If you squint your eyes a certain way, Florida begins to look like some holdover from the Triassic period, and we're not talking about the residents of Century Village. The center of the state is overrun with huge pythons. Sharks coast the waters. The mammals on hand seem inclined to cannibalism. A ... More >>
Bummed out that this weekend's pork-a-palooza (AKA BaconFest) is sold out? Turn that frown upside down. As of Friday morning, a limited number of entertainment-only tickets will be released for a price tag of $15 a pop. Note: these tickets are for entertainment only. They don't include the sampling ... More >>
It's Memorial Day weekend, the kids are restless, and you've singed your eyebrows off while attempting to start the backyard barbecue. We say get away from the open flames and let the food trucks handle your family's hunger at these roundups.Saturday, May 26If your idea of a good time is a little ho ... More >>
Memorial Day is Monday, May 28, but the festivities will start early with a few food-focused events offered throughout the three-day weekend. In addition to that, a few gatherings throughout the week will help you to pass the time until the minivacation. Read on after the jump for food- and drink-fo ... More >>
All photos by Laine DossAs the sun peeked through the clouds, thousands enjoyed food and wine at the first Hard Rock Wine and Food FestivalThousands of people flocked to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's inaugural Wine and Food Festival yesterday. As the sun broke free from late morning c ... More >>
Saturday: Wish Jaxson's a Happy 55th by eating six tons of ice cream. Procrastinators take note: this marks the last weekend for Dine Out Lauderdale -- it ends Thursday, Nov. 10. -- and the chance to grab a three-course meal for $35 at select Fort Lauderdale restaurants. Of course, some of the ea ... More >>
Before you start comparing me to Model Citizen for this obviously photoshopped image of Broward Supt. Jim Notter, I have to confess that I didn't create it. It comes courtesy of a video produced by BECON, the School Board TV station and propaganda center that is subsidi ... More >>
Miami's Mickey Rourke is back in the ring with The Wrestler
Cast of old men in leather pants on the road to nowhere good
There's no excuse for the nastiness we found in a local biker magazine
It's zero to oblivion in a heartbeat for too many of the risk takers on the new supercharged bikes
High School Kids Channel Darwin & Co.
At the cusp of tourist season, two monster nightspots take over
But no tears, pansy boy
Is sheriff's candidate Ric Bradshaw Dirty Harry or Mr. Clean? Voters want to know.
A time line chronicling the rise of the first Jewish president
Local filmmakers use natural talent, shoestring budgets, and guerrilla marketing to off the little bugger
Before she could hit the brakes, Sonia Ortiz was transformed from homemaker and pregnant mother of three to "cop killer"
Video producers spend big bucks to promote the Jamaican beat
Our intrepid reporter probes the gay orgies that have helped to spark a runaway syphilis outbreak
Big-ticket casino deals plus a messy internal power struggle equals even more legal woes for the Seminole tribe
A Delray businessman's cards create an international stir
A powerful male/female dynamic gives life to MoCA's latest permanent-collection show
A Fort Lauderdale eatery evicted, an arm severed, and a Sun-Sentinel writer reconsidered
National Pawn & Jewelry
Grady's Bar & Grill
Chris Paciello, the dangerous darling of the South Florida nightlife set, has a reputation for fisticuffs. And Mob ties.
"Compassion Around the World: The Art of Edna Hibel"
He outfoxed car dealers and got his employees to pay him. Meet Howard Patterson, the man who sells cars that don't exist.
The new king of South Florida philanthropists, Richard Bronson, built his empire on the shady side of Wall Street
May 7 - 13, 1998