If you're heading to IKEA in Sunrise to pick up some cheap furniture and a snack, don't worry too much about finding remnants of Trigger in your lunch.Earlier in the week, authorities in the Czech Republic detected horse meat in IKEA meatballs. Initially, the furniture company removed meatballs from ... More >>
Chef Andy Trousdale, an expat form northern England has been in the South Florida culinary scene for a number of years. A former yacht chef and culinary instructor at the Art Institute, he's had ample experience with teaching culinary enthusiasts about a wide range of strange and exotic foods. ... More >>
Ever wonder how Van Gogh vodka got its name? According to the company's Master Distiller Tim Vos, the Dutch-made vodkas -- which feature more than 20 specialty flavors -- have as much color and character as famous Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh. OK, so that was an obvious answer, but here's so ... More >>
Broward State Attorney Mike Satz, who has held the office for 837 years and counting, has rarely faced a serious challenger in his reelection bids. This November, he'll be running against Republican Jim Lewis, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer who most recently ran (unsuccessfully) for attorney general.The m ... More >>
Tim Smith"Here is a black male hooker working black hooker road tonight."Tim Smith, the former city commissioner who once ran for mayor against Jim Naugle and is a frequent jogging buddy of Mayor Jack Seiler, runs a blog in which he sounds off on local issues. He blogged earlier this year about t ... More >>
-- Tamarac Mayor Beth Talabisco, a figure in the ongoing State Attorney's Office corruption investigation, was released from Broward General Hospital on Sunday after undergoing surgery for a serious medical condition. The Pulp wishes her a speedy recovery to good health. What impact&n ... More >>
The yacht where Florida's Senate candidate offered celebrities a chance at redemption.Senate candidate Jeff Greene has taken a beating in the national press this week for all the mayhem that has occurred aboard his 145-foot yacht, the Summerwind. Former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson told Spor ... More >>
Courtesy Theresa KewleyOllie the OctopusESPN would have you believe that Spain won the World Cup, and sure, there's some merit to that. But the true hero of the 2010 games was Paul, the "psychic" German octopus who correctly predicted the winner of Germany's seven matches as well as the champions ... More >>
For the past week, Sen. George LeMieux has been obsessed with skimmers. So obsessed that he's found one to match his salmon tie, as you can see above. Recently, Politifact.com busted out its bullshit detector and put LeMieux's claims to the test.
Flickr user: Newfie BulletThe Blazing Paddles find open arms in Hollywood.The City of Hollywood rarely gets a chance to shine as a beacon of political sanity. But after a strange, months-long tussle between dragon boaters, a lone kayaker, and Broward County commissioners, the scrappy city now loo ... More >>
Something Bent and beautiful at Rising Action Theatre.
Maybe there's method in the seeming madness of Adam Hasner's right-wing associations. The House majority leader from Boca Raton sparked controversy in late April when he took a break from the state budget to make public appearances with anti-Islam Dutch politician Geert Wilders. Based on exit polls ... More >>
It's been years since the television cameras stopped rolling, but Mike "Bogey" Boguslawski, the television icon who turned consumer reporting into performance art, is still plying his trade -- now in South Florida. A household name in Southern California, Bogey's gruff confrontational style endeared ... More >>
Hold your fire, save your ammo, and belly up to the bar at the Lodge.
Once again, S. Pellegrino has ranked the 100 Best Restaurants in the World, and nine of the top 50, including Momofuko Ssam Bar, which made the list for the first time this year, are in the United States. But we South Floridians are going to have to travel (and pay!) if we want to sample the best. ... More >>
The fun starts early next week with some Tuesday and Wednesday parties. Here are a few highlights.
In his latest think piece, Tribune Co. Chief Innovation Officer Lee Abrams describes the transformation of the company's national cable channel, WGN, into "WGN-America." "WHY 'AMERICA'? Because there's more to life than Hollywood and Manhattan," Abrams writes. "The channel will speak to Mi ... More >>
Locos por Juana, still skanking after all these years
Put your hands up for Fedde le Grand. Everyone knows Fedde le Grand, the Dutch DJ/producer who burst onto the mainstream dance scene with "Put Your Hands Up For Detriot." It was one of those tracks everybody easily loved. It had awesome hook, dirty beats, and an outrageous climatic peak. But with ... More >>
Sophie Milman is the new jazz starlet and one hell of an interview
Welcome to Wellington, home of hot studs, deep tans, and the mother of all custody showdowns. The child in question? A stallion named Bam Bam.
After 22 years, Ween is still keepin' it brown.
And the band plays on
Is South Florida's most notorious pimp peddling a fake cancer cure?
Pay for Play
Don't take Grandma to the International Extreme Music Festival
The SoFla sex industry is being taken over by grandfatherly procurers and Internet-surfing hos
Holland's quirky cult band keeps spreading that legendary pink stuff
Discovering Mastodon's North American metal heroics
How Joe Sacco learned to stop worrying and love war
Driving the point home with Kelly Joe Phelps riding shotgun
Dalva Duarte's visceral work dominates the lineup at the Coral Springs Museum of Art
Even half a world away from the scene of the crime, the legacy of apartheid still haunts South Africa's white expatriates
Aging porn publisher Al Goldstein ponders a run for sheriff, bordellos, and his dwindling obscenity empire
RCA's bottomless pit of revenue