You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.
Neither land nor rescue craft was in sight. An hour after his 21-foot catamaran had plummeted 2,100 feet to the bottom of the sea, bulky Seattle boat broker Sandy Williamson was treading water in six-foot swells 15 miles off Miami. Just a few inches away, Corey Whittaker, a wiry and bearded 29-year ... More >>
Josephine Jones loves chickens. "They're awesome pets," says Jones. "They're friendly. They're not aggressive. I consider them productive pets. They're very sociable - they're just awesome." Jones, along with co-organizer Melissa Melissa Kloepfer and her daughter Lindy Kloepfer, are the forces beh ... More >>
Since the Alice Waters and Chez Panisse came into the scene in Berkeley in the 1960's, there has been a huge movement to localize our food systems. Obviously, some areas caught on a bit quicker than others. Some areas do make it easier. Iowa, for example, is pretty much one big farm. Right? As the ... More >>
The guy who Richard Nixon cheated out of the presidency is gone.George McGovern died Sunday at age 90. His loss in 1972 was the first presidential race I remember,. He was gonna get us out of Vietnam. He was gonna remake America. He wasn't Richard Nixon. I grew up in Minnesota, next ... More >>
If maps with red don't convince you global warming is bad, maybe money will do it. It's trendy to go green these days. Fashionable to recycle, not waste water or litter, and help keep the planet what we like to call "inhabitable." But a new study from the University of Calif ... More >>
In the Nineties, Erick Lyle, then known as Iggy Scam, lived an enviable, punk-ethics-fueled life around South Florida that is near impossible to imagine today. He booked shows at a warehouse venue, the Junkyard, at the bottom of South Beach, and at one point squatted an entire floor of the crumbli ... More >>
A desperate letter from a die-hard fan
11 Maple's not perfect, but it's thoroughly ours
Max's Grille leaves no spud unpummeled
29 (Lost Highway)
Berkeley in 1968 seems more nostalgia than grit
How do you measure a film festival? Frame by frame.
Cliquety Kliqk (Quannum)
He loved filming bears in the wild. The bears had other plans.
Larry Livermore looks out for punk rock's legacy.
Zombies rise again, this time from Down Under
Film festival finds common ground
What About Next Time?
Free Energy (Alive/Total Energy)
Yesterday Rules (Lookout!)
Under Ang Lee, the big green guy gets a healthy dose of existentialism amid the action
Hutchinson K's them all, lets God sort them out
Electric Circus (MCA)
War, peace, subversion, and silliness on South Florida stages
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
Jim Crow flies over this central Broward town
Some Pompano Beachers want to put a stop to Mayor Griffin's reign of greed
A CB radio opens a channel for evil in John Dahl's Joy Ride
When C.D. Payne stopped writing ad copy, he created a revolutionary teenage hero
What's it like to ring in the new millennium with 80,000 drug-addled Phish fans? Expensive. Noisy. Crowded. Uninspiring.
July 2 - 8, 1998