By now your Facebook page has been filled with videos of friends (and celebrities) getting doused with buckets of ice water. Maybe you've even been dared to pour a bucket of water over your own head. While in South Florida this may sound like a refreshing (though extreme) way of keeping cool during ... More >>
Uncle Bubba's Oyster House has closed. The Savannah restaurant that made national headlines after "Bubba's" former general manager, Lisa Jackson, filed a lawsuit against co-owners Paula Deen and Bubba Hiers alleging that Hiers "routinely made inappropriate sexual and racial remarks", among other cl ... More >>
If one were to compare Miami to its northern brethren in Broward and Palm Beach, Miami would be the hot cheerleader sister to the just as attractive but more laid-back Broward and Palm Beach. In terms of food festivals in the area, one would probably say the same. Where South Beach Wine and Food ... More >>
Broward and Palm Beach counties seem to have food festivals, like, every other weekend. If it's not a beer fest, it's a wine fest or particular city, town, neighborhood, street, or whatever else. It's cultural events such as these that draw seasonal and year-round residents to this active little r ... More >>
LeBron and the newly minted Mrs. James are honeymooning right now in Italy, no doubt hanging out in coastal villas, riding through the countryside on white colts, bathing in 100-year-old wines, and doing whatever else the 1 percent does when they're on a European vacation. But as we already told y ... More >>
It's absolutely no secret that my favorite Food Network celebrity is Paula Deen. Warm, funny, and homey -- I could look into her dancing blue eyes forever as she teaches me how to incorporate butter into almost everything under the sun. I love Deen's sincerity and infectious laugh. I also have ... More >>
Being a famous chef has its ups and downs. On the plus side, you ride in private jets, write cookbooks, host television shows, and generally have a really good time. On the minus side, publications write lots of crap about you (and yes, we put ourselves in this bracket). Usually celebs let these ... More >>
Q: What's green and tries to take all your money by being cute? A: The Geico Gecko Girl Scouts during cookie-selling season!January 12 is the official start of Girl Scout cookie season in South Florida, which means you won't be able to set foot into a mall or supermarket without being hustl ... More >>
Paula Deen is looking for the real women of PhiladelphiaDown home Southern gal Paula Deen is looking for the real women of Philadelphia. Now before you start thinking this is a new Bravo reality show and why the heck is Ms. Deen hawking the City of Brotherly Love, think again.... She's ta ... More >>
6. Jesu Why Are We Not Perfect (Hydra Head)Technically not a heavy release, but how can we discount Justin Broadrick, founding member of both Napalm Death and Godflesh? Fed up with the single-minded bludgeoning of those classic acts, Broadrick's intention from the start in forming Jesu was so that ... More >>
A son denied becomes a festering campaign issue haunting Commissioner Eggelletion as Election Day approaches
A Deep South journey puts some meat on our bones.
Or, "How the other side ponders Eros while sucking down a cold one"
Atlantis Playhouse's plucky production of The Life conjures the poetry of the lower depths
Yes, you can brave the wilds south of Broward and find an A-list meal
Competitive marlin fishers do lots of drinking, tell lots of tales, and, oh yes, sometimes they catch fish.
Wendy Iwanow says she just wanted to help revitalize her new home. So why did her neighbors run her out of town?
Beer, Babes, and B.S.: The name speaks for itself
Industrious local musicians submit their latest offerings to Bandwidth's tender mercies
Robert Kwasny wants to sell the world on a camera that captures everything in all directions all the time
That old-time rock 'n' roll is alive and kicking inside the youthful Legends of Rodeo
Marvin Woods signs copies of The New Low-Country Cooking
February 4 - 10, 1999
Don Black fills the Internet with hate and calls for a revolution to split the country along racial lines
Feuding Christian-radio hosts Perry Hodges and Melanie Lashbrook are waging a legal and media war that is unforgiving