Palm Beach entrepreneur Virginia Philip is an undisputed rockstar in the wine world. It only makes sense that she'd play a part in this weekend's Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival, where she'll lend her skills to three different festival events. Philip was but the tenth woman in the world to earn ... More >>
Jamie DeRosa, a veteran of Wolfgang Puck Dining Group, Chef Allen's, and the Michelin-starred Fat Duck in England, is breaking onto the South Florida scene with a duo of new spots in Delray Beach, the Atlantic Ocean Club and Buddha Sky Bar. With experience in everything from gastropubs to molecul ... More >>
Photo: C. StilesEggelletionAbout two years ago, a couple of golfing buddies took the first tee at Parkland Golf & Country Club. A club official asked Mike and Paul if they'd agree to be joined on their round by a single player who'd just shown up and was to be joined later by his own friend. ... More >>
This morning, MSNBC interviewed one of the many, many victims of Bernard Madoff, who entered his guilty plea to 11 felony charges this morning so he can go to prison to die. The victim, Peter Moskowitz, asks a good question: Is Madoff being a good general, jumping on the proverbial grenade to save a ... More >>
You want to know how you would have been living if you'd hooked up with Bernie Madoff and started illegally raising for him right at the swindler's start in the 1960s? You have to look at how Fort Lauderdale's Michael Bienes lived. I've written a lot about the philanthropist who claims he, too, ha ... More >>
For restaurants in a recession, it's survival of the fittest
Judge Lazarus takes justice into his own hands in the Keith Wasserstrom trial
The Armadillo retires to the beach
Beatrix Potter gets an extreme makeover
Farris Hassan, not done with his 15 minutes of fame, is up to his old tricks again.
At Trina, everybody is a star
Jim Stork has become the face of Broward's gay community. But is he ready for Capitol Hill?
Paul Bettany gets medieval in The Reckoning
Rot on top
The Mango Gang rides again (sort of) at Half Moon Bay
Spider-Man slings pop mythology for the masses
A Sally over Gary
Letters for October 18, 2001
A muddled mission, an overbuilt home, and the indifference of Boca's blue bloods have brought the International Museum of Cartoon Art to the brink of cancellation
LTJ Bukem takes a pragmatic view of the co-opting of drum 'n' bass by corporate America
Alan Rudolph's Trixie is happily stuck between a rock and the deep blue sea
City Theatre's Summer Shorts
Bryant Troville served out his sentence for his sexually violent acts. His prospects for freedom? Not good.
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.
Commissioners are spending $300,000 on a political PR campaign handled by Big Sugar's hired guns.