Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret, there's still plenty of events to keep you busy through your working days. Whether you're looking to be nice to y ... More >>
Listen up people: this is the last weekend of September. The heat and daily torrential downpours of summer are almost gone, which means the season is almost here. That being said, you'll probably have no problem finding something to do; however, if you're looking to narrow down your copious consum ... More >>
As the world gets fatter and obesity becomes a major health hazard, soda manufacturers take a large portion of blame. And, even when companies like Coca-Cola launch diet products, the fight doesn't end there, with people rallying against the artificial sweeteners that can supposedly cause as much da ... More >>
House speaker, anti-weed guy, half-man/half-orange Republican John Boehner is about to become the father-in-law of a Rastafarian. Awwwww yeah, mon. Boehner's eldest daughter, Lindsey, 35, is set to marry 38-year-old Jamaican-born Rastafarian Dominic Lakhan at a ceremony scheduled for May 10 in Del ... More >>
This week, New Times reported on the electronic cigarette business, which is currently booming but faces a crossroads this April, when the Food and Drug Administration is set to release proposals on how it will regulate the industry. A Wells Fargo analyst who studies the tobacco industry told us tha ... More >>
Remember when Donald Trump went on The YouTube and demanded Barack Huseeeeeein Obama release his college records to prove that a black man can not only be president of the United States but also a college graduate? In return, Trump promised to give money to a charity of Obama's choice -- The Chari ... More >>
Donald Trump will be making a "very, very big" announcement today that might change the course of the presidential election but probably won't because Donald Trump is an attention-whoring dipshit. But that isn't keeping us from talking about it because everyone loves to stare at a train wreck. Part ... More >>
Hoppy beers, spicy balls, and drink-slinging firefighters; all in all, not a bad week for dining and drinking in South Florida. After the jump, find a roundup of food and drink events -- including a lot of beer-oriented happenings -- in Broward and Palm Beach counties this week.
The Health Regulation Committee on Wednesday voted seven to zip in favor of SB 1116, a proposal to give parents of sixth-graders information on the human papillomavirus vaccine, which helps protect females from cervical cancer. As discussed yesterday, the original version of the bi ... More >>
Flickr user: totalAldoHuizenga is building a megayacht center in Riviera Beach.Rick Scott's decision to appoint a pro-business corporate executive to the South Florida Water Management District's governing board is not exactly stunning. This is the governor, after all, who declared Florida "open ... More >>
Would you use this cash?Poor Joe Rodriguez. The owner of the Cheetah Gentlemen's Clubs in Pompano Beach and West Palm Beach tries to do the right thing, and he's totally misunderstood. In 2007, he launched Rodriguez Charities Inc., a nonprofit that aims to served the "needy and underprivileged," ... More >>
Who you calling a cupcake, cupcake?Tomorrow night's Think Pink Rocks concert at the Count de Hoernle Amphitheater in Mizner Park should be full of cupcakes screaming groupie-style at hip-hop artists AKON and Shontelle. But one cupcake in particular will tower over all the rest: the 1500-pound pin ... More >>
Two local benefits help raise funds for cancer victims
Hustle and Fame
Wear a thong!
Tracy Young is a DJ with a heart of gold
Humanity has never been so hilaaarious
Forget Joel Daves. Lois Frankel rules.
Boca Festival Days offers a wide range of happenings throughout August, including more than 37 community events.
The Cattle Barons' Ball
Cancer vaccines are the hottest thing in oncology. Dr. Howard Abel is bringing the experimental treatment to South Florida.