Ninety-five percent of scientists now agree that global warming is a scientific fact -- and , as one particularly terrifying Rolling Stone article explained in June, "South Florida is uniquely screwed, in part because about 75 percent of the 5.5 million people in South Florida live along the coast." ... More >>
The Fort Lauderdale City Commission will vote tonight on whether to allow a nearly 100-year-old tree to be moved so a developer can build a 960-unit apartment complex called Marina Lofts on the New River. The site is west of the Broward County Jail and the Downtowner saloon, near the Pirate Republic ... More >>
In the not-too-near-future, your next home or office lobby may not be painted, or even decorated with wall paper. It could be alive.Alive with plants, of course. But before we go planting gardens indoors, perhaps we should start with "living" exterior walls and roofs, first. Here, in South Florida, ... More >>
G & B Oyster Bar has quietly opened, helmed by the folks behind Coconuts in Fort Lauderdale and perched next door. G & B is a reference to owner Elliott Wolfe's children, Gates and Bennett. (It also seems to be inspired by Barbara Lynch's B & G Oysters in Boston.)During last night's ... More >>
Thought I'd share some of the most interesting food-related links I've read from around the internets over the past few days: Another Shake Shack is slated for South Florida: Coral Gables to be specific. The New York Times Magazine illuminates restaurateur Danny Meyer's plans to take over ... More >>
Christian Cotton, chef/owner of Cafe Copenhagen in Jupiter, is calling it quits in Jupiter's Driftwood Plaza. He'll be open for dinner Tuesday to Sunday through July 31 and for brunch on the weekends till that date; reservations are recommended if you do want in on one of the final meals.Cotton's ta ... More >>
A fan of clean beaches, or the doggy beach in Jupiter that's one of few in SoFla? Check in on Saturday, May 8, at Riverwalk in Jupiter for the Friends of Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival. A number of restaurants from the north end that usually don't strut their stuff are involved in the ... More >>
Photo by Flickr user vulnerablechaosMeatballs: the way to her heart, says one Danish band member.If you go backstage at Antone's, the legendary music venue in Austin, then head upstairs past whatever band is lingering on the first floor, look closely at the back wall of the small balcony and you' ... More >>
Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg go for a walk.
Flickr: marsmet47OK, maybe not everything... but our housing market sure is.We held out for as long as we could. Property values in Florida -- especially South Florida -- were always so much higher than those other Southern states. We were so smug, weren't we, in 2006?That's the year when the hou ... More >>
There's Charlie Crist trying to warm up an otherwise frosty crowd in Clearwater. None chillier than the men behind the camera, who (judging by the herky-jerky camera) are quivering in anticipation of rubbing elbows with the governor and U.S. Senate candidate.Awesome intro music, by the way. I thoug ... More >>
Beach or Danish snow? I'll take the beach.Martin Thorborg is one of those unusual success stories because he's one of those businessmen who broke most of the rules and became a success. Martin is Danish and is a serial entrepreneur who's now living in Delray Beach.His first venture was the Danish ... More >>
FlickrWhat she said.In advance of world leaders' December meeting in Copenhagen for a new climate treaty, Palm Beach County residents are heading to Atlantic Dunes Beach Park, where on Saturday October 24, they'll participate in a demonstration that's gone global.That day marks the International ... More >>
G's Place elevates unpretentiousness to the freakin' Golden Road
SFKS bids adieu.
Splitting Infinity splits into two plays. One shines; the other grinds.
A dreadful decade in downtown West Palm leaves Capri Blu miraculously unbeaten.
The game's over on TV but just getting its due onstage.
Cradle of Man is full of missing links, except the ones we care about
Saves the Day knows what makes a hero.
Rick Nielsen is not content to pull his old hat tricks anymore
This long-lost avant-garde art collective remains relevant today
Unarmed Underground Art Center and Flamingo Art Studios
Six lonely strangers meet in a beguiling Italian class
South Florida's museum Websites offer scant samplings of their collected works
Museum of Art showcases an agreeable summer sampling of its vast CoBrA collection
Vienna Cafe & Wine Bar