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2012 Stories by Tricia Woolfenden

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  • Hair of the Dog

    published August 30, 2012

    Any seasoned drinker can tell you that the only way to quell the beast is to beat it down with more booze, preferably by way of bloody marys (or... More >>

  • On Top of the World

    published August 23, 2012

    There are two ways you can get high at tonight's fourth-annual Dancing in the Sky. The event's home in Carmen's at the Top of the Bridge... More >>

  • Ticket to Drink and Ride

    published August 23, 2012

    The buses are back, but this fleet of bright-yellow vehicles isn't here to shuttle the kiddies back to school after a long summer break. This band... More >>

  • Groove is on the Drive

    published August 23, 2012

    Long before Lady Gaga become the gay-club-anthem queen, the world had a different lovely lady who knew how to get asses shaking: Lady Miss Kier.... More >>

  • Chasing Down Your Lunch

    published August 16, 2012

    Does anyone really need a reason to hunt down a herd of gourmet food trucks, aside from an insatiable craving for hand-dipped gelato pops or... More >>

  • An Obon Voyage

    published August 16, 2012

    Fire can be a force of creation or destruction, and the ever-popular Bon Festival at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens explores both... More >>

  • A Big Hunk o' Elvis

    published August 16, 2012

    In his final days, Elvis Presley, arguably one of the greatest pop-culture figures of all time, was strung out on a potent mix of pharmaceuticals... More >>

  • Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project Beach Cleanup After Party

    published August 9, 2012

    You've heard of the North Atlantic Garbage Patch? It's essentially a miles-wide swath of plastic crap swirling in the Atlantic Ocean gyre,... More >>

  • Help the Ocean, Drink Some Wine

    published August 9, 2012

    You've heard of the North Atlantic Garbage Patch? It's essentially a miles-wide swath of plastic crap swirling in the Atlantic Ocean gyre,... More >>

  • Not That Kind of Swinger

    published August 9, 2012

    In debauched South Florida, you couldn't blame someone for jumping to kinky conclusions at the prospect of a weekly swing club. Yeah, there will... More >>

  • Get Bent

    published August 9, 2012

    Yoga can make your body -- and if you're lucky, your mind -- all nice and bendy. Unfortunately, attending classes at some fancy-ass studio can... More >>

  • Who Needs Tom Cruise?

    published August 2, 2012

    Hollywood films: Strip away the A-list stars, production values, and big budgets -- or any budget, for that matter -- and what do you get? The... More >>

  • Calling All Sweet Transylvanian Transvestites

    published August 2, 2012

    Most survival kits are filled with boring crap like bandages and emergency whistles. Not the case at tonight's interactive screening of The... More >>

  • A Beer Fest, Palm Beach Style

    published July 26, 2012

    Crafters used to describe people who turn a pile of string and pinecones into a cool wall hanging. But with the microbrew movement swiftly taking... More >>

  • Here's Your Rose-Tinted Glass

    published July 19, 2012

    There's a time and a place for a three-dollar bottle of swill wine — a hostess gift at a dinner party for someone you don’t really... More >>

  • Organic Eats and Happy Beats

    published July 19, 2012

    There will be no navel-gazing mope rock as part of the burgeoning summer music series at Yellow Green Farmers Market. "It's an upbeat, happy place... More >>

  • Vive la Revolution

    published July 12, 2012

    Save the jokes about freedom fries and white flags for another time; today is Bastille Day, the annual commemoration of the storming of the... More >>

  • Visine Won't Get This Red Out

    published July 12, 2012

    Cultural watchdogs like to wag their fingers and warn everyone that too much stimulation will somehow dull the senses. The organizers of Red Eye... More >>

  • Get Crazy With Your Fruit

    published July 5, 2012

    That mango tree in the backyard seemed like a rad idea a few years ago, but now that you’re knee-deep in the suckers, the bounty is bearing... More >>

  • Street Art Inside the Gallery Walls

    published July 5, 2012

    There is a long-running debate over whether graffiti is a legit form of art or defacement of public and private property. Whether you’re in... More >>

  • Suga Wack Live

    published June 21, 2012

    If you felt so inclined, you could leave your wallet at home for Suga Wack’s performance at Thursday night’s Boynton Beach Art Walk.... More >>

  • A Slice of the American Dream

    published June 21, 2012

    Remember the days when every windowsill in America was host to a homemade pie cooling in the breeze? Yeah, neither does anyone else. But the... More >>

  • Summer School by Way of a Sommelier

    published June 14, 2012

    Adult education can often mean important but dry-as-toast endeavors like learning how to formulate Excel spreadsheets or conjugate verbs. The... More >>

  • Sharing Is Caring

    published May 31, 2012

    Leave the bacon-wrapped hot dogs and bad attitude at home tonight, lest you harsh the mellow that’s sure to be flowing at the Vegetarian... More >>

  • The Softer Side of Chefs

    published May 17, 2012

    Some chefs and restaurant industry folk are known for their hard-ass, take-no-prisoners persona, but the culinary community can also be quite... More >>

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