Here's what's making news in South Florida this morning:Broward County Administrator Bertha Henry gave a stern warning to the commissioners that they'll need to raise taxes this year or else face a round of budget cuts that would risk, well, anarchy? [Sun-Sentinel]At the Seagull School in Fort La ... More >>
It's Thanksgiving week. Let's check the headlines:Take a wild guess why a "youth minister" is in the news. (It's the only reason they're ever in the news.) [Sun-Sentinel]As classmates mourn the deaths of the three Coral Springs teens killed last weekend after their car plunged into the canal, pol ... More >>
Let's scan the headlines for this Thursday morning:If you challenged Miramar resident Joe Otano to name one exceptional quality of living next door to Ellie Boudreau, here's what he'd say: "What really makes it stand out is the throwing of feces over into my property -- human feces." [WPLG] ... More >>
Hoops hero Rumeal Robinson blew a fortune on strippers, got indicted, and left his mom homeless.
flickr.com On Twitter, Michael Beasley was "GorillaBeas"Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley checked into a rehab facility in Houston over the weekend, just days after a photo of the number two overall draft pick with what may have been a bag of pot made waves on sports blogs across the cou ... More >>
Although I like cranky British Chef Gordon Ramsay, I'm not really a huge fan of his Fox show Kitchen Nightmares. It's far too formulaic, for one - every episode shares the same story arc, with only the set pieces changing - and it's 99% about drama and only 1% about food. The show on which the it w ... More >>
Smarty-pantses gather at the Kingshead Pub in Sunrise.
This week, New Times publishes "Dwyane's Disaster," a cover story about Dwyane Wade's catastrophic partnership with Richard von Houtman, a British baron with a sordid past. Von Houtman has been making wild allegations about the Heat superstar's personal life since their business relationship dissol ... More >>
On the right, that's Corrine Brown, the Democratic congresswoman from Jacksonville considering a bid for U.S. Senate against Kendrick Meek. Here at Juice, we're worried she's going to realize it's an absurd idea, then disappear again. So for now, we're going to bask in her relevance. Above, a funny ... More >>
Flickr user: xiphoenix87Please help this man beat the Magic.Being a Cleveland sports fan requires a lifetime commitment to Prozac. The underdog city's teams have a habit of fostering great hopes before losing in some spectacular, nail-biting way. It's a bruising, emotional roller coaster that would ... More >>
Hip-hop for the high life.
... Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald even when you don't hit the big shot... For his latest piece of history, he gets a historically bad lede from the Sun-Sentinel: MIAMI - Let's see, Jermaine O'Neal wasn't rebounding.Daequan Cook wasn't hitting.And Udonis Haslem remains a shell of him ... More >>
South Florida's busiest head-spinner
One gets the impression that if there were eight days in a week, DJ Affect would be spinning each and every one of 'em. Hell, it's a bet he'd be spinning every day of the week if there were 10 or 12 or 20 -- that's how driven the cat is. When you're already spinning seven out of seven, what's a few ... More >>
This one deserves to be debated for awhile. In a somewhat shocking proclamation, Spin Magazine, recently named current Miami resident Lil Wayne as Rock Star of the Year. It's a nice gesture but you've got to wonder if he's really earned it?Before everyone jumps and curses Spin for trying to stir up ... More >>
Blood on Fort Lauderdale Beach
The McMahan clan tries a new way to attack our "Daddy's Girl" bombshell -- by dive-bombing Wikipedia
What did Nick say to Pat before they both bailed?
NBA 2K7 towers over the competition.
Get ready for the era of Broward County, the Gambling Mecca.
And make room for Pit Bulls
Shaq Ricky Quiles
Charity basketball is in Mourning
Where's the fire? In Deerfield Beach.
The Herald hustles on the Boulis murder while the Sentinel puts it in cruise control
Leon Hendricks is suing his former employer, fast-food giant Pepsico, for racism. He has the EEOC on his side.
February 26 - March 4, 1998