Who remembers Surge soda? If you were a child of the 90's, you probably had a can of the neon green citrus soda in your hands while you were jamming out to Backstreet Boys. The beverage was discontinued by Coca-Cola a dozen years ago, but (much like the Backstreet Boys), it continued to have a cult ... More >>
Ernest Valdes stands on top of the ring's ropes and uses his championship belt as a mirror. He primps into the gold plastic's reflection, making sure his hair -- oil-spill slick with leave-in conditioner -- is perfectly in place. Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" blasts through the speakers of the Port ... More >>
. Call Them Boca Rats A few stories this morning demand to be given space here. The first comes from the Broward Times. Yes, Elgin Jones has struck again, this time with a major scoop about Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Carlton Moore's involvement in a behind-the-scenes land land grab in the S ... More >>
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