Coral Springs' own Joanna Rohrback -- AKA the Prancercise® Lady -- is at it again. Her latest YouTube video features sweeping cinematography and is a wonderfully complex study on identity, relationships, and horses. Or something like that.
Tapas, the art of dishing out small plates, has become a popular concept in the U.S., with bars and restaurants springing up in cities across the nation dishing out their own version of a sharing menu. However, most Americans don't know the history of tapas -- exactly how, and why, the tiny dishes o ... More >>
Broward County is a wonderful place. Let's just start out by saying that. Beautiful beaches, amazing cuisine -- there's a reason tourism is a big business here. People want to come to Broward. Yay, Broward! You go Broward! Okay, have we built Broward up enough yet? Good. Let's knock it down.
It seems everything these days is in danger of being rendered useless by the internet. The mighty blue Blockbuster fell to Netflix. Bookstores were chewed up and spit out by Amazon. And now the U.S. Postal Service's only job is to make sure Chris Christie never runs out of Oreos. It makes sense th ... More >>
When the Boyds opened their quaint, French-inspired eatery Mustard Seed Bistro, they underestimated the potential of Lara's baking because it was her husband, Tim, who was at the culinary helm whipping up bison tenderloins or tomato risottos with mushrooms. But within the first year, Lara began to e ... More >>
As South Florida Beer Week winds down, livers across the region breathe a sigh of relief. But not so fast; there's still a few brewed events on the weekend agenda to keep you from sobering up for too long. After the jump, find those, plus a few other food- and drink-related happenings this weekend i ... More >>
Are you wild? Wild enough to eat chocolate-covered scorpions and crickets? If you are, Jungle George's Amusements will be serving up a variety of exotic meats and animals for you to try at the 101st South Florida Fair next week.This will be the rare and exotic food vendor's second year at the fair, ... More >>
Pembroke Pines is turning 52, which is pretty young for a city. Obviously the Pines is feeling quite spry, because instead of the usual one-day anniversary celebration with a cookout and parade, this city is celebrating for 11 days. On the agenda is a golf tournament, 5K race, kiddie beauty ... More >>
Rep. Allen West was the only politician to place in the contest for Washington, D.C.,'s Funniest Celebrity Contest on Wednesday, drawing most of the attention to his jokes about being a black conservative.West's suggestion that former West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel -- his possible opponent in ... More >>
By http://heatherbuckley.com.uk via Flickr Creative CommonsBraaaiiiiinnnnsssss...Er, beeeeerrrrrrrr, on the Zombie CrawlYou know the fate of Halloween procrastinators, don't you? It looks a little something like this: bags of that terrible orange and black peanut butter wax-like taffy to hand out ... More >>
Brett Jordan via Flickr Creative Commons"Oh, why, hello, Merlot. I believe you've met ice cream?"While New Times' intrepid food critic explores her local options for beer-flavored ice cream -- and while we're on the subject, I say this without judgment, but Budweiser?! -- and other assorted goods ... More >>
Yogurt: full of calcium, vitamins, and candyA new online site called the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System gives you the skinny on your favorite fatty snacks, using an easy 1 to 100 scoring system to rate those Pringles and the YoCrunch cookies and cream Oreo yogurt you've been stuffing your fa ... More >>
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