Here's something you probably weren't aware of: There's a 13,000 years old dude buried in Vero Beach. Archaeologists have been trying for years to excavate the fossilized pieces of a dead person known as "Vero Man," who was discovered 100 years ago buried among mastodons and saber-tooth cats. On ... More >>
A 7-year-old boy has already done more in his young life than you ever will after he got his Indiana Jones on and discovered what appears to be an ancient canoe. Koen Ergle was scuba diving in Owen Lake near Ocala when he spotted a piece of wood dug into about eight feet of water. Turns out, the p ... More >>
Davenport shows off an ancient smoke-houseA bunch of Palm Beach County employees may be slated to become antiquated relics: Palm Beach County commissioners voted to eliminate the jobs of 141 county workers Monday, hoping what they save on salaries will help offset $133 million in lost property-tax r ... More >>
Let dead kings lie
The King Tut show is shamelessly overpriced, but Holy Osiris! the art is terrific!
Get Silly with Uncle Willy
"One life leads to another," says hypnotist Irv Mordes and so on and so on
How to write for the gullible, er, the New Age market
In which New Times sets out to find the roots of a rootless burg
When bad things happen, SoFla newspapers react. Sometimes they overreact.
Forget the Marc Rich pardon. Bob Crawford is the one who really got away with something.
Letters for February 15,2001
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The battle for the soul of the Graves Museum isn't over yet, and Gypsy Graves herself is back in the trenches
The Amazing Randi claimed the Miami Circle site was actually a septic tank, not an archaeological find. He's having second thoughts.