Apparently Middle Child Day is a thing. And it is today. And Bruce Hopman, a former ad executive living in Fort Lauderdale, is on a mission to make sure everyone knows this. And he is using every means at his disposal. By which we mean, of course, the internet.
If you've spent more than five minutes in South Florida, you know who Paul Castronovo is. As part of the Paul and Young Ron Show, Castronovo has woken up more South Floridians than a strong cup of Cuban coffee. The Paul and Young Ron morning radio show is much more than the usual comedic high jinks ... More >>
President Obama went on Letterman last night and addressed Mitt Romney's "47 percent" comments for the first time publicly.David Letterman broke the ice by asking Obama how much he weighed, then commented on how the two weigh the same but how the president looks better. When Obama said Letterman loo ... More >>
Under the bright stadium lights, plenty of incredible things have happened during Super Bowl halftime shows. Who could forget the King of Pop's epic 1993 performance or his sis' nipple slip in 2004? This year's act is equally grand: the timeless, shameless Madonna. Though she promised "for s ... More >>
With house keys, engagement rings, billiard balls and light bulbs all a part of his act, there are very few things that Stevie Starr won't throw down his gullet. Once down the shoot, the items come right back up, completely intact.Known internationally as "The Regurgitator," Starr has taken hi ... More >>
No amount of alcohol will make this safe for you to try at home. Most of us take great measure to ensure that what we put down our gullets won't come back up to haunt us later. Stevie Starr, the Scottish performer perhaps better-known by his rather vivid stage handle, "The Regurgitator," isn't mo ... More >>
Facebook.comTV on the Radio is a hyperbole-provoking, sweat-smearing, mind-liquifying live band. And it's a good value! Sure, if you want more pyro, more makeup, and more bras that look like Hershey's Kisses, there's likely other fare available. But when it comes to stirring up a crowd, muddling ... More >>
colbertnation.comThank goodness there's a big name in politics standing up for Rep. Allen West in his battle against Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz -- even though he's a comedian/newsman."We know the tone of our political discourse in Washington hits a new low every day," Stephen Colbert said on h ... More >>
I am hearing new information regarding Broward Sheriff's Lt. Rick Reilly, and it's not good. I won't get into details, but suffice it to say that Reilly's late wife, attorney Caryl Boies, may have a lot in common with Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of onetime presidential contender John ... More >>
Even a White House trying to stave off a Great Depression and a nuclear war in the Middle East has found time to talk about whether Conan will sink or swim as the new host of The Tonight Show. So we may as well tackle this issue on Juice with a South Florida angle.Miami-Fort Lauderdale is the 16th b ... More >>
C. StilesErin Baryski's unique style of paintingWhen Erin Barylski was about five years old, she discovered a rare talent. She could do the splits, then hop from that position, entirely on the strength of her inner thighs. She'd then land right on the, uh, bottom of her torso -- before her thighs ... More >>
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