South Florida's largest newspaper has finally snagged its first Pulitzer Prize, the award committee at Columbia University announced this afternoon. A three-part series called "Cops among Florida's Worst Speeders," which detailed how often -- and egregiously -- off-duty police officers speed on our ... More >>
College students have a lot of sex. This much you already knew.But what you might not have known is that they're being smart about it. Especially here in Florida.Safe sex awwriiight!!Trojan Condoms did their annual rankings how healthy college students' sex life is on 141 U.S. colleges and universit ... More >>
Today is world food day. Originally started in 1981 to honor to United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, it is now used to promote advocacy campaigns for nonprofits. This year, World Food's focus is on ending hunger through Agricultural Cooperatives; however some groups are using the day to ... More >>
The writer/director on filming in NYC, George Romero, and saying no to bad script notes.
Ever wonder what it's like to be hated by the public? You don't always need to look high up the totem pole for a Lana Del Rey or a Nickelback to find a musician who appears to receive more criticisms than compliments online. Take, for example, Liturgy. The Brooklyn-based black-metal band led by H ... More >>
Nicole DannaThe Blind Monk in West Palm Beach will be hosting the Kessler-Koehler Evening of Film "After Party" from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday.Here's a great recipe.Take a bar chock full of great wine; mix with a hearty helping of tapas; add three equal parts lifelong friendship; and add a doub ... More >>
Russell Pearce and other illegal-immigration populists rely on misleading, right-wing reports to scapegoat immigrants and terrify penny-pinched Americans.
The Weather Underground talked of peace, but FBI agents say members also planned a cop killing.
Sure, Paul Brandreth talks like a wiseguy. But is he a cold-blooded killer?
Radio host Joyce Kaufman wins fans by flaying a new enemy: undocumented immigrants
How did the West Palm Beach mayor's reelection attempt turn into such a fright?
The country's youngest transgender child is ready for school. But is school ready for her?
Broward Community College is a public school, but its religion professors consider it a private reserve
A family's crisis feels a bit too familiar in Imaginary Heroes
If you're young and female, New York Minute is your movie
Kevin Moore's case raises questions about executing the mentally disabled
Opportunists make a fortune supplying guerrillas and terrorists from South Florida gun shops
If they're college-educated, city-dwelling, 40-something white people, that is
A Hollywood man has spent the past decade trying to pry open the Seminoles' accounting books -- without much success
Should 2700 little sparrows be allowed to hold up the reclaiming of the Everglades?
Spider-Man slings pop mythology for the masses
The Nighthawks won't push away from the blues buffet until they're good and ready
Skot Foreman brings big-name art to an unexpected seaside town
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.
February 19-25, 1998