Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret; there are still plenty of events to keep you busy through the next batch of working days. Whether you're looking ... More >>
We're impressed by anyone who has the guts to open a restaurant of their own -- in case you didn't know, the business is tough as hell. We're even more impressed when said restaurateur is young. When one is 35 with three locations under one's belt, we're ready to give a round of applause. Recentl ... More >>
If you're planning a St. Patrick's Day party you're going to need to have shots. And by shots, we mean cookie shots from Insane Cookies. This Pembroke-Pines-based cookie company is making special Irish Cream Dream cookie shots for the holiday, made from red velvet cookie dough that's dipped into Ir ... More >>
Towering above patrons and staff with a benevolent smile, Jimmy Holland is not easy to miss. Decked out in his personalized white coat and black backward cap, the sous chef is seen in the open kitchen prep stations, tasting sauces and concocting new recipes. Although he's friendly with customers and ... More >>
At 8 a.m. on a Tuesday, the waitresses at the never-closing, 24-hour Peter Pan Diner are clad in all black and quickly weave between booths and patrons, balancing trays of stacked pancakes, sunny-side-up eggs, and steaming cups of coffee. With maroon spikes peeking around her face, 61-year-old Deb ... More >>
For a long time, Halloween was all about the kiddies. But in today's Peter Pan complex of a society, growing up and letting go of the games and traditions of our youth never seems to happen. And so Halloween has grown up, too. Instead of silly pranks and adorable ghosts, we've got gory horror f ... More >>
My local friends, we're only weeks away from the snowbirds flocking to South Florida to clog our roads, retail stores, and restaurants. You'll start to fill your bumper-to-bumper mornings by counting the Quebec license plates and wondering if you can teach our French-Canadian guests enough English s ... More >>
Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play. Don't forget to check out the full Best of Broward/Palm Beach® 2012 online at bestof.voiceplaces.com.Piles of fluffy pancakes as far as the eye ... More >>
George Zimmerman might be getting out of jail, even after having his bail revoked for lying to the court about all those donations he's been taking in from folks who think we should all be allowed to shoot each other.Though his original bail was set at $150,000, a judge this morning set his new bail ... More >>
DominikMeierA New Times favorite shop is To the Moon Marketplace, the specialty candy and novelty store run by self-appointed Peter Pan, Antonio Dumas. (Though many of his items are not so Peter Pan, like the bong with a detachable penis nozzle, for example.) We talked to Dumas near Hallowee ... More >>
Creative Commons JeffreywNot to be confused with the 1990 Warrant hit.I believe it was Nostradamus who predicted that 2011 would be The Year of Pie. Following that logic, it stands to reason that Cherry Pie Day, otherwise known as Sunday, Feb. 20, should be a celebration to end all superfluous fo ... More >>
It's amazing how people are trying to figure out Tucson shooter Jared Lee Loughner's political philosophy. He's a registered Republican, they say (hoax). He's a liberal pot smoker (according to a former classmate who didn't know him well). He's was predisposed to right ... More >>
Photo: Broward Sheriff's OfficeChad OlahOn your 18th birthday you can buy pack of smokes, watch an R-rated movie, cast a vote and joined the Armed Forces. Or, if you're Chad Olah, you can be charged with adult crimes. He turned 18 on October 1. And on October 7, the man he's accused of beating la ... More >>
Have screenplay, will travel: Dave Eggers makes his film-writing debut with Away We Go.
With Blowing Whistles, Sol Theatre gives the bad news about good times
Children's TV pioneer Alan Shalleck had a secret that killed him
Was Andrew Foster's drama club a clique for creative students — or a cult?
At Tulio's, it's the sole that seduces
Revenge of the Nerds: Panty Raid Edition, Borat, Peter Pan: Two-Disc Platinum Edition, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin
Amanda Alley died a horrible, fiery death, and the cops had her Iranian boyfriend nailed
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda ever.
Playing legendary photographer Diane Arbus, Nicole Kidman is an unconvincing weirdo.
Promised no dancing, the noiseheads flocked to a night of Revenge.
To locals, he's a roadside institution. But to the Usenet, he's a monster.
Eric Goertz did a lot of damage with his spray cans. But he's not the big tagger fish cops sought.
Live theater isn't dead; it just moved outdoors to Deerfield Beach
Teri Catlin -- Shreds and Dreads at Calliope Fest
J.M. Barrie gets a Hollywood makeover in Finding Neverland.
A new gallery in Oakland Park finds the fine balance between bucks and beauty
Jungle fever fails to catch hold in this routine sequel
Thursday's young contenders keep working for the weekend
Jonathan Richman might be the O.G. -- Original Geek
A road story that runs out of gas
Children's theater in these parts deserves more attention
Up ahead, some lights at the end of the tunnel
Chuck & Buck is sweet and funny, but its underlying edginess may not be for everyone
June 11 - 17, 1998