On Friday, May 2 the 19th annual Las Olas Wine and Food Festival kicked off, where hundreds of people enjoyed food and drink samplings from some of South Florida's top restaurants. More than 40 tables of wine, beer, food -- and more -- were available. Clean Plate Charlie was on hand to capture som ... More >>
Congratulations, you made it through yet another working week. You might as well give yourself a pat on the back to celebrate -- or better yet, a drink or three. Whether you're hoping to score deals on drinks, looking to help homeless dogs while getting drunk, or longing to hang out at the zoo whil ... More >>
Block parties are always a blast (as long as your neighbors don't suck). You get to eat tons of food, drink copious amounts of booze, and hang out in the middle of the street: What's not to like? Soon, Fort Lauderdale's most popular food and drink destination is closing down the block with its an ... More >>
A woman says a worker on a Holland America cruise ship raped her, beat her up, and tried to throw her into the ocean on Valentine's Day. The MS Nieuw Amsterdam had departed from Port Everglades and was sailing off the coast of Roatan, Honduras when the attack happened. According to authorities, th ... More >>
In mathematical terms, Thanksgiving equals spending time with family, a trash-talking card game or two, passing out with a belly full of turkey dinner and beer and then waking up to count your new stretch marks. In This Week in Beer News we try to celebrate the You shouldn't just be thankful for b ... More >>
Aww shit, it's that time again. Time to get real with some beer news. Downing a few beers with the brews at a bar is always a chill thing to do, but gorking on a little beer knowledge just might get you in with the ladies. It has been two weeks since the last TWIBN. That's because hangovers are a ... More >>
A new beer bar has opened in the Abacoa shopping center in Jupiter. With a focus on more than just craft beer, here you'll find an enormous selection of high-end European beer -- many from Germany, England, and Belgium. The specialty focus is something missing from the area's local beer bar scene, ... More >>
The Palm Beach Sheriff's Office arrested 17 people Thursday in "an enforcement operation targeting street level prostitution" in the Plantation Mobile Home Park in West Palm Beach, according to a news release.The release also included a dissemination log of the arrests, but the spreadsheet was sp ... More >>
I made a day trip down to the Keys this Saturday to enjoy the weather and trek around the Marathon area (before it turned into the two-day shit storm we've been experiencing). When I was down there, I made a stop at one of my favorite places in Marathon: Keys Fisheries. In addition to selling spi ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanLittle stars, how I wonder what you are...Hmmm. The bag had only two words on it: eigene herstellung. And no ingredients, no expiration date, and no nutritional information. Was it worth trying?It was pretty obvious to the human eye that these were innocent little sugar-topped ... More >>
Today, the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) pointed out that State Rep. Adam Hasner -- the House Republican leader -- is listed as a "coalition partner" for an upcoming coming "free speech summit" that could be seen as an anti-Muslim event. The featured speaker will be Geert Wilde ... More >>
I know it’s been a while since you BYOBed -- like in high school, back when you used to sneak-sip Special Brews on some public beach on Key Biscayne while discussing the ever-important topic of whether to get a belly-ring, a fairy tattooed on your lower back, or just blow all of your hard-earned D ... More >>
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