Yesterday we brought you news of poisonous caterpillars falling from trees. Well, it looks like the weird creatures invasion of Florida is nearly complete with the news that at least 50 giant African land snails were caught invading homes in the Davie area on Wednesday. The problem with these mollu ... More >>
Back in April, we told you about the insanely creepy giant invasive African snails that were invading Florida and were going to kill us all in our sleep. (OK, maybe not the "kill us in our sleep" part, but definitely insanely creepy and invasive). The snails eat all of the plants and, for some odd ... More >>
The next time you want to cook something healthy, plant-based and animal-free, why not download an app to help you get delicious recipes in a hurry? Thanks to Sheri Grooms, and her newly-released app known as veganNOMMs, you can get easy vegan recipes downloaded right to your phone. The app, which ... More >>
This weekend the City of Deerfield Beach held its third-annual Deerfield Beach Wine & Food Festival at the Quiet Waters Park from Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28th. The festival featured a number of events, including a VIP party dubbed Dinner Under The Stars, a Vineyard Party featuring plenty o ... More >>
So, giant rat-sized snails have decided to invade Florida now.And they're roaming about by the thousands. According to the Florida Department of Agriculture, a South Florida homeowner first reported the creepy things, and a recent report says that a total of 117,000 of these suckers have been caug ... More >>
It's time to plan your summer vacation and there's not enough cash in the piggy bank to book that trip to St. Bart's. Who cares about a villa in Barbados when you can hop over to Bahama Breeze and take a trip to the Caribbean with their new line of Legendary Island Cocktails?Eight cocktails fr ... More >>
Last week was a momentous one for Sheriff Al Lamberti. Lamberti's director of law enforcement, Col. Rick Frey, rather abruptly retired. And then in a late-hour Friday news bomb, it was announced that Lamberti had fired Larry Strain, BSO's director of purchasing, and suspended (with pay) John C ... More >>
Photo: Palm Beach County Sheriff's OfficeOn the right, pictured beneath the unforgiving fluorescent light in the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office, that's Ann Marie Fletcher, a dancer at Platinum Showgirls. Or at least she was a dancer as recently as October 30, when the Boynton Beach club was raided b ... More >>
If you're not a subscriber to our weekly Café Bites dining newsletter for Broward and Palm Beach counties, here's a taste of what you missed this week. Click here to subscribe. Photo by Flickr user eastbayjayYou've probably heard about all hot stuff going on along Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beac ... More >>
Food & Wine 2009 is almost upon us. You know what that means. The culinary throngs descend on South Florida, feast on its tropical flesh in a media-driven frenzy, and hopefully dump enough money on our shores to keep us goin til next year. Aaron J. Michaels from Culinary Convenience told me Chef ... More >>
A guide to all the biggest Caribbean fetes
Local cricketers can only dream of playing in the county's new high-end cricket stadium
Six essential Irish acts that would win St. Paddy's approval
Call My Name (Eight76)
With a minimum of ego, radio jock Winston Barnes helps keep the Pan-Caribbean community on course
A $60 million park may bring Broward into the bigs of the world's second most popular sport
The lucrative Dania Beach towing contract is worth all the political clout Vice Mayor McElyea exercised to win it
Between the Dark and the Light, there is the Dead. And Jay Blakesberg.
Positive vibrations detected in Miramar
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
Next thing you know, those meddling kids will be eating ice cream in the streets!
Carnival doesn't just neglect passengers who claim to be victims of sexual assault. It attempts to shut them up.
Conservationist Paul Reillo has waged a one-man campaign to save Dominica's parrots from extinction
September 24 - 30, 1998