There's word that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin -- known in the foodie world for her moose stew recipe and love of fresh-caught (and we do mean "caught") organic fare -- will be penning her own fitness and food-related book.According to People magazine online, Palin called the project a "unique ... More >>
According to a new ebook by Politico writer Glenn Thrush, DNC chair, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, isn't very popular in the Obama re-election team. According to Thrush, a secret poll done among Obama's team to determine the popularity of the President's campaign surrogates revealed that ... More >>
Margate political powerhouse and consummate deal maker Jack Tobin, who died Tuesday at the age of 69, will be laid to rest Friday. He's remembered with near reverence by many who knew him, even those who also knew the rather unseemly nature of his long political career as a state legislator, Ma ... More >>
In a recent survey of the most dangerous spring break destinations in the country, Fort Lauderdale -- birthplace of the modern spring break -- didn't even crack the top ten. West Palm Beach ranked fifth and Miami was tenth. The survey, conducted by the website lawyer website avvo.com, looked at c ... More >>
Theory: Someone big and powerful at Forbes magazine -- maybe Steve Forbes himself? -- is feuding with some other big and powerful person who has condos to sell in Palm Beach County. And that is why Forbes magazine is beating the local economy to death with its vicious lists. At least that explanatio ... More >>
Last night was the premiere of the sixth season of Reno 911 - the best police show since...ever. To celebrate, the cast and crew had a party at Largo on the Coronet, in L.A. The party was also a fundraiser for New Times' favorite philanthropist, Aaron Jackson, and his charity Planting Peace. We ... More >>
Hace ocho años, alquien mató a Al Sicherer. Sigue la busqueda de su asesino.
He was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. That and two bits won't get you a cup of coffee.
Combine a martial artist from Miami, a boxing trainer from Detroit, a mild-mannered Guyanese heavyweight, a dreadlocked ex-contender, and some Seminole money, and you get South Florida's hottest new boxing gym