The first time Tim Morgan smoked Afghani weed, he thought, "I like this." The 20-year-old college student was hanging out in his Gainesville apartment with his high school girlfriend and about ten friends. Everyone was huddled around a single measly joint. "I thought it wouldn't last long, and I d ... More >>
Jeff Stratton Jeremy Ford sits in a prime spot, geographically and careerwise. He's chef de cuisine -- that means he pretty much runs the show -- at 3030 Ocean. The beachfront eatery inside the Marriott Harbor Beach hotel is perhaps the swankiest restaurant in Fort Lauderdale. Not bad for a 22-ye ... More >>
Once More With Brass
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The third time's the guilty pleasure for Tucker and Chan's buddy-cop franchise
Starting as of Now (Sparky the Dog)
He wriggles, squirms, and throws money around, but "H" can't make the tale about his seduction of "W" disappear.
Caveh Zahedi comes clean in I Am a Sex Addict.
Steve Martin's Pink Panther piddles on its predecessor
Whether we like it or not...
When politicians and bureaucrats play curator, the art stinks
Game show asks the burning questions
A mayor and a businessman, both named Bill, have struck up quite a friendship
Two shows at the Boca Museum succeed mostly in exposing Marc Chagall's limitations
Tom Johnston is Pompano's puppet-master. Squint at commission meetings and you can see the strings.
For a price Molly Parker takes Peter Sarsgaard to The Center of the World
"Faculty Show: The Future Is Now!"
French Green Market
February 4 - 10, 1999
When the residents of Mangonia Park heard that a girls' detention center might be built in their town, they put out the welcome mat