You're unlikely to spot the simply named Mexican Supermarket while speeding down Atlantic Boulevard. It's on the backside of yet another Broward County strip mall, requiring you to turn your head at least 90 degrees to catch a glimpse. If you do see it you'll know where to go next time you need dr ... More >>
This Sunday, Revolution Live and Ploppy Palace Productions are hosting the 14th Annual Medical Marijuana Benefit. The multimedia extravaganza lasts all day and features loads of 420-friendly jams (from the likes of Grammy winner Cyril Nevile, Johnny Drea, the Spam Allstars, the Funky Nuggets, and ... More >>
Clean Plate Charlie is pitting our eight best dining areas against one another in a March Madness-style bracket. Later this month, we'll crown a winner -- an undisputed champion city that can boast to have the best food scene in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Below, read up on number-three-seed ... More >>
With a career that boasted a slow ascent and then followed with a perilously rapid descent, Phil Collins became an example of an artist who displayed both the best and worst of what fame and fortune could bring. Born January 30, 1951, he rose to the helm of Genesis, one of Britain's best ... More >>
Read a penetrating chapter from former Phoenix New Times investigative reporter Terry Greene Sterling's book: ILLEGAL: Life and Death in Arizona's Immigration War Zone
The bar at Ilios in the Fort Lauderdale Beach Hilton.• The Fort Lauderdale Beach Hilton's seafood-inspired joint, Ilios, is changing up its menu this spring, eschewing the tapas selections in favor of traditional portions. Dishes like seared Gulf Coast swordfish with Swank Farms heirloom tomato ... More >>
Pangaea's resident structuralist.
Like the architecture degree he keeps sequestered, and the dizzying heights implied by his name, DJ Vertigo structures some truly classic nights on the town. Sure, the head spinner's using sound, rather than steel and concrete, to create what he envisions. But that doesn't make the edifices any ... More >>
How Papa 'Pipe Raises Kids
Old-fashioned passion in the gay mecca
You thought there was a problem with Broward credit cards? Get this.
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
Members of Mensa, fighting a stereotype of intellectual elitism, are trying to recast themselves as a hip bunch of eggheads ready to party down
For only $39,800 anyone can be there and here for next year's snazziest millennium bashes