Here in South Florida, sushi spots are as familiar as burger bars and taco food trucks -- and a lot of them have the same myriad interpretations of the spider and California roll at varying price points. First-time restaurateur Scott Kennedy hopes to stand out in the crowded sushi marketplace. ... More >>
Chris Kirchhoff, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com By 10 a.m., the plates of ham, eggs, and bacon are steaming on the bar at Slainte Irish Pub in Boynton Beach, next to fresh bloody marys. Julie Murphy, a redhead wearing a yellow T-shirt with the words Ke Nako ("It's Time") emblazoned on the back, command ... More >>
Flickr user: April A. TaylorThanks for the helping hand, Bloomberg.Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration has devised an ingenious way to cut down on the number of homeless families in New York City shelters: Handing out one-way tickets to leave town. And what's one of the most popular destinat ... More >>
Yesterday, just before leaving to represent the U.S. in its only appearance in the FIFA Confederations Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Boca Raton native Jozy Altidore tweeted: "Do you believe? I know I do!!!"On Wednesday, the 19-year-old striker scored the first of the two goals (video above) th ... More >>
Laura Reed & Deep Pocket drops just a pinch of Africa into its Southern soul
R&B singer KEM has spent the past year recording a promising new album but finding even greater joy offstage
Hugh Masekela talks about the highs and lows of a journey through music
Live at the Market Theatre (Times Square)
Bokoor Beats (Otrabanda)
For 40 years, Hugh Masekela has brought African music around the world.
A South African street fighter finds new life in the wrenching redemption tale Tsotsi.
Talking lefty politics blues with Napalm Death's Barney Greenway
Released from apartheid, Lucky Dube faces a new enemy
Letters for July 19, 2001
Even half a world away from the scene of the crime, the legacy of apartheid still haunts South Africa's white expatriates