Go long, Mittens. Miami Dolphin's owner Stephen Ross has thrown down $133,000 in donations to support the Romney campaign. A $100,000 of that has gone to the Restore Our Future super pac, while the remainder was divvied up among Romney, the Republican National Committee, the Repu ... More >>
According to website hoopshype.com, the Miami Heat's payroll is a staggering $80,290,662. Even more unbelievable is the fact that Miami came in number five on this list (behind the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, and Portland Trailblazers). You could call it money well spent ... 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 >>
All that dancing must have made Chad Pennington tired.Our pal Bob Norman over at the Daily Pulp posted an awesome video last Sunday of the Dolphins' Chad Pennington dancing to Eminem.Presumably white-boy-style dancing was intended to pump him up. That obviously failed since Pennington is now out ... More >>
Sometimes negative campaigning lives up to its bad name.
The weekend attack on Florida Attorney General candidate Dan Gelber is a perfect example of the kind of sleazy negative campaigning that should make your skin crawl.
In the ads sent out this week ... More >>
FlickrIn what has all the makings of a Faustian bargain, the Heat is on the verge of landing LeBron James to go with Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade. No matter who is signed to fill the remaining spots on the team's roster, those three players alone make this arguably the most dominant team in the mod ... More >>
FlickrSunday's loss to the Magic felt like a setback to the Heat's efforts to keep Dwyane Wade. Despite his return, the team was still overmatched in Orlando, which glided past a Heat squad that managed just 16 points in each of the final two quarters. Having missed several games with an injury, ... More >>
Flickr: AllenWestHe was a star first baseman for the World Series champion Mets and a central character in one of the best Seinfeld episodes ever. But who knew that Keith Hernandez was also a paying subscriber to the right-wing rhetoric of our local congressional candidate, Col. Allen West?In the ... More >>
On the right, that's Corrine Brown, the Democratic congresswoman from Jacksonville considering a bid for U.S. Senate against Kendrick Meek. Here at Juice, we're worried she's going to realize it's an absurd idea, then disappear again. So for now, we're going to bask in her relevance. Above, a funny ... More >>
Flickr user: xiphoenix87Please help this man beat the Magic.Being a Cleveland sports fan requires a lifetime commitment to Prozac. The underdog city's teams have a habit of fostering great hopes before losing in some spectacular, nail-biting way. It's a bruising, emotional roller coaster that would ... More >>
Flickr user: VediaAs rumors go, it was far too good to be true, and then it happened: Isiah Thomas is coming to South Florida, to coach Florida International's basketball team. Oh, but this will make some good blog!Thomas, of course, is as brainless as a coach/GM as he was brilliant as a player. Bei ... More >>
Last night was special for the Miami Heat. For the first time in franchise history, the team retired the number of a player. During an extended half-time, a few dozen chairs and a podium were set up in the middle of the court and the world played "This is Your Life" with Alo ... More >>
Like a wise-cracking, slam-dunking movie monster (not to be confused with Kazaam), Shaquille O'Neal has returned to South Florida. And like Godzilla, he is doing his share of crushing -- even if it's not on the basketball court.
Last night, Shaq made the Miami stop on what he's calling his "Hat ... More >>