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The wall: a six-foot stack of blue bricks. The mission: go up and over it, the first hurdle in a 16-part obstacle course. Me: suddenly, surprisingly nervous. The vertical lift has resurrected some anxiety from seventh-grade gym, where the prospect of flinging my pear-shaped, hormone-chemistry set ... More >>
A recent study on bridges by the Associated Press found that 7,795 of the nation's bridges have been designated both "structurally deficient" and "fracture critical," meaning that almost 8,000 U.S. bridges are under an increased risk of collapsing. But the same study says Florida's bridges remain a ... More >>
Oktoberfest is here again, folks. It is the time of year to party like a German in brown leather pants, guzzling endless liters of barley and malt brews. We know -- sporting lederhosen in South Florida's penetrating heat is not a logistical reality, considering the risk of massive chaffing and poten ... More >>
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries cover-up.
Big Fish's catch of the day.
After even a police chief called them unfit, these officers continue to patrol Hollywood's streets
DJ Da Lua
McKeever's new play probes the meaning of one man's phenomenal good fortune
Once a drag queen, Willie Rios plans to enter the sacred world of Santería priesthood
Downtown Fort Lauderdale residents rehabbing a neighborhood say you can take that stadium site and put it elsewhere
At his new crib in Miramar, rapper Trick Daddy is smokin'out with his homies. Shows he's keeping it real and... going gold.
The Amazing Randi claimed the Miami Circle site was actually a septic tank, not an archaeological find. He's having second thoughts.
For years Everett Hobby has net-fished offshore for ballyhoo. Only recently has he been considered a criminal for doing so.