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  • At B.E. Easy festival, good vibes combat bad habits

    At B.E. Easy festival, good vibes combat bad habits
    When Ivan Neville and his band Dumpstaphunk headline the B.E. Easy Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, they will come bearing some funky syncopation, socially conscious messages and a stage ritual that may be apt for the occasion. "We bring a song...
  • Weekend preview: Zombies, squeezeboxes and Snickers pudding cups... Yikes!

    Weekend preview: Zombies, squeezeboxes and Snickers pudding cups... Yikes!
    Brandon Kittendorf got his first experience in the haunting business at a corporate Halloween party in an abandoned Fort Lauderdale funeral home. He knows spooky. And the west Miramar native says the new location of his Festival of Souls haunted...
  • Live music this week: After Tortuga

    Live music this week: After Tortuga
    The beaches will be swarmed with dancing and drinking merrymakers today, because the Tortuga Music Festival ends in Fort Lauderdale and Adam Lambert performs at the Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade. Lambert's performance is free for parade-watchers who stay...
  • Doug Stanhope at the Culture Room

    Doug Stanhope at the Culture Room
    Doug Stanhope: If you're looking for a clean-shaven Jerry Seinfeld type, Stanhope ain't it. Along with a 5 o'clock shadow, a tumbler of bourbon neat and a bald girlfriend named Bingo, the comedian and onetime Libertarian presidential candidate will...
  • Best Bet: Johnny Marr

    Best Bet: Johnny Marr
    Along with music from his long-awaited and well-received solo album, "The Messenger," the guitarist and songwriter who kept Morrissey's brooding gloom from collapsing under its own weighty self-indulgence has been offering several Smiths classics on his...
  • Weekend Preview: Sun, surf, sand, soccer, sangria and Saigon Kick

    Weekend Preview: Sun, surf, sand, soccer, sangria and Saigon Kick
    The future site of the Flagler Garden,  destined to be a hub for all manner of earnest conviviality and creativity in downtown Fort Lauderdale, will have its first event on Sunday with Grow Downtown. The afternoon of live music from the Bonfires...
  • Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in

    Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in
    Here's what's on our mind this weekend: Low-budget movies, cheap drinks, free music, Ben Taylor, Mike Piazza and two leading curators of the cultural drift: Augusten Burroughs and KRS-One.  SWEDE ME, BABY Organizers of the second annual South Florida...
  • Oh, joy: Welsh rockers the Joy Formidable at Culture Room

    Oh, joy: Welsh rockers the Joy Formidable at Culture Room
    The alt-rock band the Joy Formidable is as literate and witty as one would expect of a band from the town of Mold in North Wales, with a discography that includes a Christmas single titled “My Beerdrunk Soul Is Sadder Than a Hundred Dead Christmas...
  • To do Friday: Kelly Richey, 'Spring Nights at the Arsht' and reggae quartet the Supervillains

    To do Friday: Kelly Richey, 'Spring Nights at the Arsht' and reggae quartet the Supervillains
    Music Kelly Richey: When the Cincinnati blues-rock guitarist comes to the Bamboo Room on Friday, she will bring a riff-laden set of new material from her latest album, "Sweet Spirit," released in March. The 10-track release is a tight, muscular album...
  • Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Martin are two wild and crazy musicians

    Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Martin are two wild and crazy musicians
    Yngwie Malmsteen's "Molto Arpeggiosa (Arpeggios From Hell)," from the 2000 album "War To End All Wars," resembles a tune from a sinister 1990s video game. The Swedish-born, Miami-based guitarist strikes frets like piano keys while strumming and picking...
  • The Hush Sound learns to embrace all the bull

    The Hush Sound learns to embrace all the bull
    When Chicago natives the Hush Sound recently ended a five-year hiatus with a new EP, it called the release “45,” a number worn by a Windy City act that made a slightly more famous comeback, Michael Jordan. Yes, the band’s cheeky wit...