Cheryl Shuman likes to be called the Martha Stewart of marijuana. She runs the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club out of L.A., which sells one of the first designer brands of pot. Her product runs $750 an ounce and comes wrapped in 14-carat gold. New customers often get star treatment: Chefs will come to t ... More >>
Well now, this is rather big/historical/excellent news. On Wednesday, the Broward County School District unanimously passed a formal resolution recognizing October as LGBT History Month.The resolution is meant to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) role models and their important s ... More >>
You've probably read about the construction of Broward School Board Member Jennifer Gottlieb's pet school in Hollywood that wasn't needed at all but still cost taxpayers some $25 million and ruined a neighborhood park. GottliebThe school, Beachside Montessori Village (which is ne ... More >>
Photo courtesy USA FootballChris Merritt, the Miami coach leading the USA TeamIt's liable to get lost in the avalanche of pregame media coverage, but on January 30, Fort Lauderdale's Lockhart Stadium will host the first-ever Junior World Championship, pitting 45 of America's best football players ... More >>
Cox clocked me, then I puked, recalls the old music journalist
Ten Tons of Smackdown and You
David Lynchºs Inland Empire comes out on DVD this week. Nathan Lee chats with the director about digital video, putrefied experiences, and tapioca.David Lynch|Inland Empireweb title: Inland Empire
Hard Candy turns the tables on an online pedophile.
Lights and Sounds (Capitol)
As LSD does a slow fade, a Fort Lauderdale researcher keeps the science trip going
Decoration Day (New West)
A cadre of smart South Florida music entrepreneurs is bringing the area into the mainstream
Some terrific tastes are coming out of Michael's Kitchen; if he could just work on the service...
Districting in Hollywood was supposed to ensure at least one minority candidate on the commission. Think again.
Having a little pun
Is Feliciano Valentino Beneby a cold-blooded murderer, the victim of a rare mental disorder, or both?
Take a number and wait. That, in essence, is what the Broward County courts are telling crime victims even those who get shot at.