As corny as it sounds, Malcolm Glazer pretty much lived the American dream. He started working in his family's watch company at 8 years old and eventually became the 400th richest person in the world, according to Forbes. He lived in Palm Beach and owned both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Manches ... More >>
According to the Broward Sheriff's Office, Lauren Tannehill, wife of Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, rented a car for two hours and left an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle in the back. The gun was found by the woman who rented the car next, Judith Fleissig of Rochester, New York. Tannehill is ... More >>
The latest U.S. Census Bureau population estimates were released on Monday, and we lost. Woooooooooohooooo, we lost!
For all the ways the rest of the nation loves to make fun of Florida and act as if it's the worst place on earth, it sure as hell isn't keeping people from moving and living here. And, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau population estimates that will be released on Monday, Florida will soon ... More >>
New census data is set to be released on Monday -- and New York and Florida will be jockeying for third and fourth place as the most populated states behind Texas and California. If Florida doesn't surpass New York this year, it certainly will next year, experts say. Reasons for the trend are two- ... More >>
Drinking at a bar is an experience. Whether it's enjoying interesting cocktails, meeting random people, getting wasted, or just drooling over the hot bartender, it's always about more than the drinks. If you're looking to appreciate the latter, we have the scoop for you. Clean Plate Charlie spo ... More >>
We all dream about hopping on planes destined for the world's greatest food cities. Yet the fact is flying often comes out of necessity and destinations aren't always the most popular among food bloggers. When I recently booked a flight for the hills of western New York and Pennsylvania - not the m ... More >>
Beer is finally starting to earn some real respect, no longer having to always play second fiddle to its "more refined" rival, wine. So now that craft beer is enjoying a renaissance in the United States (and yes, even here in South Florida), it's time to work on the image problem that continues t ... More >>
This is not a SoFla bowler, but it's still a great photo.via Travis Geske for the Rochester City NewspaperSometimes, when journalists go bowling together, we find things -- just things -- random, funny, and worth sharing with you here. What made the cut this week? The world's most flamboyant and ... More >>
Photo by Devin DesjarlaisMorley Schloss, majority shareholder of Sunsport, and his wife Anne Fischer.The Sunsport Gardens Family Naturist Resort is tucked away from prying eyes. To get there, you have to drive down several dirt roads in the already remote western Palm Beach county town of Loxahat ... More >>
Tal Ronnen made history when his book The Conscious Cook -- the first full-color vegan cookbook to be published in North America -- hit the New York Times bestseller list last fall. Since hitting the big-time (thanks also to Oprah, who had Ronnen develop a 21-day vegan cleanse for her), Ronnen ha ... More >>
John LinnThe perfect can of Genny always foams over when you crack it open. Unrepentant beer drinkers, rejoice! Each week, Clean Plate Charlie will select one craft or import beer and give you the lowdown on it: How does it taste? What should you drink it with? Where can you find it? But mostly, ... More >>
Photo: WXEL.orgJerry CarrJerry Carr's love of television has led him into some dangerous predicaments. The president of the public television station based in Boynton Beach, WXEL, Carr started his career in the 1960s in Rochester, New York, and yesterday that city's Democrat and Chronicle told of ... More >>
If you're grading the souls of fraudsters on a curve, Steven Green scores as the most sympathetic in a class full of flunkers. Green gave generously to charities for the developmentally disabled, as well as to those that assisted gay men with AIDS or struggling with addiction. He even made a documen ... More >>
Jackie Bueno Sousa is the new lying propagandist -- oh shit, I mean "conservative voice" -- for the Miami Herald and right off the bat some yahoo is claiming she basically committed plagiarism in herer first column . A little-known blog is calling for Sousa to leave journalism after ... More >>
It seems like the classic love story: middle-aged vampire runs for president, wins heart of teenage girl, stalks girl, girl is forced to make up a desperate story trying to get away from vampire, vampire is charged with a felony. Aww, sweet romance. But this is no work of fiction. Joh ... More >>
On the dusty, Old West streets of Davie, a political hotshot takes aim
Fisher Island millionaire Bruce McMahan loved his daughter so much, he married her.
Splitting Infinity splits into two plays. One shines; the other grinds.
The Libertine's protagonist is a boor you can't ignore
Are we the worst sports fans in America? Probably.
From the JBs to Van Morrison, Pee Wee Ellis continues to do his thing
Sunday at Voodoo Lounge
Discovering Mastodon's North American metal heroics
The South Florida Folk Fest returns
An elephant's, um, premature problem means zookeepers have a messy job
No one has lived through more of South Florida's baseball past than Vicente Lopez
The Nighthawks won't push away from the blues buffet until they're good and ready
Shrek offers an amusing-but-empty fractured fairy tale
Michael Krasnow was one of the few male anorexics to leave behind a detailed account of his life. And his reasons for dying.