From Burmese pythons to Lion fish to rock pythons to giant African snails, Florida is home to a plethora of invasive species. And now, the latest animal threatening to eat all of the things in the Everglades and other parts of the wild, is a particularly jerky thing called the tegu lizard. And, li ... More >>
European settlers did not discover the invigorating powers of Yerba Mate until the 17th century. But for almost two centuries before, the indigenous tribes of South America had been harvesting the Ilex paraguarensis tree and steeping its leaves for the sense of community it promoted. Last year this ... More >>
Dad probably wants to spend some time on Sunday watching Slovakia take on Paraguay or see Italy face New Zealand. More likely even, he'll be glued to the set watching the U.S. Open until it ends on Sunday night. But after those sports, he'll have worked up a man sized hunger. Which means you shou ... More >>
We've heard of big game prices, but this is ridiculous: According to Worstpizza.com, Tucci's Fire 'N' Coal Pizza in Boca Raton is offering free food during each of the World Cup games below. And not just a free slice or two either. Show up during these times and try a sampling of all the items on ... More >>
Most Uruguayans chomp down that stuff grilling on the parrilla and little else.
Violent shootouts and dangerous love in Mann's visceral cop series update.
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.
Letters for September 13, 2001
South Florida again becomes an outpost for Latin American sleaze
Four years after hed been convicted of murder in Belgium, Jean-FranCois Buslik was a pilot and a family man living quietly in North Palm Beach. Then justice came calling.
The recent bust of a Hollywood importer sheds light on an illegal reptile trade that has adventurous smugglers making easy money