Representatives of all three South Florida native people's groups -- the Seminole Tribe, the Independent Traditional Seminole Nation, and the Miccosukee Tribe -- got an early start on Columbus Day this year, marking the date with education and networking on what they see as a new form of colonizatio ... More >>
Scallop season usually begins on the first of July and runs through September 24 and has done so for a very long time. This past May, Gov. Rick Scott asked the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to expand the harvest by three days in an effort to boost the economies of the scall ... More >>
Sheldon Adelson, the mega-rich casino magnate who last week donated $2.5 million to the anti-Amendment 2 group Drug Free Florida, also happens to have his own medical research group. And according to that group's own studies, medical marijuana has been shown to aid those who suffer from multiple sc ... More >>
Monsanto gets a bad rap, y'all. Sure they're genetically-altering food and people are in a huff about it. But let's play Devil's advocate here, shall we? Maybe genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and genetically engineered (GE) foods aren't so bad? Maybe the whole debate was started by other cor ... More >>
As many as 30 to 40 short-finned pilot whales have stranded themselves in Florida's Everglades National Park. As many as ten have beached themselves, with four having already died, according to officials. The pod was first seen on Tuesday, about 30 miles from Flamingo in Monroe County.
Coral reefs have taken a beating in recent decades. Ask someone who dove off the Florida coast in the '70s and he'll tell you the reefs today are a shadow of what they once were.Overfishing, reckless coastal development, pollution, careless boaters, and human plundering have all had a p ... More >>
365beers.blogspot.comUntil I started writing about beer a couple years ago, the only reds I'd had were hyper-sweet lambics and Killian's from the '90's, the Coors-bought lager made red by caramelized, malted barley. I was underwhelmed by them until I sipped a gueuze.Though it's also a lambic, the ... More >>
Admittedly, I can't even suck on a ringlet of my own hair without convincing myself I'm developing a case of trichophagia. So when word came this week that scientists working at a university in Beijing were developing a method to create "large quantities of human-derived gelatin" for eh, human co ... More >>
Mike Licht (NotionsCapital.com) via Creative CommonsNothing is safe, nothing is sacred.
Gevinson's Jatropha: Profitable and entirely legal!Teri Gevinson thinks money grows on trees. That's why she's planted 9,500 jatropha trees in Delay Beach, on land where pepper and tomato farmers had long since packed up their hoes and gone home in disgust. The jatropha is the next big thing in a ... More >>
Opening play offers real interpersonal exploration.
Yo, Bat Mitzvah Sweetie
Cluster & Eno (Water)
Can a hardy little moth stop the fern that wants to eat the Everglades?
Origami at Morikami -- it's a natural
O'Hara's Jazz Café & Swing Street Bistro
Tyrannosaurus Hives (Interscope)
Charm Wrestling by Summer Blanket
All American Gator Products
Let's see that Pearl Drops smile!
The Jungle Queen Island
Secret Woods Nature Center
Massage Therapeutics Spa
John U. Lloyd Beach State Park
Early hours, flashers, and backaches: It's all part of the job for Broward County's turtle protectors
Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
West Lake Park/Anne Kolb Nature Center
January 29 - February 4, 1998