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INTERVIEW: Catching Up With Comics Artist James Michael Whynot

When I first came across the comic book Gravetrancers from Black Mask Studios I was taken with the book. The artwork really grabbed me and I immediately went about tracking down who had drawn these images. As it turned out, the man behind the pen was not only a fellow Floridian but we also shared […]

Event Preview: MIA Beer Co’s 2nd anniversary party

A couple of years ago I wrote an event preview about a newly opening brewery in Doral, MIA Beer Co. I’m happy to say that two years later that brewery is still going strong. To celebrate, the brewery is hosting a huge party for its second anniversary this upcoming Saturday. If you like beer there’s […]

Album Review: Broken Talent – Rules No One

From the golden age of South Florida punk rock, Broken Talent was a supremely “punk” punk band. Formed out of necessity by Malcolm “Tent” Hutch and Richard “Santo” Mallia during their high school years and pursued well into college age, Broken Talent left behind a trail of drummers, a handful of guitarists, the “Blood Slut” […]

E. Grizzly’s “Think!” – A digital gallery

E. Grizzly is one of my favorite underground rappers. Period. Hailing from Miami and currently residing in Philadelphia, Grizzly is a traveling MC who makes his home between the aforementioned cities and NYC – creating his version of the Bermuda Triangle, the E. Grizzly Cave. South Floridians will know him from cyphers, local hip-hop shows […]

Interview: Lucera’s vocalist Unholywar

  Formed in Cali, Colombia in 1992 by guitarist Buziraco, Lucera has been a force to be reckoned with in South American extreme black metal. Relocated to Miami since, they’ve been gaining notoriety and enjoying a resurgence of creativity that has culminated in a few releases of note. Co-headliners of this weekend’s Black Kvlt Fest […]

8 Best Things About Tate’s Comics

  8. I have NEVER been to Tate’s and not found what I was looking for. Seriously if it exists they’ve got it.   7. Employees at comic book stores are not always the easiest or nicest of folks to deal with. Lucky for you the staff at Tate’s are courteous and surprisingly patient no matter […]

College Football Bowl Preview Part 3

As we get closer to the New Year we are nearing the end of the college football bowl season. To see my previous predictions of this series click here for the first and here for second.   (19) Auburn (8-4) vs (18) Wisconsin (10-3) Outback Bowl, Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium, Thu., Jan. 1, 12:00 p.m. […]

Event Review – Reverend Horton Heat Tears Up West Palm Beach

I’ve been a fan of Reverend Horton Heat since I picked up a copy of CMJ magazine in 1996. Back then CMJ enclosed a CD sampler of music and RHH was the second track on there. Upon the release of their Martini Time album I went straight to my local record shop and bought that sucker. Martini […]