It was a good run while it lasted, but for Bobby Gordash and Holy Mackerel Beers, the time has come to part ways. Today, Gordash starts his next endeavor as brewer representative and craft-beer alchemist for the Florida Beer Co. in Cape Canaveral. Gordash started Holy Mackerel Beers in 2006 after ... More >>
Yup, looks like this is happening. About a year ago, Palm Beach County's hopes were high when word spread that a local strip club would host the inaugural naked shimmy (just the tops, not the bottoms -- keep it classy) of Nadya Suleman, known the world over as Octomom. Those plans were 86'd when an ... More >>
South Florida tends to lag behind in many areas. We have to wait for large arts and cultural events to make their way down. Food and drink trends are slow to emerge. And some years we have to wait forever to get some semblance of a winter. But one thing we have plenty of: dive bars.That being said, ... More >>
St. Patrick's Day is little more than a week away and soon, South Florida will be awash in green beer and cooked cabbage (and the after-effects of said green beer and cabbage). The celebration isn't limited to one day on the calendar; festivals and parades are popping up this weekend to give you ... More >>
Laine Doss Shayna Parker loves the SteelersBilly's Tavern is a neighborhood sports bar and tavern on State Road 84 and Pine Island Road in Davie...that happens to be a hangout for current and former Miami Dolphins! Not only is Billy's a great sports bar, it has fantastic food that pe ... More >>
Yesterday morning, in a dirt lot off Okeechobee Boulevard in West Palm Beach, I witnessed Vanilla Ice (real name Rob Van Winkle) jump over a jacked-up Monster Truck with about 10 people in the bed. Ice, who lives in Wellington and has ridden professionally, was on a buddy's dirtbike.This is not foo ... More >>
Kona's chicken tacos with obligatory confettiYou'd think Clean Plate Charlie and friends would be chillin' all the time now, the way restaurants are rolling out the happy-hour specials, even extending our ecstasy well beyond the usual 5 to 7 window. Kona Grill, for example, the national chain ... More >>
Back in 1989 Martin Lynch, a waiter at Christy's Restaurant, and John Slarke, a banquet guy at the Biltmore got to thinking. "We noticed that every city in America has an Irish pub and Coral Gables didn't. So we started one, and 20 years later we're still here." says Martin. "Martin Lynch an ... More >>
Sidelines puts the fabulous in fabulous sports bar.
You won't find tourists at this dive a block from the beach — and that's how we like it.
Don't look down on those bar dancers — they're pros.
Will a bar named for troublemaking live up to its name?
A sailors' bar jammed not with pirates but Steelers
There are three straight bars in Wilton Manors, and only Red's has got the King
London fog in Dania Beach
She has seen the future — and it's in Spanish
The world needs a lot more singers who suck
The South Florida Dubs go scrapingly low
Special forces. National ad campaigns. Watching the backs of the big guys. Meet this Eastern European hottie.
Only the dogs are blameless in Broward's strange war over Wizard of Claws
This is a laughing matter
Griffin Road, one of Broward's oldest byways, has it all
Pork Chop's Posse outdrinks the competition
Or, 1,200 highway miles, ten days, nine baseball teams, six stadiums, five games, steroids, and a funeral
Bikers, gourmands, 30,000 country fans, and bare boobies collide at a massive chili cook-off. Bottoms up!
A pair of aging boxers tries to regain former greatness
Once a front in the war against racism, Brownie's gin joint is now the trenches in the battle against yuppiedom
Two years later, a digital-video short film became an overnight ad sensation
When youngsters grab on to 1500-pound bulls, injury is just a buck away
Need to oust a school superintendent or get your favorite Democratic candidate elected? Just call Andre Fladell. But don't ever cross him.
Six shoppertainment malls, three eager mallrats, one day of shopping nirvana
Why can't Florida's Polish immigrants quaff their native beer? Because the state legislature won't let them, that's why.