As your resident Clevelander living and working now in South Florida, let me just say that I'm glad this roller-coaster has finally hit the breaks. A couple weeks back, when someone told me LeBron might re-sign with the Cavs, I brushed it off as homer, pipe-dream BS. After one shirtless trainer's tw ... More >>
The 40-year partnership of McDonald's and Heinz Ketchup has been one of the longest relationships of our time. With the rise of super-short Hollywood marriages like Kim Kardashian's 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, McDonald's and Heinz Ketchup was something Americans could rely on. All high-prof ... More >>
Back in March, we unrolled the story of how a seemingly no-name guy from small-town Pennsylvania turned up in Key West with a 150-pounds of emeralds found on the bottom of the sea floor. Almost immediately people in the treasure hunting world began questioning Jay Miscovich's 2010 find. Three ye ... More >>
It took two years of planning, designing, building, and tasting for Frank Amedia and his family to open up Knucklehead Burgers in Davie - their first restaurant venture. After many other successful non-food business ventures, Amedia took to the fast-casual concept for his first time with Knuckl ... More >>
Many blogs have already been written of Congressman Allen West's Friday announcement that he'd raised well over $2 million between April and the end of June. What we didn't know until Sunday afternoon, however, was how he spent it. Documents filed with the Federal Election Commission reveal West too ... More >>
John LinnTexas Hold 'Em's black barrel smoker still churns out thick waves of smoke, but in a different location. This week in Dish, we take a look at Texas Hold 'Em BBQ, that recently relocated Fort Lauderdale smoke shack. Now on Seventh Street downtown just a block from the Andrews Avenue Publ ... More >>
All right, for the first time since I was about six, I'm going to stay away from the NCAA tournament this year. This is a whole new version of March Madness for me. Because I'm mad. And I'm boycotting the tournament -- and urge all you Gator fans to do the same. Those of you more familiar with ... More >>
He's heavy on the hedonism.
The fact that DJ Justin Sheppard is the son of a member of the Drifters makes sense when you consider the smooth, supple soulfulness he brings to his spinning. That he's also got a degree in computer science, however, might not make as much sense, especially when you consider just how dizzying he is ... More >>
The Women's Theatre Project's True Blue leaves us truly blue. And confused.
Bluesman Jimmy Thackery isn't slowing down
Watermelon Slim drives a big rig of blues
Finally, something real in Boca. And it isn't the faux rocker.
This just in: South Florida nightlife beats the crap out of Finland
A testament to the importance of guitar lessons.
Lagwagon resolves to remember a "Sad Astronaut."
Anna the Medic, one of the FBI's top informants, has cut a wide swath through the antiwar and animal rights movements.
Are we the worst sports fans in America? Probably.
The Boca Museum's portrait show is sooo 1950
The Sun-Sentinel goes off the record for trains and buses
Palm Beach's most exclusive club opens up, but not too far
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
Marky Mark becomes a rock star but doesn't get to enjoy it
When Chris Caulfield got stomped near South Florida's most notorious nightclub, he didn't roll over
Prosecutors say blood is thicker than barbecue sauce for restaurant owner Frank Galgano
The battle for the soul of the Graves Museum isn't over yet, and Gypsy Graves herself is back in the trenches
A Halloween show that's 100 percent local, original, and -- surprise! -- good
Almost Famous rings in your ears -- and heart -- long after it's over
Jamie "King" Colton: Who says South Florida ain't got no class
Lovin' a lounge singer
Nicole Yarling and the Weld
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.
The terrifying Blair Witch Project was made with a hand-held camera, three actors, and one brilliant concept
At age 64, pool hustler Danny DiLiberto is one of a dying breed. He's not ready, however, to hang up his stick.
Bring together a TV-production mogul and the charismatic leader of Calvary Chapel, and you get Cross TV all religion, all the time