WLPG's Chris Haggerty will be making an appearance on By The Glass Show tonight to talk about the St. Baldrick's Foundation event happening at Mickey Byrne's Irish Pub in Hollywood. The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that funds childhood cancer research and provides more re ... More >>
The powers that be at Sundy House in Delray Beach are building a female-led kitchen. Florida native Sarah Sipe, 31, has been hired at the historic hotel as head pastry chef. She joins a team that includes executive chef and former Top Chef: Texas contestant Lindsay Autry. Sipe is a Johnson & Wales ... More >>
Republic of Korea owner and chef Michael Kwon chose to open his first restaurant in Lauderhil for a pretty good reason. He hoped a cluster of places offering Korean barbecue and Asian-inspired tapas would create a sort of Little Korea in Broward County. Kwon was born in South Florida to immigrant p ... More >>
From Sombrero Reef down in the Keys to the waters of West Palm Beach, red barrel sponges are disintegrating at worrisome rates. The culprit is unknown, and state scientists are busy trying to figure out just how widespread the disease outbreak is.At the end of April, Ed Tichenor of Palm Beach C ... More >>
Here's the latest from a 9:10 p.m. press conference from authorities about the shooting this afternoon; information is pulled together from the FBI, Broward Sheriff's Office and other news sources.From FBI spokesman Tim Donovan:It started at about 2:20 p.m., when a man stole a car at the intersectio ... More >>
County Grind is counting down 2011's best local albums in South Florida. Monitor our progress here.On their sophomore LP Glazin', Miami's Jacuzzi Boys exhibit no signs of slumping. If anything, the group is entering its prime. Everything that was great about previous album No Seasons is here, wit ... More >>
Smokestacks similar to this one spewed some nasty stuff under Portuondo's reign at Montenay.If there was any question whether Florida Gov. Rick Scott favored business over the environment, this week he ended the debate. Scott appointed a businessman with a history of environmental problems to ove ... More >>
Michael Bennett Chef Michael Bennett, writing his cookbook. Chef Michael Bennett is a native Floridian, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and a passionate chef who truly believes in cooking creatively and making a meal memorable for his guests. Chef Bennett loves his ... More >>
Chef Howie Kleinberg is not just another barbecue cook. Owner of Bulldog BBQ in North Miami Beach, Kleinberg is a classically trained chef with a background that includes stints at the five-star/five-diamond InterContinental Miami and the Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne. Clean Plate Charli ... More >>
Here's what's happening in South Florida news this Monday morning:Scott Rothstein is said to have hired Mafia associates on the pretext of needing their help shredding documents that could damage the investigation into his Ponzi scheme, but while they took the money, the mobsters never destroyed ... More >>
Here are your local headlines for Broward and Palm Beach:Broward Judge Ana Gardiner will be tried by the Judicial Qualifications Commission in September over allegations that she displayed a "lack of candor" in answering questions by the commission about her relationship with attorney Howard Sche ... More >>
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries cover-up.
At Origin, the beautiful room is no longer empty.
from Tobiashm's flickr It's Thursday folks, like to drink? It's a good day to start. Here are some places to do it around the city: Ortanique on the Mile - 278 Miracle Mile - Coral Gables 305.446.7710 - website Thursday Ultra Hours with Free Champagne tasting 5:30 p.m. till the bubbles run dry.D ... More >>
101 Haitian refugees sailed north full of hope. They got screwed.
Well, New Times, anyway
Three little South Florida girls make costly bids to be America's next tennis champ
Once a lifeline and a symbol, Chalk's delivered death
Making the top 500 in pro tennis is a big investment.
The Sun-Sentinel's news station, WFTL-AM (850), was an oasis of local talk. Now it's just another haven for hate.
Bikers, gourmands, 30,000 country fans, and bare boobies collide at a massive chili cook-off. Bottoms up!
Old Florida still exists. It's over there behind those condos.
Video producers spend big bucks to promote the Jamaican beat
The football stars of tomorrow get drilled today
A Delray businessman's cards create an international stir
Charting a course through Florida history
Cut the bureaucrats some slack
With encouragement from a Broward foundation, scientists hope to restore the struggling billfish population