SpaceX, the California company that plans to help NASA and perhaps become the world leader in space travel, announced yesterday in Washington that it would send a man to space by 2015.The firm will send one of its own employees. Last year, it was the number one private firm to send an unmanned craft ... More >>
The world is not ending today. You will, indeed, have to deal with your hangover tomorrow. This non-event also means you'll need something to get up to the rest of the weekend. Fair warning: Whether it's the impending holidays or that everyone bought the apocalyptic hype, but the calendar (after ton ... More >>
One of the wonderful things about Obama's winning reelection is watching the GOPers immerse themselves in doing what they do best: making loud noises and saying crazy shit that makes even certifiably crazy people say, "Whoa. Thassome crazy shit." But amid the thicket of Benghazi ramblings and other ... More >>
In the early 1990s, some the progressive-minded yet fun-loving folks at Adbusters magazine promoted the idea of a Buy Nothing Day -- a "holiday" that would condemn consumerism, not involve any monetary transactions, and definitely include some mischievous but harmless festivities. The perfect day to ... More >>
Apparently people are just now noticing that Donald Trump is a racist birther dipshit and have petitioned Macy's to drop him, his clothing line, his fragrance, and him altogether from those annoying commercials in which famous people are getting ready for the holidays. An online petition from SignO ... More >>
We just knew that Festivus was Tony Bourdain's kind of holiday. At first we thought that Tony was becoming a modern-day Grinch with a heart that grows three sizes in one day, after viewing pictures of him assembling a Disney Princess castle for his adorable daughter. In his jammies.But just when ... More >>
Do you know what Neptune, Jesus, Santa Claus, and Satan have in common?They're going to be alongside each other on some billboards in several states under the headline, "37 Million Americans know MYTHS when they see them."That announcement comes today from American Atheists, which says it wil ... More >>
I HATE MILK AND COOKIES!Christmas is the most wonderful time of year for us gentiles and we love all of our holiday traditions. But one of our most sacred customs could be pissing off the second most important person of the season -- our jolly ol' Saint Nick. For hundreds of years, families acr ... More >>
John LinnUnrepentant 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, it's all about the love of the brew. If you have a beer you'd like ... More >>
When living as a fugitive of justice, especially one who has escaped from prison, it's advisable to stay away from convenience store cameras. But Palm Beach Sheriff's deputies say Scott Bosley, last seen in June 2008 fleeing the Loxahatchee Road Prison, couldn't resist the invitation of liquor st ... More >>
Silverchair's Daniel Johns wants an inflatable sheep. No, really. It's after the jump.We've been having trouble figuring out what to buy our friends and family for Christmas this year. To help out on the idea front, we decided to draw inspiration from some of our favorite musical artists' Christmas ... More >>
Miami Mayor Manny Diaz is the president of some mayor's only fraternity and like everyone else this holiday season, he has a wish list he's sending to Barack Hussein Santa Claus Obama.When it comes to Broward, Manny's got shit on his mind. Specifically, the "treated" sewage that Hollywood is current ... More >>
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Thursday, November 14, 2008 BankAtlantic Center, Sunrise Better Than: A piping mug of hot chocolate and a handful of candy canes on a warm South Florida day. Before mentioning the jolly thrashing Trans-Siberian Orchestra dispensed at the BankAtlantic Center last night, it ... More >>
Big Red returns in a mindless, revved-up Hellboy sequel
A Clematis stalwart turns 20
Janitors go jobless for months, and students don't give a damn
The Flaming Lips are back on the road and reflecting on nearly 25 years of weirdness
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea may lose its soul over a political firefight.
To locals, he's a roadside institution. But to the Usenet, he's a monster.
In Hollywood, being a good cop doesn't seem to matter.
A Christmas Kind of Town
It looks like Ben Graber is selling out the public for a high-rolling developer. He says he's making sausage.
For the Sunshine State
Either Ilene Lieberman's timing is miraculous or...
Jadakiss cashes in on controversy
Destined for drag
Ranking and filing our Local Top Ten
Eight tiny reindeer and the fat man who got his Claus into them, plus women in wolves' clothing
Ice Cube coasts through another middling comedy
Too few of the entries in the Broward Art Guild's "Controversy" are worthy of the label
Sara Lee Creech of Belle Glade tells a long-forgotten chapter of civil rights history
The work of lowbrow luminary Todd Schorr simultaneously savages and celebrates pop culture
When Santa and the Easter Bunny brawl, everybody loses
Marilyn Manson resurrects the same ol' shtick
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
Despite the risk, HIV-positive gay men are engaging in unsafe sex in the wake of improved AIDS medications. Don't believe us? Check out South Florida's "backroom bars."