Last night's "Great Debate" at Palm Beach State College on marijuana legalization was informative, entertaining and, for the most part, fairly predictable. Who won? If audience reaction was any guide -- and the audience was by no means a crowd of freaks, more your typical American whitebread college ... More >>
October is a month that celebrates many things: Halloween, apples, cranberries, cookies, chilli, vegetarian awareness, and plenty of other not-so important options. You will, however, be noticing a bunch of pink popping up all over town -- and no, it's not National Legally Blonde Month or anything ... More >>
Ever vigilant, Florida's Tea Party stalwarts have (metaphor alert) a new target in their crosshairs: Common Core. Depending on whom you believe, Common Core is either 1) "a set of standards that stops the regurgitation of facts and starts the critical analysis and problem solving in our classrooms" ... More >>
A drop kick from the ocean a few blocks north of downtown Fort Lauderdale's waterfront hustle, you'll find Thasos Greek Taverna -- the new Greek restaurant from first-time restaurateurs Gus Leontarakis and Sophia Mylona. The building at the corner of A1A and Oakland Park Boulevard was once a Denny's ... More >>
When Andrew W.K. last visited Fort Lauderdale, it was as ringmaster of the Dos Equis' Most Interesting Show in the World. His abbreviated set left us wanting more party. By our official count, the Party Captain played only five songs. We were happy that most of those were off of his epically clas ... More >>
George Sims in the library of Willow Wood.George Sims, a resident of Fort Lauderdale assisted-living facility Willow Wood, is two years older than the city in which he lives. Sims celebrated his 102nd birthday November 11, two weeks before the lights at the Las Olas beach entrance were illuminate ... More >>
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Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously
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