The City of Brotherly Love became the City of Homebrewers this past weekend, when over 3,400 of the hobbyists descended upon Philadelphia for the 35th Annual National Homebrewers Conference. This yearly event is the pinnacle of competitive brewing, where homebrewers vie for bronze, silver, and gold ... More >>
Republican donor Jay Odom, a Panhandle developer who was a key person in the downfall of former House Speaker Ray Sansom, because Odom wanted a new plane hangar, has been indicted on charges of violating federal campaign finance laws. Derp. The federal indictment alleges that Odom, 56, laundered ... More >>
A check written from a greyhound trainer to a man who confessed to shooting and burying thousands of dogs.A national anti-dog-racing group has officially requested that the Department of Business and Professional Regulation investigate whether the state has the authority to revoke the license of ... More >>
Scenes from the life of a racing greyhound.
Finally, justice. Or at least a taste of it. Larry Seidlin, the weeping Anna Nicole Smith judge who has chiseled more than a half million dollars from an elderly widow in his condo building, has been removed from the woman's will. Or I should say Seidlin's wife and daughter are off ... More >>
Most Americans who accept evolution think God created it. These scientists think they can prove the opposite.
Living like a pauper himself, a young man from Broward is trying to save Haiti's children
When this kid gets going, you get got
This soldier of God is on a South Florida crusade
There's no resting place for a 12-year-old runaway
Or: How I learned to start worrying and hate the bullet train
Wisecracking Democrats in Tallahassee were steamrollered during the presidential contest. But they didn't take it lying down.
The government wants his money. The judiciary wants him disbarred. So what's F. Lee Bailey's next move? Sue the bastards!
How Jim Kane transformed himself from a special-interest lobbyist into a lobbyist who's also Florida's best-known political pollster
Fed up with fear of infection and bored with the Internet, a new generation of swingers reinvents South Florida's sexual underworld