In case the near-perfect weather forecasts for the weekend aren't enough to lure you out of the house, perhaps the chance to chow down and drink up in new and interesting ways will do the trick? After the jump, find a roundup of some of the food and drink activities taking place this weekend in Brow ... More >>
Cocaine costs more at the Galleria!â€‹The "war on drugs" is ludicrous, and everyone knows it. Seldom, however, do we have as clear evidence of its ludicrosity as that which appeared today in the Sun Sentinel. According to a story by Sofia Santana, an "international druck trafficker" named Rinat Agae ... More >>
From gallery shows to Kevin Spacey's planned murder, here's a collection of the season's best to come.
A son denied becomes a festering campaign issue haunting Commissioner Eggelletion as Election Day approaches
Cox clocked me, then I puked, recalls the old music journalist
Dania Beach still struggles to find racial harmony
Until Douglas came along, the consensus was that the Everglades was just a watery obstacle to development
A ragtag group of female wrestlers plays its part in the panoply of porn
Art Basel '06 is bigger than ever. Is bigger better?
One year later, questions remain about Deputy Todd Fatta's tragic death
Teri Weigel crossed Hef and went hardcore. Now she dances for drunken sailors.
Broward makes a federal case of it: No glass pipes for the kids this holiday season
How a slick-talking drifter took America's Venice for a ride
An end to Broward's Miracle on 34th Street is in sight
How two guys from Jersey grew up in South Florida and found their inner Billy Joel in the bowels of an 88
John Garon may be a partial quadriplegic, but he wields federal civil-rights lawsuits with consummate skill
Derek Cintron Styx it to the man
Combine a martial artist from Miami, a boxing trainer from Detroit, a mild-mannered Guyanese heavyweight, a dreadlocked ex-contender, and some Seminole money, and you get South Florida's hottest new boxing gym
A lesson in becoming a black power broker by doing business with the white media elite, courtesy of the controversial editor of The Broward Times
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.