Here was the groom: poured into a slim Givenchy tux, hair mowed short, smile big. There was the bride: in Givenchy too — a white dress that modestly sheathed her Jessica Rabbit frame like cloud cover hiding an Alp. And there between the couple, his face bright as a polished coin, was a thin fi ... More >>
When it comes to Thanksgiving turkey, side dishes, and desserts are at the forefront of most people's minds. Unless you're an amateur wine aficionado, it's probably not until you go to set the table that you realize there's no fermented grape juice to go with your meal. Consider this your reminder. ... More >>
Say, for a moment, you've got only one night to spend in South Florida. How would you sample the local beer scene? Luckily, we've assembled a list of some of the best and brightest locally produced beers. With new breweries opening seemingly every few months and the beer culture expanding faster t ... More >>
Fort Lauderdale has no dearth of restaurant options. Want to throw on your fanciest LBD? Go for it. Craving something fast and casual? Just take a drive down US1. Desire dining al fresco? You're sure to find something on Las Olas. Looking for a small laid-back place with inventive food, great ... More >>
At 32 East in Delray Beach, Executive Chef Nick Morfogen is known for using seasonally fresh French Périgord black truffles and white Italian Alba truffles whenever they're available. Unlike a majority of South Florida kitchens that use truffle-infused oils (some even synthetic versions, gasp!) in ... More >>
Influential music blog Brooklyn Vegan loves its Florida citrus lately. Just yesterday, it featured fuzz-tastic shoegaze group Band in Heaven's new hallucinogenic, flashback-inducing video for its song "Sludgy Dreams." Today, the national hipster-insider website featured another Palm Beach Count ... More >>
by quinetSouth Florida's Cuban community raised a bit of an uproar this week over Mercedes-Benz's decision to flash an image of Ernesto Guevara, AKA Che, during a presentation in Las Vegas.The company altered the iconic photo of the Argentine revolutionary so he was sporting the Mercedes logo on ... More >>
collegebasketballtalk.comSanta's toy bag for the Vancouver cops.Vancouver cops apparently thought it was a bit suspicious when they pulled over a guy with a bag full of mail. They were apparently right, after they discovered that the Fort Lauderdale resident was allegedly running an international ... More >>
Sam Calagione hosts Discovery Channel's new show about craft beer, Brew Masters.All I have to say is, boy, am I thirsty.Update: Apparently I wasn't the only one who thought the Blue Moon commercials were ridiculous.Brew Masters, a new television show starring Dogfish Head Beer owner Sam Calagione ... More >>
ieatishootipost.sgIf Palm Beach is known for anything its as an enclave for the rich and powerful, a place where the Rush Limbaughs of the world can duck into their mansions like shells on a crab's back. But halfway across the world, Palm Beach is known as the birthplace of one of Singapore's mos ... More >>
Hold your fire, save your ammo, and belly up to the bar at the Lodge.
This Valentine's may be your best chance for years to come to eat oysters.
For decades Hollywood Beach has been the only one in South Florida that could offer tourists an array of small, independent hotels at low nightly rates. That gave the neighborhood a distinct slow-tempo style, and it gave the South Florida's hospitality industry a bit of variety.But the small Hollywo ... More >>
FAU's wild Darwinians are at it again. And this time, they want to measure your nutsack.
Hollywood claims the sky is falling. To which we say Puh-lease.
South Florida writers live the life
Chef Michael Blum is a big show-off
Hollywood's Joe LaRue has choked down strange stuff to become one of the world's elite eaters
A $60 million park may bring Broward into the bigs of the world's second most popular sport
Or, what does Miramax have against Asian films?
Motorcycle sound and fury signify nothing but do kinda rock, a little
How a slick-talking drifter took America's Venice for a ride
The food? The chef? The wine? Don't take the off ramp.
A Miramar family gets the full suspect treatment
At the nation's premier polo grounds, a row of ficus separates rich from poor
Sure, the prices are high, but Black Orchid Cafe still delivers delectable bang for your buck
Dean Wareham long, long ago left Galaxie far, far away
A Delray businessman's cards create an international stir
Or: How I learned to start worrying and hate the bullet train
Letters for September 13, 2001
Even half a world away from the scene of the crime, the legacy of apartheid still haunts South Africa's white expatriates
Whats the Chef Du Jour? Its the guy in your kitchen making you a five-course gourmet meal.
Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis is the guy behind the guys
Evangelical radical Bill Gothard's Character First! curriculum teaches students in Fort Lauderdale to obey his will
The recent bust of a Hollywood importer sheds light on an illegal reptile trade that has adventurous smugglers making easy money
December 4-10, 1997