That hazy sky you woke up to this morning wasn't the usual August overcast. It was actually Saharan dust flying over our neck of the woods straight from Africa. Prior to this year's hurricane season, forecasters predicted a slower-than-usual turnout of storms. Part of that is because of El Nino, an ... More >>
Sirocco Mediterranean Restaurant & Lounge is celebrating its grand opening tomorrow, March 13, after a brief soft opening. The restaurant, named after the wind that originates in the Sahara desert and travels across the Mediterranean to southern Europe, will feature contemporary takes on Mediter ... More >>
Say what you will about the State of Florida's news organizations; our weathermen are absolutely topnotch (except when they're sexting kids). They have every computerized graphic in the book, amazing hairdos, and a penchant for predicting calamitous end-of-days scenarios based on nothing more than a ... More >>
Despite numerous predictions of death, destruction and days of no cable TV, so far this hurricane season we've gotten off pretty easy. Well, that looks like it's about to change. You don't need to be a professional doomsayer or a WSVN panic-monger. . . I mean, meteorologist, to peek at the ... More >>
Thanks to the Delray-Boynton pipe, there's a nitrate-stoked party down there.
The wide and welcoming branches of the baobab beckon our humble scribe