Meat is delicious. Nobody said it wasn't (well, almost nobody). But it's also wreaking havoc on earth's environment, screwing with human health, and leading to the violent deaths of billions of animals a year. Raising meat for food is problematic, at best. Lucky for everyone, there are innovative c ... More >>
South Florida food trucks were the focus of a Good Morning America segment on the safety and cleanliness of the mobile eateries. Blogger Burger Beast alerted us to the three-minute feature that cites a recent study conducted by the Institute for Justice. In the report, titled "Street Eats, Safe Eat ... More >>
There's lots of things that are sexy about food. And right now, the sexiest thing to happen to food since chocolate-covered strawberries and champagne is Vani Hari, a South Carolina-based food blogger who has been blowing up the spot on some of the country's biggest food companies with her writings ... More >>
A Gainesville skydiver crashed into an airplane over the weekend and walked away with only minor bruises and injuries. He also says he'll be going back up for more jumps as soon as he can. And here you are being afraid of a spider in your toilet. According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, the ... More >>
A day after pleading guilty to perjury, Shellie Zimmerman appeared on Good Morning America and said that things ain't so hot anymore between her and husband, George. She told GMA how she and George have had to go into hiding since the shooting death of Trayvon Martin and how they've been living lik ... More >>
George Zimmerman "got away with murder," Juror B29 told Good Morning America's Robin Roberts in an interview Thursday. The juror, who goes by the name Maddy, was the only minority among the six all-female jurors who acquitted Zimmerman for killing Trayvon Martin. Maddy tells Roberts that she fee ... More >>
F. Scott Fitzgerald certainly laid it out best about the rich: they are different from you and me. The Palm Beach society battle between the heirs of the National Enquirerfortune has shifted into high-gear again. As well told you earlier this month, Paul Pope and his mother Lois have been playing ... More >>
Today, we could either go on verbal rampages against anyone who ever made or sold a gun, anyone who ever made or sold a bullet, and anyone who ever dared even look askance at a sweet innocent child... or we could numb ourselves with news about cats with better careers than us. Tongue firmly bit, let ... More >>
An eight year-old girl was happily feeding dolphins at SeaWorld's Dolphin Cove when one of them lunged from out of the water and bit her hand. Jillian Thomas, who was visiting the SeaWorld Orlando park with her parents from Georgia, was lined up with other children, feeding the dolphins from a food ... More >>
Parasailing is a hoot. It is also safe.So why can't Broward County decide on how to do it? Two spectacular deaths in Pompano Beach have made everyone a little gun shy.Good Morning America, Inside Edition, and many others have done studies and work that shows its safe -- if three major rules are foll ... More >>
You may not be familiar with the latest scandal surrounding the Miss USA pageant, because it is stupid. But Miss Florida USA is involved, so now, so are we.It all started when Miss Pennsylvania USA, Sheena Monnin, resigned her crown June 4, claiming the Miss USA pageant was fixed."In good conscience ... More >>
Linda GassenheimerLinda Gassenheimer is a chef, noted author, and radio and television personality who makes her home in Coral Gables. Her Miami Herald column, Dinner in Minutes, is syndicated to more than 4 million readers each week. Gassenheimer is producer and host of the weekly radio fe ... More >>
There are few breaks in the house of Chef Ingrid Hoffmann. If she's not recording one of her shows, she's making appearances on others. When that stops, she has meetings to discuss her cookware, books, the future of her mobile application, and a spices line. This Friday, she gets one of those f ... More >>
Meek denied reports that Clinton wanted him to quit.Touring Florida in support of Democratic candidates last week, Bill Clinton quietly pressured senatorial candidate Kendrick Meek to drop out of the race and endorse independent candidate Charlie Crist, according to Politico.com. By throwing the ... More >>
The Meatist's post this morning on which supermarket bacon is the best made me excited all over again for my favorite new holiday: Bacon Day. That's right, September 5 this year will be to bacon what Labor Day is to really cheap beer and barbecue, a day to revel in the wonders of cured pork belly ... More >>
I've decided to go with more blunt and truthful headlines ... can you tell? The inspiration for this one is the passing of lobbyist Ron Book's initiative to bring more money to the county's bail bondsmen at the expense of our tax dollars. Book, who represents the bondsmen, has been w ... More >>
Pastor Spann will save Liberty City's soul one addict at a time — if he can stay out of jail.
Try not to seem too drunk when you hand out your resume. Job Fair Seeks Rare Dedicated, Sand-Free WorkersHundreds of desperate job-seekers got in line this morning outside The Diplomat in Hollywood for a job fair put on by Good Morning America. The show's website describes the event this way:Don't ... More >>
It's the old diet doc versus the marketing gun in the great war of the tasty appetite suppressors
Try as it might, Fort Lauderdale can't shake some diehard seasonal partiers
Ugly, maybe. But Ugly Betty? No.
Rep. Robert Wexler's fake admission on the Colbert Report that he loves cocaine and hookers has apparently gotten a lot of attention on both Good Morning America and Today. On those shows, former journalist Jake Tapper and other light and chirpy TV personalities basically warned politicians not to a ... More >>
Ladies touch the long poles at a fishing clinic
Dr. Jane has a chimp on her shoulder
Remembering Nina's last South Florida stand
Wisecracking Democrats in Tallahassee were steamrollered during the presidential contest. But they didn't take it lying down.
The government wants his money. The judiciary wants him disbarred. So what's F. Lee Bailey's next move? Sue the bastards!