Here's something you probably weren't aware of: There's a 13,000 years old dude buried in Vero Beach. Archaeologists have been trying for years to excavate the fossilized pieces of a dead person known as "Vero Man," who was discovered 100 years ago buried among mastodons and saber-tooth cats. On ... More >>
Putting teeth into the talk, the women scholars of FAU's Center for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies are turning from theory to practice tomorrow afternoon with the program, "Ending Sex Trafficking in the State of Florida." Florida Sen. Maria Sachs, for whom the issue is a major focus, will kic ... More >>
A 7-year-old boy has already done more in his young life than you ever will after he got his Indiana Jones on and discovered what appears to be an ancient canoe. Koen Ergle was scuba diving in Owen Lake near Ocala when he spotted a piece of wood dug into about eight feet of water. Turns out, the p ... More >>
A leading supporter of West Palm Beach City Commission candidate Shanon Materio has warned voters that a Materio loss will expose the city to the danger of having an Operating Thetan (member of the Church of Scientology) in a position of leadership. Not only that, the warning goes, the mis ... More >>
Sound the alarm! Slide down the polls! Gold Five to Red Leader, we have inbound data sets!That's right, ladies and gentlemen, the U.S. Census Bureau released a new batch of data yesterday, and the Pulp has done some spreadsheet surfing to bring you the hottest numbers from the report. You'll laugh, ... More >>
sondheimguide.comIn the first population estimates since 2010, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today that Florida gained 256,000 people between April 2010 and July 2011, the third-highest total behind Texas and California.In that same time, New York gained only 87,000 people, which means Flo ... More >>
Anthropology? All that stuff is already covered in the Bible!Here are Gov. Rick Scott's small-government principles at work again -- he wants the state to pick and choose which university majors are more important and shift funding from liberal arts programs toward the state universities' enginee ... More >>
Davenport shows off an ancient smoke-houseA bunch of Palm Beach County employees may be slated to become antiquated relics: Palm Beach County commissioners voted to eliminate the jobs of 141 county workers Monday, hoping what they save on salaries will help offset $133 million in lost property-tax r ... More >>
Sad stories and otherwise freaky tales from Florida's last sexual surrogate
One day, every song ever recorded will fit into your pocket -- but will you listen to any of them?
Do transsexuals get a second chance in the great gender-identity sweepstakes?
FAU's wild Darwinians are at it again. And this time, they want to measure your nutsack.
Most Americans who accept evolution think God created it. These scientists think they can prove the opposite.
Cradle of Man is full of missing links, except the ones we care about
And the band plays on
The King Tut show is shamelessly overpriced, but Holy Osiris! the art is terrific!
Kevin Moore's case raises questions about executing the mentally disabled
Get Silly with Uncle Willy
Dr. Jane has a chimp on her shoulder
How to write for the gullible, er, the New Age market
In which New Times sets out to find the roots of a rootless burg
The University of Miami administration has nothing to say about the Andre Johnson cheating case, but some faculty won't stay quiet
Letters for February 2, 2001
A Nova Southeastern University club struggles to bring a backward student body up-to-date
Letters for January 4, 2001
The battle for the soul of the Graves Museum isn't over yet, and Gypsy Graves herself is back in the trenches
The Center For Jungian Studies of South Florida presents a lecture by Marita Digney
The Amazing Randi claimed the Miami Circle site was actually a septic tank, not an archaeological find. He's having second thoughts.
When Jerry Sullivan was arrested for criminal behavior, he chose to blame an unexpected source: the FBI
The emotional triage performed by therapists for the severely disabled is being eliminated by budget cutbacks
Henry Wallace insists he wasn't insane when he stabbed his landlord seventeen times. And he thanked his jury for agreeing with him.