A Hobe Sound man decided to do a shitload of cocaine around a bunch of alligators and then locked his keys in his car. All excellent ideas rolled into one! When the man realized he had locked his keys in his car, he had an even grander idea. In order to avoid the supposed large gators, he decide ... More >>
A 6-year old boy was attacked by an eight-foot alligator at the edge of the Refuge Lee Road boat ramp on the L-40 canal at the A.R.M. Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge on Friday afternoon. The boy, Joey Welch, had slipped and fallen into the shallow water when the alligator lunged at him, grippi ... More >>
John Textor doesn't want to talk to the press."I don't trust any of you," he said to a reporter on a recent weekday afternoon, answering the door of his cloistered Hobe Sound house in a faded green polo shirt, slacks, and sandals.See also:- Digital Domain's student labor plantationThe former CEO of ... More >>
If you live in South Florida and often are at shows, it is entirely possible that we've made eye contact. This is because I like to glare intensely at people, and also because I spend my afternoons obsessively checking events on Facebook, looking for concerts to attend once the sun has set. ... More >>
Flickr: ramparts54There's no need to trek to the boondocks for your gas.Fox 29 didn't disappoint this morning. As part of their usual repertoire of using minifacts to fill the two-hour morning news segment, they provided loyal readers with some cheap gas prices. This would be nice and useful ... More >>
Flickr: BurningQuestionJonathan Dickinson State Park in Hobe Sound.
Flickr: Photo by Alan LightThe Reynolds 'stache in full bloom at the 1992 EmmysWe have some splendid local mustaches, but the only suspense in this week's contest was for readers who forgot that Burt Reynolds is eligible based on his brief residence at a West Palm Beach addiction treatment center ... More >>
Watch the Fins try to seal the deal at their final home game
A bluesy tale about the cowboy who roped us in with a veggie trick.
Hoping to return to his family, Gregorio Ruiz strived and died in America
Gov. Bush's Scripps gamble is sucking up state funds -- and the Everglades with it
On Las Olas, paintings and sculptures compete for space with the café crowd
Food glorious food
Everglades National Park's subsurface tsuris
Before he dies of Lou Gehrig's disease, Phil Snaith wants to accomplish one final goal: force the state to allow assisted suicides
Long hours. Low pay. Hardly any rights. It's the life of Palm Beach County's hidden underclass: migrant farm workers.
The whole point of Billy Bowman's annual bash is to eat, drink, and party with real Floridians of all types
West Palm Beach financier Warren Mosler has created a unique car that flies off the line but is slow out of the show room
October 8 - 14, 1998