jingling down a snowy country lane, but paddleboarder friends say there’s nothing quite like a traditional New River cruise past the holiday twinkle of Light Up Lauderdale to get you in the mood.