How mad is Rep. Connie Mack at Barack Obama? So mad. And Big Socialist Barry is going to be on a tour of Florida in the next few days, so it looks like Mack decided to get all hopped up on scotch and 5-Hour Energy drinks and write a really mean letter to him in the newspaper.Can't confirm the scotch ... More >>
Sonic BeachSonic Beach opens today in Fort LauderdaleSonic Beach opens today in Beach Place, bringing new life to the somewhat tired outdoor dining and shopping center on Fort Lauderdale's A1A. The restaurant/entertainment complex will take up almost 6,000 sq. feet of space on the second floor of ... More >>
Wild Art: Rick Scott's inauguration yesterday (Lisa Macci/Facebook) -- After the post on Sheriff Al Lamberti's taking of liberties with official Super Bowl credentials to get his son into the game, the South Florida Times has come out with a report on a "secret" Super Bowl ... More >>
An Indy driver and his teenaged protégé struggle in today's pay-to-ride car racing.
When we last left Wellington resident Rob Van Winkle, he was jumping a motorcycle over a monster truck filled with drunken fans. Now the man known to the world as Vanilla Ice is embarking on a quintessential South Florida venture: real estate. Always a lover of vintage cars -- he owns the '67 Cad ... More >>
Photo courtesy Mike Jachles/Broward Sheriff's OfficeBroward County Sheriff Al Lamberti held a press conference yesterday to show off his department's newest and trendiest purchase: four tiny Smart cars that will zip around Fort Lauderdale International Airport and Port Everglades. TV stations and th ... More >>
It's hard to be a card-carrying, foreign-car-driving, alt-weekly-newspaper-working, Cheez Whiz-loving liberal these days. The conservatives say President Obama's corporate bailouts amount to socialism, and who knows if they're right, because they kind of lost me at the first trillion. So that's why ... More >>
The Tribune Co., whose 10 newspapers include the Sun-Sentinel, Orlando Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, and Los Angeles Times, yesterday announced a salary freeze for 2009. It affects all non-union employees (for the small percentage of union employees, "the issue will b ... More >>
For bailing out Big Sugar, Charlie Crist gets a hero's medal. Sweet!
Jeez, can we just embrace the electric car already?
It's a Hard Rock life. Flush with American dollars, the tribe either plays by U.S. rules or risks losing it all
Marilyn Monroe, now starring at the Boca, is still raw material for artists and dreamers
Why lowriders love American-made cars.
Should Local Buyers Watch Out for "Katrina Cars" ?
Did Marlins skipper Jack McKeon ever tell you about the time... ?
The charismatic lawyer and power broker took one last lap in a New River mansion during his run from the law
A middle-aged race car driver gambles it all for one last chance at victory
Build it and it will lift and block. Or it will die.
Cycling activist Raphael Clemente has had enough idiot-induced wipeouts to last a lifetime
Robb Tiller went from rags to riches and right back after 15 years spinning deals around the Seminole
The racing world's perennial dork produces a super-fast beauty in Riviera Beach
Big-ticket casino deals plus a messy internal power struggle equals even more legal woes for the Seminole tribe
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
What makes fast-car enthusiasts furious? Cops, speed limits, and punk kids with loud mufflers and no brains.
Off the boulevard and on the street, plays that touch on the real world
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
Bob Horvath was the ultimate company man for GM and sold their cars for 40 years. The thanks he got? The auto giant put him out of business.