NOLA Brewing Company is coming to Florida, according Brown Distributing, which signed a distribution agreement with the New Orleans-based brewery to push its beer across the entire state. Brown will be in charge of distributing NOLA Brewing beyond the Florida panhandle, from Tallahassee to Key Wes ... More >>
Here was the groom: poured into a slim Givenchy tux, hair mowed short, smile big. There was the bride: in Givenchy too — a white dress that modestly sheathed her Jessica Rabbit frame like cloud cover hiding an Alp. And there between the couple, his face bright as a polished coin, was a thin fi ... More >>
Numerous earthquakes have hit the West Coast recently. A powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of Chile last night. So many are wondering if these quakes are a sign of a larger one on the horizon. Fear not, South Florida; the ground won't be shaking here anytime soon. It may open up ... More >>
It's been a busy month in Tallahassee, and we've got some updates to the ongoing sausage making political debates happening that will have an effect on the Florida beer industry. With the release of Brewers Association data regarding the state of the craft brewing industry, the interest group who s ... More >>
Three self-proclaimed Florida Panhandle "rednecks" done caught themselves a 277-pound bull shark using nothing but a baseball bat, their bare hands, and common sense. The perfectly redneck-named Cody Harlan, Jonathan Cook, and Robert Trutt went fishing for pompano off Okaloosa Island on Thursday mo ... More >>
My brain exploded with excitement earlier this week. The catalyst: A help-wanted ad on Craigslist from a nonprofit in Pensacola for a Bigfoot researcher. The necessary qualifications were stringent, and the job duties exhaustive. Not only was the chosen researcher expected t ... More >>
Ten relatively obscure species found in the Sunshine State have landed the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in a legal tussle.The black rail, the Georgia blind salamander, a siltsnail, and the purple skimmer are among the animals that Fish and Wildlife has failed to adequately protect, accor ... More >>
In Dallas, something magical happened -- an In-N-Out Burger opened. And one overly enthused diner, Danielle Delnnocentes, is crying over it. "I can come and get a double-double any time I want. It's been eight years since I've had that opportunity." With two 100 percent fresh beef patties in ... More >>
A drawing by Haitian artist Jean Cadet.Collecting and showing prisoner art is Carol Strick's second career. It started when she left her job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1994, where she worked making faience reproductions for the Ancient Egyptian collection. Her husband had di ... More >>
Flickr: HD Action PhotographyA boatload of amberjacks caught by a charter fishing boat off the Panhandle coast.It's been a discouraging week to be a South Floridian, so it's high time we renew our Panning for Gold series, in which we attempt to prove that ours is the (slightly) superior civilizat ... More >>
Flickr:jeffcocopsConsidering we sent our own Sheriff to prison a few years ago, we Broward folks probably shouldn't snicker to loud about the scandal that's swallowed a law enforcement community in the Florida Panhandle. Then again...oh...what the hell? Okaloosa County, you've baked a dish we jus ... More >>
Flickr: hans hendriksenIf it comes to an ethnic turf war in the Panhandle, bet on the Mongols.Who says the Florida Panhandle is not a culturally diverse place? Certainly not the 22-year-old Mongolian man who had the distinct cultural honor of being beaten by a pack of Ukrainians who then sped awa ... More >>
It would be one thing if a South Florida paper was heralding U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek as the frontrunner in the U.S. Senate's Democratic primary for 2010. It's a far more auspicious thing that a Tampa Bay paper is making that claim, albeit with some hesitation. Along with Orlando, Jacksonville and th ... More >>
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