Football, babes, booze and food. . . are we talking Guy Heaven or what? Best of all, you don't have to die to get to Il Bacio's Ultimate Celebrity Super Bowl Party. All you have to do is show up at the Delray hotspot at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, and fork over $20. (General admission is firs ... More >>
Flickr: DarrinsThe Marriott at Fort Lauderdale's Harbor BeachA prominent hotel industry blog has declared the Indianapolis Colts the Super Bowl champions in their pre-game hotel match-up against the New Orleans Saints. Credit goes to Fort Lauderdale's Harbor Beach Marriott Resort, which in a side ... More >>
Photo by Tim Elfrink The world's sweatiest Canadian TV reporter gets funky with the Saints.To the unitiated, Super Bowl Media Day must sound like some outrageous backstage fantasy. Media and players partying together! Celebrities around every corner! Free buffet lunch! Well not to worry, ign ... More >>
A look at what happened over the weekend in South Florida;Neal Jacobson, the Wellington man who on Saturday admitted to murdering his wife and two sons, was still hospitalized Sunday, either from the complications of swallowing a bunch of pills or from the car crash that occurred after the murder ... More >>
Now that we know it's going to be the New Orleans Saints against the Indianapolis Colts, the official buildup to Super Bowl 44 is on. After yesterday's amazing NFC Championship game, the game on February 7 has a lot to live up to. But where can you go where you can not only watch the Big Game but ... More >>
flickr.comPennington may have been the best Phins QB of the decade, but he only played one year.Without a doubt, this has been the worst decade on record for one of the winning-est franchises in league history. It started with Jimmy Johnson retiring and Dan Marino following suit not long after. T ... More >>
So far, the morning brings no new information on what, exactly, happened yesterday in Miramar -- just that whatever it was was horrible. WPLG has some video with interviews from neighbors. In the meantime, here's what else is happening in South Florida:The U.S. Justice Department has indicted Alb ... More >>
Yeah, all the Florida football teams are done for the year, and when you watch the big game this weekend you'll probably care more about the commercials than either team (unless you're a gambler, like me, and the commercials just delay the inevitable sobbing and cursing and swearing never to be ... More >>
I wish I could say that today's appointment of Kerry Collins as Brett Favre's replacement in the NFL Pro Bowl was the fatal blow to this game's credibility. But that credibility left long ago. So let's just call this a signal that the powers that be don't believe that Chad Pennington isn't even in ... More >>
The Miami Dolphins beat the Jets Sunday to win the division and make it to the playoffs. It's a great achievement for a team that went 1-15 last year and a nice gift for the fans. But a miracle? That's what a headline on the the Sun-Sentinel's front page called it this morning -- a " ... More >>
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