Have you always wanted to express your love for the Miami Marlins and at the same time sport Hello Kitty swag? If so, you're in luck, because that's a really real thing now that you can totally do. Sanrio Inc., the mother ship behind the Hello Kitty brand, has signed on to partner with Major League ... More >>
ESPN Large Talking Head Person Keith Olbermann went on his show last night to wag his tsk-tsk finger at the media for hyperboling LeBron James' 61-point performance on Monday night. In a segment called "The Greatest Game Ever Played... for One Day," Olbermann comes full circle on GRANDPA IS MAKING ... More >>
Everyone knows Miami is the place Hollywood goes calling when it wants sexy done right. Various films, from The Godfather, Part II to Scarface to Pain & Gain, have been shot in the Magic City. But what many don't know is that a lot of films were also shot in Fort Lauderdale. And we're not just ... More >>
President Obama was in Florida yesterday during a bus tour, hitting up Melbourne, West Palm Beach, and inexplicably getting a bear hug from a pizza guy. Obama spoke to roughly 6,000 people at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, telling them that if he can win Florida, he will win the election. ... More >>
There's been a common theme among this year's GOP presidential candidates -- firmly planting their lips on the buttcheeks of Sen. Marco Rubio and dropping his name as a potential running mate.If that's a ploy to win Florida in a general election, it won't help, according to survey results release ... More >>
mariahburton.blogspot.comAbout a year after former Broward Circuit Judge Ana Gardiner resigned from her post amid a Judicial Qualifications Commission inquiry over allegations of a relationship with a former prosecutor, she's now reported to be engaged to the lawyer who defended her through ... More >>
Moquila is dead! Long live Moquila! Perhaps that's being a bit over-dramatic, but it's true. The old Moquila has bit the eternal agave. But come June 14, the new Moquila will be born in the same space on Southeast Mizner Boulevard, albeit with a new owner, chef and menu. In order, that woul ... More >>
As soon as we heard about the death of George Steinbrenner, we couldn't help but think about his Fort Lauderdale connection. After all, the Yankees did spend 33 spring-training years down here. Not all of those were good years, if memory serves, since more than once did ol' George pull one of tho ... More >>
Flickr User: leyla.aJohnny and Michelle Damon: Baseball pays the bills, but politics -- and Crist -- is the passionCharlie Crist and wife Carole Rome are recently returned from a star-studded fund-raising trip to the Hamptons. Rome's ex, Todd Rome, was not invited, probably because he was a threat t ... More >>
If baseball players like South Florida homeboy ARod can use banned substances to gain supernatural powers, it seems only fair that I should be able to call upon supernatural powers to reincarnate a group of the 20th Century's best: players who managed to post their sensational statistics in an era w ... More >>
You won't find tourists at this dive a block from the beach — and that's how we like it.
As the economy goes further into the tank, there's at least one guy in Broward County whose business appears to be thriving like never before: David Bogenschutz, the go-to defense attorney for ethically challenged judges, indicted politicians, and just about anyone else with a high pr ... More >>
One way to lose the blues is singin' the blues. Or sparring with Kilmo at the Alley.
Stop the Presses
It's better down where it's wetter
Wordplay explores the cult of the crossword puzzle.
Eric Goertz did a lot of damage with his spray cans. But he's not the big tagger fish cops sought.
A bizarrely unorthodox defender of the faith puts the fire to some lukewarm Jews
A $60 million park may bring Broward into the bigs of the world's second most popular sport
At this bar, you can watch baseball. The food is competitive too.
Competitive marlin fishers do lots of drinking, tell lots of tales, and, oh yes, sometimes they catch fish.
At the nation's premier polo grounds, a row of ficus separates rich from poor
No one has lived through more of South Florida's baseball past than Vicente Lopez
After years in the shadow of Luther Campbell, Joe Weinberger has emerged with his own label -- and a tainted reputation
With a little smoke, a few mirrors, and an ego big enough to reach California, Craig Marquardo wants to build his own movie-making empire in South Florida
December 17 - 23, 1998