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  • A long, strange trip

    A long, strange trip
    When he answers the phone on a Tuesday morning, Psychedelic Furs co-founder Tim Butler says he is busy doing an activity that befits a rock great. "I'm just kicking back, doing some gardening in the lovely state of Kentucky. Really rock 'n' roll, right?...
  • Top events on Friday: From Chris Tucker to Dr. Jekyll

    Top events on Friday: From Chris Tucker to Dr. Jekyll
    Comedy Chris Tucker: The comedian's supporting role in "Silver Linings Playbook," in which he portrays the mental-patient friend of Bradley Cooper, marked a warm and charming turn for an actor best recognized as a brash and rowdy sidekick in several...
  • Suicide Girls: Back to burlesque

    Suicide Girls: Back to burlesque
    This has been a banner year for the Suicide Girls, the popular squad of tattooed and pierced women who pose nude on their adults-only website, SuicideGirls.com. This year, they redesigned their website of pinup photos, blogs and camaraderie, and...
  • 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: Pink beer and other bodaciousness

    Weekend preview: Pink beer and other bodaciousness
    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. Kearney, who has two...
  • Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball

    Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball
    Former Miami Heat star Shaquille O’Neal doesn’t miss many slam dunks. Nana Meriwether is a slam dunk, and Shaq missed it. Meriwether, who will travel from her home in New York to take part in the fifth annual Wild Fox Model Beach...
  • Drive-By Truckers: Hell no, they weren't happy

     Drive-By Truckers: Hell no, they weren't happy
    In a Drive-By Truckers song, a bad thing will happen to a good person as often as a good person will do a bad thing. A tornado pulls a man through a window. A fed-up farmer murders a banker and buries him in a sinkhole. A groom elopes with the maid of...
  • Righteous-Babe Folk-Rock Coming to the Culture Room

    Righteous-Babe Folk-Rock Coming to the Culture Room
    The days of Langerado are long-gone and, possibly, not returning. South Florida's campground hippies have had to trek to Wanee to see their jam bands, funky folk acts and renegade female poets. That is, until Ani DiFranco, the righteous babe herself,...
  • Live-tweeting from the Dirty Projectors at the Culture Room

    Live-tweeting from the Dirty Projectors at the Culture Room
    The Dirty Projectors, the experimental indie-rock sextet that recreated Black Flag’s “Damaged” in 2007, will bring its fuzzy guitar riffs and harmonized chants to the Culture Room Tuesday, August 7. The band’s latest 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...