Florida has a reputation as America's weirdest state, but there's hardly any national appreciation for the fact that Florida has several culturally distinct regions of weirdness to choose from. In fact, sometimes it seems weird that Florida is considered one state at all. It's high time someone dre ... More >>
Wolfing down bowls of garlic-flavored ice cream isn't for everyone. If you're skipping Delray's Garlic Fest this weekend but still want to chow down, Deck 84 hopes to entice you with their new, breath-friendly brunch menu items.
Photo: Lisa ZeldesThinly veiled as a means to "give Mom a break" or to avoid doing dishes from now until 12-12-12, going out for Thanksgiving dinner is the perfect way to minimize optimize the quality family time for which you are so thankful. Like planning a destination wedding, dining out for T ... More >>
Flickr.com The Hamilton, Ohio school where George W. Bush signed "No Child Left Behind" in 2001 has a statue to commemorate the glorious day. A new report says there is a more than 50% gap in reading proficiency between Black and White teenagers in America, and that only 57% of "historicall ... More >>
Prominent parasites bleed the taxpayers in the name of medicine
Follow this leader and your kids will obey their masters and join lockstep with God. Or else.
As Miami plays political footsie with the first-place Fusion, the U.S. Soccer Federation prepares to give the boot to Fort Lauderdale's hopes for a national training center
A smart new play takes two well-explored topics to higher, provocative ground
The Busy Signals, Sekou Sundiata, Methods of Mayhem
Two Broward superpowers are squabbling over legal black eyes and personal vendettas. For taxpayers it's a $400,000 feud worth watching.
For years Everett Hobby has net-fished offshore for ballyhoo. Only recently has he been considered a criminal for doing so.