When last we heard from Colombian rocker Juanes, the Key Biscayne resident’s charismatic energy was on high beam for “Juanes: MTV Unplugged,” the 2012 live set recorded at the New World Center on Miami Beach that went on to win a Grammy for best Latin pop album.
The attraction of the second annual Sprung! Spring Beer Festival on Saturday in Coconut Grove is not only the beer, but the hunt for something you can’t get anywhere else, and may never drink again.
Among the must-haves for your local St. Patrick’s Day parade is the gleaming iconography of the firefighter, the polished axes, the mustachioed swagger, the spotted dog. But sometimes lost is the idea that the men and women waving from the truck would, without hesitation, stand between you and...
What happens to your life when you win an Oscar? If you are Jared Leto, London's Daily Mail newspaper does a story on you being seen the next day buying potato chips at an Los Angeles Subway (Baked Lays Barbecue). But you also go on tour with Linkin Park.
We’re all desperate to find the next MJ. LeBron James gets it, and so does Justin Timberlake. One night before he performs in the room where James pursues the legend of Michael Jordan, Timberlake was not shy about invoking the memory of pop deity Michael Jackson.
Between the smiling blue face of PBS TV star Thomas the Tank Engine, a herd of bright yellow rubber ducks on the New River and the crayons-in-a-woodchipper fashion of Sebastian Masuda at Young at Art Museum, this weekend is looking very bright, indeed. Here are 10 places to entertain the kids in the...
Mardi Gras is a holiday with an anything-goes attitude, but it does demand fidelity to certain traditions. That’s why Dan “Staz” Stasi loads up his truck with live New Orleans crawfish at Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale International Airport every morning, to make sure...
Pop heartthrob Robin Thicke, dance-club pixie Ellie Goulding, electronica whiz Pretty Lights and blue-collar banshee Kid Rock top the bill for SunFest 2014 in downtown West Palm Beach April 30-May 4.
For the fifth year in a row, Fort Lauderdale’s Dillard Center for the Arts jazz ensemble is a finalist in the prestigious Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition in New York, which will culminate in May with a concert and awards ceremony featuring the three top-placing bands...
SunFest plans to reveal the lineup coming to downtown West Palm Beach April 30-May 4 on the festival’s Facebook page Thursday morning. But we do have one name to name now.
Their new show (and album) is called “Fiscal Shades of Gray,” and it’s hard to imagine a more effective way for the satirical Capitol Steps to lampoon the profligacy of Washington politicos than by scheduling two weeks of performances in South Florida – but interrupting...
The name of the tour is “Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience,” but it’s not the live experience we’re looking for — it’s the dead.
Much of what you’ll find during this weekend’s eighth annual, three-day Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance car show will be familiar, if seeing your face reflected in the gleaming fender of a 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster can be called familiar.
To listen to the Austin-based Black Angels’ latest album, “Indigo Meadow,” is to be enveloped in a velvety fog the color of deep space and crackling with fuzzy static, transmissions from another place and time, the signal bending and twisting in thick layers of psychedelic reverb...
For Stout Sports Bar and Grille owner Simon Kearney, there’s no time like now to raise money for the fight against breast cancer — or to raise a blazing pink, 28-foot LED cherry blossom tree outside his Oakland Park pub.
The Zac Brown Band, which just lent its celebrity to Saturday night’s fundraiser for the Everglades Foundation at the Breakers, will return to a more familiar South Florida stage with a May 31 tour stop at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach.
Morrissey, the famously confessional songwriter, influential pop stylist and score-settling memoirist, will bring his U.S. tour to Miami’s Arsht Center on May 31.
Your favorite jokes would be very different — you certainly wouldn’t tell them the same way — if it were not for a generation of Jewish comedians who helped define America’s sense of humor in the Catskill Mountains from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Love is its own particular brand of lunacy, made all the more exciting with the occasion of a Valentine’s Day full moon on Friday night.
This week Oprah Winfrey announced that her OWN network’s first scripted TV movie will be a treatment of the memoir “My Name Is Love: The Darlene Love Story." This is a cherry on the top of a lot of recent good fortune for Love, who will perform a Valentine’s Day concert at Fort...
Tickets will go on sale Valentine’s Day for two performances by the enchanting burlesque doyenne Dita Von Teese at Revolution Live in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Race, Bogie and the Duke are themes of upcoming gatherings for Cinema Talk at the Crest series, presented by WLRN radio’s Caroline Breder-Watts and the Palm Beach International Film Festival at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on Monday announced an April 29 tour stop at the BB&T Center in Sunrise among 15 new U.S. dates in support of the album “High Hopes.”
Daniel Newcomb loves old motorcycles (especially his main ride, a 1976 Honda CJ360), can quote you lines from Marlon Brando’s “The Wild One” and knows the Johnny Cash discography top to bottom. But when his band of bikers rolls onto Clematis Street on Saturday, be forewarned:...
The sharp host of the regrettably gone FX series “Totally Biased,” W. Kamau Bell, will be joined by headliners Chelsea Handler, Chris Hardwick, Nick Swardson, Mike Epps and Joe Rogan when the South Beach Comedy Festival returns April 1-6 to Miami Beach.