Late last week, the gang over at Gawker channeled a vitriol that's distinct to New York: subway hate. Well, here in South Florida, we may not have any subways, but we sure as hell have a lot of hate. And most of it is home to I-95 -- where everything good and holy in the universe comes to die.
A photo from Louis's childhoodLouis did not have an average childhood. An orphan, he was taken in by kindly nuns, but now he's 30 years old and the nuns finally convinced him to move out. He was raised to be a kind and forgiving gentleman, but his experience in the orphanage had one blind spot -- ... More >>
If you like freaks and geeks, then you're going to want to head out to Seminole Casino of Hollywood on Saturday for your fill of carnival delights when food trucks meet the HellzaPoppin Revue featuring the Lizard Man, a living breathing man/iguana. Other acts include fire-eaters, a wolf boy, and ... More >>
South Florida papers refer to John Patrick Fravel (pictured) as a "Coral Springs man," while to upstate New York papers, he's a "Salina man." In fact, the real Fravel appears to be a modern version of the carpetbagger: According to police, he finds a mark, fleeces him, then leaves town one step ahea ... More >>
How a mother of two ended up in a plot to smuggle high-tech gear to the enemy
The sport's militaristic roots are fading. This is Wellington, old chap.
The South Florida Dubs go scrapingly low
You Vill Conform!
The Dania Beach official knows how to get even.
Children of Possibility (Ninja Tune) (Ubiquity)
DJs Z-Trip and P deliver one of the first album-length mash-ups