The Hollywood Beach Broadwalk is many things. It's great for people-watching and rollerblading, for example. And -- of course -- our favorite: eating and drinking. But with an expansive strip offering one establishment after another, it's not too long before you start to notice a few Greek menus a ... More >>
For an authentic taste of Greece, Palm Beach residents look no further than Zorba's Taverna, a new eatery now open in Delray Beach. With decades' worth of combined experience, owners Bobby and father Taso Orfanos joined with restaurateur Bill Maxakoulis to open Zorba's last December. The trio is d ... More >>
Several weeks ago, we made a terrible mistake, one that warranted immediate regret. We asked to start receiving Gov. Rick Scott's news releases. And then came a deluge of good news. If we hadn't known any better, we would have thought Rick Scott was doing something, well, not evil. Which brought ... More >>
A few weeks ago, the first presidential debate took place, in which Barack Obama was replaced by a sock puppet and Mitt Romney was declared President for Life. The Mittbot was spirited and on the offense, while pointing his finger and blaming the president for all the ills of society while Obummer j ... More >>
When a patron sits down at the bar, the bartender immediately sizes up him or her and wonders: "Is this an amateur who is going to cheapskate me out of a tip? Or is this person a pro drinker?" We know -- it's not nice to stereotype. But it takes a seasoned bartender only a moment to deduce all he ne ... More >>
Know of a restaurant that's under new management and deserves a fresh look? E-mail us -- email@example.com -- and we'll try to pop in for a visit. It's not every day that you get invited to check out a sausage factory. And no, it's not in Wilton Manors. Get your mind out of the gutter. All j ... More >>
At one point in his youth, chef Gary Wood seriously considered pursuing a career as a cop or a lawyer in Long Island, New York. A move to Florida and a job at a wing joint eventually led to culinary school and a new passion: "I just fell in love (with cooking)."The chef now heads the line at Ernie's ... More >>
Original post, 2:37 a.m.:Legislation was considered late Thursday night to specifically ban the indefinite detention of persons detained on American soil on suspicion of terrorism.It was an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013, and would settle the most controvers ... More >>
The Broward County Sheriff's Office (BSO) is one of the largest sheriff's departments in the country. It provides law enforcement, firefighting, and emergency medical services to areas across the county, as well as other services like corrections and parole supervision. Sheriff Al Lamberti is facing ... More >>
Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon usually get the most visual time due to a weird flux of romance, musical chemistry, and pale-facedness. It has always been the more astute individuals who've commented that the actual reasons, the true-deal reasons as to why Sonic Youth has chugged along for three decad ... More >>
Clean Plate Charlie is pitting our eight best dining areas against one another in a March Madness-style bracket. Later this month, we'll crown a winner -- an undisputed champion city that can boast to have the best food scene in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Below, read up on number-three-seed ... More >>
The piano man is giving up on his commuter yacht.If you've been down Las Olas recently, you might have noticed a stunning yacht full of wood trim and chrome accents, docked unceremoniously at the corner of Fiesta Way. If you've got about $2 million to blow, it's yours. Bonus: You can tell your fr ... More >>
George Sims in the library of Willow Wood.George Sims, a resident of Fort Lauderdale assisted-living facility Willow Wood, is two years older than the city in which he lives. Sims celebrated his 102nd birthday November 11, two weeks before the lights at the Las Olas beach entrance were illuminate ... More >>
Flickr User: Alida's PhotosOne alleged victim says he met Zada at Fire Island,a gay vacation destinationNational media coverage of the Joe Zada investment scandal has so far focused on his relationships with the Wellington-based equestrian community as well as with the former hockey star, Sergei ... More >>
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Oh Christine, will you be my Valentine?
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We'll do anything to get the green stuff. Even go to Boca.
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Redemption wasn't on our minds when we hit the Falcon House
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The Boca Museum's portrait show is sooo 1950
Langerado stacks a full plate of excellent music
The subculture that would not (un)die lusts for new blood
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The quality of Fat Cat's chow is decidedly (meow) mixed
What we talk about when we talk about lighter-weight stuff
Anitas Grill Mexicano, the sibling of Eduardo de San Angel, is also heaven-sent
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