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“Constant Pressure, Endlessly Applied” That’s the calling card for the Surfrider Foundation, celebrating their 30th anniversary as a major voice to protect and conserve our oceans and everything in it.  Since 1984 the efforts of over 250,000 supporters, volunteers, add activists have made a real difference, and we thank them.  Surfrider Communications Manager Katie Ferguson …

By Alex Rendon Photos: Kelly Coulson Upscale but not stuffy. That’s the overall vibe that effuses from Honey. Occupying the same 3500-square-foot space once held by dance club Delux on 13 East Atlantic Avenue, Honey offers a completely fresh redo of the environs. Gone are untz untz untz beats, packed dance floors and pulsating strobe lights, …

Bringing the Juke Back to Delray Beach By Alex Rendon Photos: Joaquin Anico “For being one of the busiest streets in South Florida, Atlantic Avenue really lacked places that offered live music,” explained entertainment entrepreneur Ryan O’Riordan, owner of Delray Beach’s newest live music hot-spot, the Vintage Tap. With this great musical void, O’Riordan, former …

Photos: Carl Dawson The Riva Motorsports Yamaha Demo brought out riders of all ages to test out the latest and greatest gear from Yamaha’s nationwide tour. Young kids from 10 years old to adults who’ve been riding their whole life enjoyed the festivities. The demo bikes were free of charge, with a $15 entry fee …

By Cash W. Lambert Photography by ISLANDEYE Photography After months of surfing in Indonesia, South Florida’s pro Nathan Behl is finally home. He brought back with him a barrage of publicity in the surf media, an inspiring perspective on the surf industry, and an ingrained work ethic that will pay for his next surf trip …

Thanks to everyone who came out to the issue release at Smoke BBQ! Some great tunes by Uproot Hootenanny and an awesome turnout. Photos by Carl Dawson

Here are some snaps from Slave to the Wave’s Art On The Slide event at Jump The Shark. The event brought out some great local artists, musicians, and more. Enjoy! Photos: Carl Dawson livingexposure.com slavetothewave.com  

By Alex Rendon In the vein of the Avett Brothers, Fort Pierce’s Gravel Kings concoct rootsy folk music with upbeat pop hooks.  The lone folk act on West Palm Beach label Decades Records, Gravel Kings certainly stand out. Their debut full length effort, Arrows and Maps, dishes out enough attitude and inward reflection to attract …

Through thick and thin, musician Julian Cires proves he’s no coward on Lavola’s latest masterful record.  By Alex Rendon Photo: The RO Project Chances are, if you are an avid local music fan, you’ll be well-acquainted with the musical bombast that is Lavola. This four-piece has been building a name for itself with its intense …

Written by Natalya Jones Photography by Ben Hicks Making its finger lickin’ inception in Boca in 1991, Mississippi Sweets opened its doors to BBQ lovers all over town. What patrons received was delicious food at an affordable price, somewhat of a rarity nowadays in modern Boca. But if you’re craving BBQ and can’t make the …

  Tell us about the Salute to Service Initiative and the Dolphin’s involvement. Emily (Dolphins Cheerleading Director): Supporting the military is part of the fabric of the NFL. This support takes place both at home and abroad, with NFL players and coaches traveling overseas to salute the troops, as well as with team recognition of …

Movember 2014 was another great event at Dubliner and Kapow! More shots will appear in our next issue, stay tuned… Photos: Carl Dawson

Photos by Aaron Lorber Over 230 submissions of the best pipe-making glass artists in the world were submitted to possibly be featured in this event at Habatat Gallery in West Palm Beach. The pieces were juried  by a panel including some of the most well-known glass artists in the country to be submitted into the …

Another gorgeous day greeted 623 runners and walkers at this year’s Delray Beach Turkey Trot as they celebrated their 28th year.  According to Danielle Beardsley from the Parks and Recreation Department this year’s event built on past successes.  “Last year we had a record number of participants and this year we had 100 more.  It …

Words By Natalya Jones Photography by Ben Hicks Take Pinterest inspired recipes, a few words of advice from friends, and some stimulation from Instagram filters. Mix it all together and what do you get? An attempt at a “new” cocktail. However, there exists far and few that can create a cocktail unique that has never …

Words By Alex Rendon Photography by Ben Hicks If you go looking for a bucket of Coronas or lemon drop shots at Boynton Beach’s upstart watering hole Sweetwater Bar and Grill, one look at it’s robust menu will reveal you may have ended up at the wrong place. Don’t despair, there are plenty of sports …

Photos: Leon Legot FAU students gathered at Ski Rixen last weekend for a two part skate and wake competition called Red Bull Switchboard. Riders first competed in a jam format skate competition on a miniature half pipe constructed by InstaRamp, a portable half pipe company from Jacksonville.  Skill ranged from beginner to advanced skaters and …

Words by Alex Rendon Photography by Ben Hicks   Who knew rebellion could taste this good? Since opening up in the summer of 2012, kitschy Boca Raton’s eatery Rebel House has been wowing patrons with its unconventional take on the dining experience.  Owners Michael Saperstein and Evan David call their offbeat, eclectic fancy-comfort- food- meets- …

Eduardo Mendieta Brings Rawness to West Palm Beach Mendieta’s “Sloppy” Graffiti Meshes with West Palm’s Clean Cut Style Words By Natalya Jones   When looking at graphic designer and artist Eduardo Mendieta’s work, you may be struck with awe. As cliché as that could sound for an artist, it resonates true in this particular situation. …

South Florida’s kingdom of folk is being rocked Words by Dana Krangel Photos: Alexis Lawson   There aren’t a lot of things that permeate cultures. Variables that for a brief moment, equalize all groups while bringing together friends and strangers. I know what you are thinking and no, we aren’t talking sandwiches. We are talking …

When many of us think of rock stars, we think of fame, touring, girls, substances…you know the rest. For Tim Reynolds, it’s all about the music. To take away the fame, well he’d probably prefer it that way. If you granted one wish to the soft spoken musician, it would be a few extra lifetimes …

Words by Cash W. Lambert Photos by Nathan Hamler Jupiter’s homegrown skateboarder talks progression, the health of the South Florida skate scene, and why he’ll stay true to his roots, regardless of the future   Zion Wright is only 15, but with a name that means “monument” and “raised high” in ancient Hebrew, the kid …

Big thanks to Delivery Dudes and Ketel One Vodka for sponsoring the event and 2 Georges at The Cove for hosting!  

The “House That Schnellenberger Built” finally gets christened with a proper name, Schnellenberger Field.  The hoots from the Land of Owl were loud and clear early last year when the announcement was made that GEO Group was going to drop 6 large ($6,000,000) for the naming rights, only to have the offer withdrawn on April …

Here are a couple snaps from the Miami Dolphins annual Swimsuit Calendar Unveiling and Fashion Show at LIV nightclub. Visit www.DolphinsCheerleaders.com to order your calendar!    

  Photo: Lauren Dukoff Interviewed by Dustin Wright   Q: What can we expect from your Soulshine concert tour? How did the concept of mixing yoga with one of your live shows come to be? Michael Franti: I started doing yoga on tour and would go to a different studio in each town and I …

by Cash W. Lambert Gazing at his “Pitstops, Indonesia” canvas, you can suddenly feel the offshore winds breezing across the open faces of the peeling waves. You can hear the waves crashing in a perfect line as the sun pushes heavy heat on your shoulders. You can feel the sinking sand under your feet and, …

“I was going back to fight for my life again.” After battling cancer twice, pro Skateboard Mike Rogers now fights for others’ lives. by Cash W. Lambert   As he speaks with Steve Caballero at Ramp 48 in Ft. Lauderdale, Mike Rogers is smiling. After pushing the patch on his right eye down until it …

A Surge of Energy From tagging to a way of life: How art became Sergio Quinonez’s world. Words By Nicole Danna   When playing Sergio Quinonez, our main character stars as Art Director for an advertising firm in Fort Lauderdale. But when the timing is right, he emerges as Surge, an urban pop artist. Born …

Photo: Dana Drolet     Spred The Vibes Local favorites Spred The Dub are poised to take over the world Words By Dana Krangel   Looking for a good time? How about a band that wants to serve one to you on a silver platter spilling over with whiskey and sweet reggae tunes? The fine, …