Nick Wallenda, the self-desribed "King of the High Wire," from Sarasota, Florida, completed a historic 1,400-foot high-wire walk across the Grand Canyon on Sunday. The event was broadcast live (with a ten-second delay in case things turned, uh, bad) on the Discovery Channel and was also shown aroun ... More >>
On Wednesday, reporter New Times Chris Sweeney brought you an interview with St. Petersburg medical researcher Adam Ostrzenski, who says he may have discovered the fabled G spot in a dead 83-year-old.The peer-reviewed paper Ostrzenski wrote about it got a lot of attention in the interblags ... More >>
From gallery shows to Kevin Spacey's planned murder, here's a collection of the season's best to come.
Apparently, the Scots are not all thrilled that their motherland gave birth to the woman who gave birth to The Man, Donald Trump, who treated his $1 billion plan to build a golf resort in the Scot town of Aberdeenshire as a sentimental investment. That failed to win him favors in the British press, ... More >>
The Liberty City Seven leader was never boring
Peter Jackson's King Kong earns its crown.
That's not the sky falling, just Disney's Chicken Little
Harland's got heart
The Coral Springs Museum of Art has the right light touch
13 Conversations About One Thing takes on some weighty topics
On September 11, the world needed superheroes. It found them not in comic books, but in real life.
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
Two concurrent exhibitions at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood showcase both personality and process
Creator of Wonder Boys and supermen, Michael Chabon is a literary hero
"Making Time: Considering Time as a
Material in Contemporary Video & Film,"
"Making Time: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video & Film"