If you don't know by now, this Thursday is the 80th anniversary since alcohol became legal (again). The ratification of the 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment, thus officially ending America's ban on booze. Al Capone, the violent and ruthless Chicago gangster, became the symbol for all tha ... More >>
Have you ever loved beer so much that you just want to marry it? We know the feeling. Too bad that beer's not a solid or else we'd be eating it for every meal. There's something special about this time of year. What does it have to do with beer? Thursday marks 80 years since Prohibition officiall ... More >>
Yesterday, we started laying out our BroCo bucket list -- 100 things to do in Broward County until you kick the proverbial bucket. Today, we carry on! Here are numbers 61-80: See also: 100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (# 81-100)
If you don't succeed at first, try and try again. This seems to be the saying for Florida's growler dilemma as state representative Frank Artiles (R-Miami) wants to reintroduce a bill that would make 64-ounce growlers legal. Artiles co-sponsored legislation last year that tried to do the same thing ... More >>
Broward County has been the home to many a star and celebrity. But did you also know that many of those stars and celebrities are now dead? It's true! So how about we have ourselves a seance right here on The Pulp and conjure up the spirits of the seven best ghosts that haunt Broward County? /lig ... More >>
It's Halloween time again! And that means it's time to hit up some haunted houses with friends and get the crap scared out of you. But instead of hitting up a so-called "haunted house" where you pay $7 to walk into a place covered in fake spider webs where some guy wearing a latex mask jumps out of ... More >>
It's not exactly like catching John Dillinger, but cops have reportedly nabbed an escaped prisoner with a long history of doing bad stuff.Martin County Sheriffs Office officers caught escaped prisoner Christopher Reyna Thursday afternoon after they stopped the Ford Crown Victoria he was riding in on ... More >>
He was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. He came down to Jupiter every year to watch them train for the new season. And while he was here, he never failed to entertain the crowd with his yarns about Judy Garland, the Wizard of Oz, and even Al Capone - whom he said he was asked to sing for as a young ... More >>
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