For some time now, a massive, three-story building at 2119 S. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach, formerly the site of Ragtops Antique Car Showroom and Museum, has been undergoing a sweeping renovation. Virtually every square inch of its space has been repaired, redone, patched and freshly painted. T ... More >>
Some things will just never taste good. Cafeteria and airline food, for example. And giving your man a BJ.Yeah, we're pretty sure that will never taste good.Lucky for everyone involved, Masque -- a company based in Tampa -- has developed a product that claims to make fellatio downright tasty!
Well, turns out "Miami Zombie" Rudy Eugene wasn't high on bath salts when he chomped on Ronald Poppo's face."The Miami-Dade Medical Examiner found only marijuana in the body of the man who was fatally shot while chewing a homeless man's face over Memorial Day weekend," wrote NBC Miami.Wait, wait -- ... More >>
Move over, Rachael; there are some new shows in town.It seems as if food has become almost as popular a subject for television programming as reality shows -- when the two are combined, like on Top Chef, Kitchen Nightmare's, and Hell's Kitchen, the result is stratospheric. To be honest, I've neve ... More >>
Although I like cranky British Chef Gordon Ramsay, I'm not really a huge fan of his Fox show Kitchen Nightmares. It's far too formulaic, for one - every episode shares the same story arc, with only the set pieces changing - and it's 99% about drama and only 1% about food. The show on which the it w ... More >>
Former New Times writing fellow P.J. Tobia went to the last place most people would think of spending their Thanksgiving: to an Army base in Afghanistan. The result was "Afghaniscrewed," which ran this week in New Times. Now Tobia's headed back to Afghanistan for, well, who knows what? So I caught u ... More >>
Amanda Palmer brings her solo show to Culture Room.
As far as DJs we're dying to see, we'll admit that Dim Mak/Cinespace founder Steve Aoki is pretty low on our list. It's not that Aoki isn't entertaining, he is, but at times he seems to be more about the showmanship than the music. But love him or hate him (there doesn't seem to be a gray area), Ao ... More >>
Is U2's latest reissue package worth the cost?
There Will Be Blood (Soundtrack) (Wea/Atlantic/Nonesuch)
In Keaton versus Heigl, girl power (Mad Money) trumps bridesmaid fashion (27 Dresses)
The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again.
A new box set illuminates the early sounds of Frank Sinatra
Poltergeist28 Weeks Laterw
Glastonbury, The Hustler: Collector's Edition, Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built, The Bridge
Albert Brooks looks for comedy and comes up empty
Franz Ferdinand's hometown has a surprisingly rich musical legacy -- and we ain't talkin' bagpipes.
Andy Wagner, WLRN-FM (91.3)
The Hitchhiker's Guide is harmless -- well, mostly harmless
Ben Kweller makes the world unsafe for irony
Palm Beach County Schools peddle their good name
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
The lunatic fringe lives, breathes, and flourishes on shortwave radio
Talking war with dissident Jim Mullins is good for a battle-scarred psyche
ABC Music: The Radio One Sessions (Strange Fruit)
A Delray businessman's cards create an international stir
Michael Winterbottom delivers a snowy, Wild West adaptation of Thomas Hardy
Renée Zellweger nervously Joneses for romance
Letters for June 22, 2000
Jakob the Liar
April 15-21, 1999