Small acts of defiance have sometimes sparked political infernos. December 1955: Seamstress Rosa Parks refuses to sit in the back of the bus and touches off the Montgomery bus boycott. August 1980: Electrician Lech Walesa hops a fence at the Gdansk shipyards and goes on to lead a strike that opens a ... More >>
At the very moment public hysteria about government snooping has reached a new, fevered pitch, the radical environmentalists of Everglades Earth First! have decided to hold a very public workshop on the art and science of direct action. Non-violent protest that may involve civil disobedience, direct ... More >>
About two years, Mark Fee started brewing beer on his stove at home. The firefighter paramedic took up brewing as a hobby to let off steam. It didn't take long for some of his friends and fellow firefighters to join in on the brew making. It took only a few tries for the guys to figure out that th ... More >>
You may or may not know it, but today is officially Talk Like A Pirate Day. It's silly, odd and slightly annoying, particularly with your co-worker walking around the office and saying, "Arrgghh!" all day like an asshole. But, whatever, it's all in good fun. Certainly Lake Worth Mayor Pam Triolo s ... More >>
The local hardcore legend opens his mouth again
Deepa Mehta completes her trilogy amid outrage from Hindu fundamentalists.
Saves the Day knows what makes a hero.
Father Gerard Jean-Juste is no outlaw. He's a Magic City hero.
These studs are no duds
He's a Catholic priest who plans to marry his gay partner
The dreadlocked progeny of reggae's biggest brightest icon carries the torch
Ornate Indian dance offers "Riverdance with a conscience"
Indian classical singer Lakshmi Shankar
The Rev. D. James Kennedy teaches that homosexuality is a sin. Richard Murphy loves him anyway.
Anna and the King