The latest edition of our annual Best Of Broward-Palm Beach issue is up and live, and it is chock-full o' awesomeness. From the best dive bars to the best places to meet single men and ladies to the best local restaurants in town and even your readers' choice votes, it's all here -- and more! To wh ... More >>
The pain bit Jose Maldonado below the right ear, hot and searing. When the lanky, dark- haired Florida State University student snapped his eyes open, he was in the same Tallahassee motel room where he'd drifted to sleep earlier. But then, in the lead-colored hour before dawn this past December 3, h ... More >>
Zombies might want to eat your brain and take over the world. But at Zombie Ice Food Truck the only cerebral damage you'll experience is in the form of a brain freeze. And that's only if you eat it too fast --which will probably happen because it's ginormous, sweet, and dripping in trippy colors. ... More >>
The next time you want to cook something healthy, plant-based and animal-free, why not download an app to help you get delicious recipes in a hurry? Thanks to Sheri Grooms, and her newly-released app known as veganNOMMs, you can get easy vegan recipes downloaded right to your phone. The app, which ... More >>
June 28 is National Ceviche Day, a day designated specifically to the worship of lime-marinated fish. A traditional South American dish that can be traced back to the Incas, who preserved fish by covering it with a bath of salt and fruit juice, today, the basic ingredients haven't changed much. All ... More >>
Oli's Fashion Cuisine of Wellington will be opening on Clematis St. in West Palm Beach on Friday, June 28.A second location for Wellington's Oli's Fashion Cuisine will be celebrating a grand opening today on Clematis St. in downtown West Palm Beach. The restaurant will be the fourth restaurant for o ... More >>
Though a proposed ban on Broward County pit bulls was shelved last night, if the legislation reemerges in some form -- and actually passes -- the prohibition on the dog wouldn't be anything unusual. In 1989, Miami may have been one of the first communities to ban pit bulls -- but it sure hasn't bee ... More >>
When you think of fashion, do you also think of food? Juan Gando says you should. He owns a string of dining establishments in Wellington that sell what he describes as "fashion cuisine." For him, eating and style go hand in hand.If you're not quite sure what fashion cuisine means, don't worry. Each ... More >>
This evening, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will look to destroy one another in an epic battle of banter at Lynn University in Boca. It's a safe bet that moderator Bob Schieffer won't throw too many curveballs and the questions will be similar to everything that's already been asked in the ... More >>
Federal officials are poised to deport a diabetic man this afternoon, despite a doctor's insistence that he get a surgical procedure so he doesn't go blind, local immigration activists say. The case concerns an Ecuadorian man named Miguel Castillo-Santos, who was detained this p ... More >>
On Wednesday, Viridiana Martinez picked up a phone at the Broward Transitional Center in Pompano Beach and called Amy Goodman at Democracy Now. Martinez, a 26-year-old DREAM activist working with the National Youth Immigrant Alliance, calmly explained that she intentionally got her self detained a f ... More >>
The origin of the desserts known as Death by Chocolate has been loosely credited to Les Anges, a Santa Monica restaurant from the '80s. Food writer Marian Burros describes the dessert as something novel in 1984, when she took a 15-restaurant tour around L.A. in eight days: "'I think I have someth ... More >>
Ever dream of taking a trip around the world -- not just to see the sights -- but also to taste all the fabulous food each country has to offer?Well, what if we told you it was possible to do so without leaving Florida? And all you'll need is a passport -- to Tastemakers of Delray Beach, that is.
As you can read in the cover story of this week's "print product," Rainn Wilson - Dwight Schrute from The Office - threw a party last month for Aaron Jackson, a local 27-year-old rich kid living as pauper, giving everything he has to orphanages in Haiti. Aaron's charity, Planting Peace, has she ... More >>
Hang on tightly to those Picassos at Basel. Art crime is on the rise.
Ecuador's Oswaldo Guayasamín painted to expose what man does against man
Violent South American thieves are stealing millions in precious gems ... and getting away with it
Bigamy charges and dozens of busts for sham marriages.It must be South Florida.
Planting Seeds of Hope
Bye-bye, sushi; hello, ceviche at Las Totoritas
Cyrano as plastic surgeon? Yeah, deep. Deep as a can of Colt 45
Saint Aaron to the rescue in Haiti
Unions glom onto the Herald columnist's legacy
From peaceful American dreaming comes a rude awakening
Poopie Doll Florist
Who You Gonna Call?
Sgt. Cabadiana was the poster child for the Bush military. Then they took his wife away.
Imaginar Art House
Call it Latin. Call it jazz. But if you're not moving, you're not listening.
Insect tongues, frogs, human skin, and more -- they're all "corporal"
Opportunists make a fortune supplying guerrillas and terrorists from South Florida gun shops
There's a whole lot of undulating going on in Hollywood
At the Hispanic Theatre Festival, all the Spanish-speaking world was a stage
The local International Hispanic Theatre Festival is one of the biggest and best of its kind -- when will South Florida discover it?
As Miami plays political footsie with the first-place Fusion, the U.S. Soccer Federation prepares to give the boot to Fort Lauderdale's hopes for a national training center
International Dominant Divas
Letters for January 18, 2001
A shrimpy Ecuadorian company wants DuPont to stop spoiling its H20