Life was in a tailspin for a Connecticut real estate investor named Stacy. Once married, she was now divorced. Once the owner of a beautiful $6 million mansion, she now bounced from rental to rental. She still paid the bills -- but made only a fraction of her old salary. But what mattered most to th ... More >>
Well, it happened. You've crossed into the Red Zone. We know, we know, you meant to get around to it yesterday, but TNT threw on a back-to-back showing of the Lord of the Rings trilogy (extended cut) and you ate all those cookies. Now it's 9 am on Christmas Eve day and your bag of gifts is completel ... More >>
Travel ChannelAnthony Bourdain and friends at the radioactive wonder wheel.In last night's episode of No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain once again goes to places people only dream of going (if you happen to dream about nuclear holocaust).Our intrepid traveler, always in search of a good meal and ... More >>
Ann Coulter has something to say.Now, this isn't exactly a new Coulterian utterance, but it is a remarkable one. Remember last month, when Ann Coulter put her foot in her mouth by claiming to know more about radiation than physicists? Remember how she claimed that nobody died of radiation poisoni ... More >>
A few last words on Coulter's radiation fetish. Two weeks ago, she claimed ionizing radiation could act as a cancer vaccine, and that nobody died of radiation poisoning at Chernobyl. Then she appeared on the The O'Reilly Factor to defend the column. Last week, she devoted a second column to the p ... More >>
Ann Coulter says crazy things. She does it all the time, and most of us are used to it. But there's crazy, see, and then there's Crazy -- the kind of blithely lethal insanity that'd make you scream and run if it weren't proffered by a pretty, grinning, blond lady on The O'Reilly Factor. And Ann's ... More >>
Early radiologists often suffered "radiation necrosis." It has claimed this man's fingers.SoFla's sexiest pundit, Ann Coulter, published a singularly weird article this week, extolling the many health benefits which our friends in Japan may expect to derive from their exposure to excess radiation ... More >>
The news this morning in South Florida:At last night's Broward County School Board meeting, members discussed a refresher course on ethics. So... like that safety meeting the Soviets had after the meltdown at Chernobyl? [Miami Herald]Crist is going to demand the state review loopholes that allow ... More >>
Sol Theatre's double-header walks the line between hell and, yawn, purgatory
Reverend Horton Heat
Earth to humans: Save me!
The South Florida senator and presidential candidate wheels and doodles
Edward Reininger is a self-styled gadfly of Broward's main library, a man born to defy the edict "Please be quiet"