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Published on February 1st, 2020

Jacksonville is Florida’s last East Coast hurrah before traversing into the not-always clearly outlined dry pockets of Georgia’s south. It’s the last major stop to »

Published on February 1st, 2020

Miami is the epitome of money-for-art payola. It’s true, don’t stress; I said it and I’m not sorry; die mad. Here’s the thing: for all »

Published on January 24th, 2020

Creation and destruction, the elements for all things human, are perfectly encapsulated in Shiva, the head of Hindu gods. Shiva is also the god of: »

Published on January 23rd, 2020

A place to bury strangers would be a scuzzy, nondescript kind of barren area that’s easily accessible by car and with a reliable tide that »

Published on January 21st, 2020

In “Used To Be Lonely,” by Chicago indie rockers Whitney, the chorus is the song title with the last word repeated as a nostalgic echo. »

Published on January 20th, 2020

South Florida music fans, let your folk flag fly: The Where I’m Bound Folk Festival visits West Palm Beach on February 1 for a full »

Published on January 17th, 2020

The Black Lips, like many bands, started out as one thing, but over time have morphed into something completely different. Long gone are the days »

Published on December 27th, 2019

Hip-hop, at its core, is a boisterous release of etheric enlightenment. The genre was born from forefathers who, in an instant, altered the entire landscape »

Published on December 27th, 2019

As Joy Division they helped to define what post-punk would be in a world still coping with the first wave of punk, and in the »

Published on December 27th, 2019

When something goes well, like say, a movie, the parties responsible tend to want a follow-up. A sequel if you will. That can take some »

Published on December 26th, 2019

South Florida is internationally known for its sunlit splendor. But nights on the ocean here have their own dark charms. For close to three decades, »

Published on December 24th, 2019

Home to the fictional Dunder Mifflin paper company’s loony denizens and immortalized in Harry Chapin’s 1974 “30,000 Pounds of Bananas” song about the 1965 trucking »