Mojitos are pretty much the patron drink of South Florida. And why wouldn't they be? They're refreshing on a hot day, freaking delicious, and were invented 90 miles away from Key West -- we would've tried to figure out the exact distance, but math just isn't our thing. The only problem with the moj ... More >>
Over the past decade, Broward County's fastest-growing demographic was Venezuelan, and the conventional explanation most bureaucrats, demographers, and activists deployed to explain this trend: Hugo Chavez. El Comandante's socialistic and populist style of governance, which extolled the virtues of ... More >>
Last week we brought you some choice musical and drinking options for this upcoming romantic debacle known as "Valentine's Day." Not only do we share in your feelings of anxiety, depression and possible contemplation of suicide, we fully understand and appreciate how this day of all days can ... 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 >>
Flickr: insectoverlordsYorvit TorrealbaYorbit Torrealba, the Rockies catcher who lives in Hollywood during the offseason, hit the two-run homer yesterday to cement his team's against the defending World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies. But Torrealba had been feeling lucky long before he con ... More >>
To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic-rental-car industry keeps rolling.
And hello again. Why Broward-Palm Beach immigrant groups are tired of the endless Castro drama.
It's an exhibition that'll make your eyes bounce back and forth like balls on a billiard table.
Old newspaper pros quit the FIU J-school as academicians run the show
Land of two-day coups, national strikes, and oil wars. No wonder its film scene goes largely unnoticed. Real life has been plenty entertaining.
A flower blooms in the cultural wasteland
Pipin Ferreras and his wife, Audrey, challenged the deadly sea. They lost.
Not what's in the fine show at the Miami Art Museum
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is tough on mail fraud -- and, some say, even tougher on its black female agents
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
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