Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret; there are still plenty of events to keep you busy through the next batch of working days. Whether you're looking ... More >>
In the wake of Oceana's recent report on South Florida fish fraud, Clean Plate Charlie had a chat with Cod & Capers' owner Steve Gyland to learn more about how to buy fresh fish. These tips are from a guy who's been working with the ocean's bounty for more than three decades.Gyland began his car ... More >>
Simply stated, Elvis Aaron Presley was the greatest rock star of all time. He was also the first artist that could be considered a legitimate, mass appeal star when it came to the realms of rock 'n' roll. He set the standard all those that followed aspired too; everyone from the Beatles to Bob Dy ... More >>
This melting pot of a city has its range of bars.
John LinnLook closely... Mini Kiss looms in the background.A few weeks ago, Clean Plate Charlie reported that the Seminole Coconut Creek Casino would bring in a special catch, a whole loin worth of ultra-expensive and rare Kindai tuna, that it would sell as a special at its Thursday- through Saturda ... More >>
There's something a little Sheila E about Tracy Young. Her steadfast, stoic presence when she's doing her DJ thing reminds you of Prince's bongo-smacking concubine in her Arsenio Hall Show heyday. For both women, that temple-of-steel impenetrability is/was their greatest weapon in a male-dominated ... More >>
A new documentary retraces the life and musical influences of Kurt Cobain
Coming at the Bard from the butt end really cuts the crap
2006 Year-End Music Wrap-Up
How the British monarchy survived the death of the people's princess.
A chameleonic Forest Whitaker dominates Idi Amin biopic.
As the case against John Mark Karr disintegrates, attention turns to CU prof Michael Tracey, who's fingered false suspects in the past.
Reggae Sunsplash hits the States, Florida-first.
If only potential mates came clean before things got dirty.
Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
He was hard to like, but now they liken him to Rembrandt
Magnolia Electric Co.'s Jason Molina keeps fans in the dark about what powers his music
After the submarine got to Florida, everything went wrong
Tracy Young is a DJ with a heart of gold
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam
Another comic-book movie goes straight to Hellboy
A series of reissues brings the Cocteau Twins' treasures to light
At the nation's premier polo grounds, a row of ficus separates rich from poor
A great production of a not-so-great thriller creates mysteries of its own
Twenty years of Momus and we still can't tell: wit or twit?
The people watching the airlines should have and could have taken action... but didn't
Look out, South by Southwest; here comes South Florida!
Jousting. Caber toss. Hammer throw. Cynthia Morrison has done it all. Her newest thing is escapology.
Members of Mensa, fighting a stereotype of intellectual elitism, are trying to recast themselves as a hip bunch of eggheads ready to party down
March 19-25, 1998