Long before Lindsay Lohan, Drew Barrymore, and Macaulay Culkin, there was Shirley Temple. The child star started her film career during the Great Depression. Often portraying a plucky orphan who remains cheerful in dire circumstances, the pint-sized talent sang her way into the hearts of the world. ... More >>
Featuring threesome seekers, cokehead judges, hockey dads from hell and, quite naturally, Greg Abbott.
A 20-year-old woman was booked on charges of animal cruelty Friday after police received multiple reports of a video in which she allegedly is seen kicking at three geese at Twin Hills Park, while a child can be heard laughing in the background. The police report states that in the video, the woma ... More >>
Youse guys are really funny, you know that? When we asked you to name your favorite pairing -- be it human couple, fictional characters, or...whatever...we weren't sure what we were going to get. After all, our examples were kind of lame. (Tarzan and Cheetah?) But leave it to the smartest people o ... More >>
A lot of people have an intense fear of bees. Whether you were stung as a child or just traumatized from young Macaulay Culkin's death in My Girl, the buzzing little insect has picked up a bad rep. And yet, the prolific pollinators are integral to our food supply. Without bees, most of the plants w ... More >>
Welcome to this week's post of the Broward-Palm Beach edition of Mug-Shot Friday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mug shots from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, and femmes fatale. Check out Miami New Times' Riptide blog for the Miami-Dade edition ... More >>
The original superstar DJ makes a move to South Beach.
See that? Two box-office-smashing, kid-friendly movie titles made into one! And we already have a screenplay, courtesy of the real-life 13-year-old boy (in the movie he'll be 3, probably) who drove from Boca to Fort Lauderdale, bought a ticket with his dad's credit card, and ended up in San Jose, wh ... More >>
Music biopics Hollywood won't make
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