Paula Deen is known for her Southern charm, boisterous laugh, and liberal use of butter. But, if the National Enquirer is correct, the "lady" may also be known for her racial slurs and the most politically-incorrect "dream party" ever.
By http://heatherbuckley.com.uk via Flickr Creative CommonsBraaaiiiiinnnnsssss...Er, beeeeerrrrrrrr, on the Zombie CrawlYou know the fate of Halloween procrastinators, don't you? It looks a little something like this: bags of that terrible orange and black peanut butter wax-like taffy to hand out ... More >>
National EnquirerCasey Anthony's imaginary escape to Mexico.Below the item about Sandra Bullock being "betrayed" by Ryan Reynolds but above the piece on Monica Lewinsky's "sad and lonely life" on the front page of the National Enquirer, there's a big old centerpiece on Casey Anthony's "secret esc ... More >>
You want to hear some political B.S.? Just listen to Broward County Commissioner Stacy Ritter when she opens her mouth to talk. Here's what she said yesterday during a discussion about the new courthouse: RitterRITTER: "Every time someone on this dais says the voters voted down the cour ... More >>
The last time the Atlanta Hawks had won a playoff game on the road, Dwyane Wade was 15 years old. He hadn't thought about Marquette, the Final Four, the NBA Finals, MVPs, or STDs. But last night, Miami was about as intimidating as Jeff Goldblum was in the 1997 smash Jurassic Park 2 -- which is ... More >>
Corruption-busting lawyer Bruce Udolf wants to be Broward sheriff. After the Ken Jenne experience, though, are voters too suspicious of lawyers turned cops?
What Now, Truth Seeker?
New Theatre's Affluenza! offers a head-clearing breath of cynicism for the holidays
Forget the awful past, Palm Beach's sugar barons say. It's time to make nicey-nicey and go into real estate.
Client (Toast Hawaii/Mute)
David Gans finds life after the Grateful Dead
Is he a writer, director, actor or...sex symbol? Um, yes--and more
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Boys Don't Cry
April 22-28, 1999
Why is Stuart's revered black superlawyer, champion of the little guy, defending Big Sugar against its own workers? Money.
February 11 - 17, 1999
The owners wanted to open a fun store in downtown Fort Lauderdale. After three burglaries in a month, the novelty wore off.
January 14 - 20,1999