Meet the newest threat to Florida's face. The Argentine Black and White Tegu Lizard -- native to Argentina and parts of South America -- was found in Florida first back in the early 2000s. Thanks to an ability to withstand cold and reproduce rapidly, the lizards aren't going away -- the Florida Fi ... More >>
Ratebeer.com, an online beer forum and rating system, has ranked Funky Buddha Lounge and Brewery number 34 on the list of Best Brewers in the World for 2013. The brewpub is the only South Florida brewery to make the list. Go, Funky Buddha!
It's a pleasant Saturday afternoon at the Max Planck Florida Institute by the FAU campus in Jupiter. There are food trucks in the parking lot and a jazz band on the stage by the main entrance to the laboratories. Who knew neuroscience could be so hip? Then again, considering the amount of taxpa ... More >>
On Wednesday, reporter New Times Chris Sweeney brought you an interview with St. Petersburg medical researcher Adam Ostrzenski, who says he may have discovered the fabled G spot in a dead 83-year-old.The peer-reviewed paper Ostrzenski wrote about it got a lot of attention in the interblags ... More >>
It may sound like some truly bad straight-to-DVD movie, but Scientific American is reporting the discovery of zombie honeybees in Northern California, which may provide a clue in the search behind colony collapse disorder.A research article recently published in Plos One, a peer-reviewed science ... More >>
He has the meat sweats.Stop for a second. It's the Fourth of July and like any good American you're about to shove a foot-long stick of meat into your face. But do you know what's actually in your hot dog?According to hot-dog.org, Americans purchase 350 million pounds of hot dogs a year. And that ... More >>
In junior high, my best friend accompanied me to a science fair where one student's experiment surrounded around what happens when you put a mouse and a snake in the same small glass case. I'll spare you the slow motion National Geographic details and just tell you that the snake eventu ... More >>
Russell Pearce and other illegal-immigration populists rely on misleading, right-wing reports to scapegoat immigrants and terrify penny-pinched Americans.
Most Americans who accept evolution think God created it. These scientists think they can prove the opposite.