On October 17, 2012, Brett Parks -- a Naval Airman student stationed in Jacksonville studying to be a flight engineer -- heard a scream behind his local fitness center. As he approached, a woman yelled, "Robbery!" Parks bolted after the robber and caught up to him. He tried to subdue him. Then he ... More >>
Fort Lauderdale is beautiful. Lots of beaches. Lots of yachts. Great nightlife. And pretty damned deadly when you're crossing the street. Welp, you take the good with the bad! This according to a new report by Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coalition ominously titled "Danger ... More >>
Over the past couple years the debate on genetically modified organisms (GMO) or genetically engineered (GE) in food has become the hot topic amongst those into the politics of food. While proponents of the technology claim the products are perfectly safe, and are, in fact, needed to feed the world ... More >>
Intricately intertwined in the folklore of the South Pacific, islanders from this remote pocket of the globe would drink this intoxicating pepper root, kava, for its relaxing, blissful properties. It took almost 3,000 years for this potent plant to reach our shores. But now that it's here at the Mys ... More >>
OpenTable is at it again with another "Top 100" list. This time, the online restaurant and review site had its users naming their favorite outdoor dining spots in the United States. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than five million reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners f ... More >>
Thousands of students, political wonks, local campaign volunteers, faculty, and corporate bigwigs got together least evening to watch the third and final Presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton. Read Also:- Media People, Get a Free Beer at BurgerFi in Delray- Mitt Romney Eats Healthy ... More >>
sodahead.comInvasive and sticky.Our news yesterday of 30-year-old Transportation Security Administration worker Nelson Santiago's being arrested after apparently being caught stuffing a passenger's iPad in his pants and allegedly stealing $50,000 worth of electronics from luggage went around the ... More >>
via Broward County Sheriff's OfficeClay Facial Reconstruction of Found & Forgotten VictimIf you like a good mystery and need a fix, look no further than the Broward Sheriff's Office website -- your skin will crawl. Found & Forgotten is a database started just shy of two years ago to pub ... More >>
I wish I could say that today's appointment of Kerry Collins as Brett Favre's replacement in the NFL Pro Bowl was the fatal blow to this game's credibility. But that credibility left long ago. So let's just call this a signal that the powers that be don't believe that Chad Pennington isn't even in t ... More >>
I got crabs at Nick's and loved it
Eat like a mogul at luxurious Solu
Does Barack Obama embroider his own history for political effect?
It's never too early to start planing for the 2007 Langerado Music Festival.
Journey and Def Leppard battle for relevance in the new millennium.
Soulfly's frontman makes nice with a former bandmate is Sinead O'Connor next?
It's getting hot in heeerrre
Lounge has never been cheesier than Richard Cheese cutting up on "Me So Horny"
The Z-Boys roll into Dogtown again, and truth is cooler than fiction
What's in a name?
Your favorite Southwest café is now undead
Team trains with playoffs on the brain
50 First Dates is a patchy toss-off strictly for Sandler fans
How a slick-talking drifter took America's Venice for a ride
Crooks abound in the world of long distance. But it takes a really good crook to steal from the other crooks.
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
Two Fort Lauderdale restaurants pass muster -- just barely
Looking for fun? Crush will leave you blue
A monster pooch descends upon Hawaii in Lilo & Stitch
A steamy Latin dance becomes the focus of a superheated cyberbattle
Dead Elvis at Sunrise promises morning in America
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June 24 - 30, 1999