Schadenfreude is a dish best served hot. So it was with great relish we learned that one of our least favorite people, Nixon protege/apologist and political hitman Roger Stone, folded like a cheap suit on L.A. talk radio last week at the first sign of resistance to Stone's current scam, a book on th ... More >>
Herbert Breuer was born in Vienna Neustadt, Austria, in March 1924. When Hitler came to power, his father was taken to a concentration camp but released; the man and his sons fled to the U.S. in 1940, when Herb was 16. In 1942 at age 18, Breuer joined the U.S. Army as an engineer/tool-and-die maker ... More >>
John LinnAs a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2010, coming in May, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.No. 11: Topneck Clams on the Half Shell From Tark's of DaniaThis blue- ... More >>
Got the gist of why Nixon is a prick? Then don't bother with Frost/Nixon. Unless you like acting.
For suburbanites, The Lion King is something like the arrival of the Rapture
Here's some true or false questions about soon-to-be Miami Herald editor Anders Gyllenhaal, who is leaving the Minneapolist Star Tribune to take the helm at SFla's most widely circulated daily in a couple of months: 1. He is uncle to movie star siblings Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal. 2. During his ... More >>
It's Prince Mongo's planet. We only live on it.
"Hispanic heritage" is hard to find at ArtServe and Gallery Six By Michael Mills
Suffrage in the city
In Errol Morris' documentary, Robert McNamara considers the lessons of war
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
Palm Beach's most exclusive club opens up, but not too far
Hawks versus doves versus free-weekly lovers versus anti-Semitic rag haters
Thirteen Days dutifully takes viewers on a ride through a particularly bumpy period of world history