The brunt of winter is over, and the median age of South Florida's population is in for a sharp decline. The snowbirds are migrating north, and college kids are coming south, ready to embark on a week of sunshine and binge drinking. Even though Fort Lauderdale Beach is a shell of the spring break ... More >>
Another decade, another trade pact, another round of protest. Ten years since anti-globalization demonstrations at the FTAA in Miami broke down into a full-scale police riot, veterans of that battle and new adherents to their cause are gathering throughout South Florida to mark the date and raise th ... More >>
Working class. What a concept. A shameful secret, even, in a world where we're all supposed to be either "upwardly mobile" or eternally grateful for the crumbs from the tables of the "job creators." Bullshit. Stuff don't happen -- and bosses don't get rich -- unless ordinary people put their shoulde ... More >>
Apparently, Barry Obama's debate performance was so craptacular, The Mittbot has gained some points with Latino voters in Florida. According to a ImpreMedia & Latino Decisions tracking poll released Monday, Obama's lead among Hispanic voters in Florida has slipped from 72% last week to 67% this ... More >>
In Cuba in 1921, Beatriz Otero's ancestors founded a bakery called La Gran Via. It eventually grew to have 55 employees, five storefronts, and a dozen delivery trucks. But when Fidel Castro came to power, the family fled to Puerto Rico. The bakery was seized by the government and continues to o ... More >>
Steve Parker via Flickr Creative CommonsGet lost in a beer or two at M Bar. It's something of a quiet week in Broward and Palm Beach Counties, presumably because South Florida residents will be girding their loins -- and leaving time to pick up the lederhosen and dirndl from the dry cleaners -- f ... More >>
The recent headlines in the Herald and Sun-Sentinel had a shocking quality: "Photo Said to Show Adam Walsh's Face 'Etched in His Own Blood.'" Adam We all know Adam Walsh's face. When Adam was abducted from a Hollywood mall in 1981, it shook South Florida. When p ... More >>
Headlines from the weekend past in Broward and Palm Beach:The Dolphins squeaked out a win in Jacksonville yesterday afternoon, thanks to some hard running by Ricky Williams and a timely sack by Randy Starks. [NFL.com]Matthew Bent, one of the Deerfield Beach boys accused of torching Michael Brewer ... More >>
Time management is key to a successful Thanksgiving.Thanksgiving no longer serves as a time families can peacefully get together, sit down at a table, and give thanks. Nowadays, it's more like competing in the food Olympics. We've got divorced parents and grandparents, we've got significant others, ... More >>
In his latest "think piece," Tribune Co. Chief Innovation Officer Lee Abrams draws a line in the sand for EVERYone in the company's newsrooms (including the Sun-Sentinel): Revolutions are about "we". The leaders need to engage EVERYone. And EVERYone needs to engage the cause. You ar ... More >>
Miami Book Fair International gets graphic
The Miami Book Fair proves yet again that we really do love us some book
In Guillermo Trujillo's paintings, there's magic at work, merging the land and the people who inhabit it
Local radio celeb DJ Entice is fresher than you think
The good and the so-so. The Boca Museum takes its pick.
Black Violin goes where hip-hop has never gone before: the orchestra pit
Great sets. Cool lighting. The pacing's a little slow.
Of the ego
Dance Planet X's electro goth dance finds a home at Ultra
Sóniko has a furry little secret
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
A Broward dentist saved hundreds of rabbits and became a national celebrity. Why do so many people fear him?
A big, diverse show in Hollywood may be too loud, but it hits an adventurous beat
The Florida Center for the Book pays homage to F. Scott Fitzgerald
DJ Stryke plots a local dance music timeline
Looking back on ten days in spring that changed the landscape
The drug that could help Shelley Rozolsky is too experimental for her county-sponsored health plan
A Nova Southeastern University club struggles to bring a backward student body up-to-date
April 15-21, 1999
January 22-28, 1998
January 15-21, 1998