Albert T. Lambert, a 52-year-old emergency room doctor at Florida Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, overdosed on drugs yesterday just before police could arrest him for the murder of his ex-wife, Kimberly Lindsey, a nurse at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach. Police records also ment ... More >>
Oktoberfest is here again, folks. It is the time of year to party like a German in brown leather pants, guzzling endless liters of barley and malt brews. We know -- sporting lederhosen in South Florida's penetrating heat is not a logistical reality, considering the risk of massive chaffing and poten ... More >>
Previously: "The Rise and Fall of the Hallmark Kid," the run for president, and the suit for adult child support.Eleven years ago, New Times writer Wyatt Olson crossed paths with Ryan Lipner, one of the nuttiest, most indiscriminately self-promoting individuals we've ever found in Broward and P ... More >>
People who can't appreciate the music or legacy of Bob Marley are likely very angry, listened to Legend a few too many times a their dorm room, or are overly sober. Marley is so much more than just a singer of reggae music. He brought Jamaican music and Rastafarian philosophy to the world. Around ... More >>
A bizarre, disputed, cocaine-fueled mania is killing Floridians, especially when they're jolted with a Taser.
Signing an aging soccer star didn't do the trick. Maybe two stars from Cuba will finally draw some fans to Miami FC bleachers.
The local alt-rock trio Corner 3 may have only formed in 2007, but the band is based on a longtime friendship, begun when the trio's members were students at Columbus High in the Eighties. Frontman/guitarist/keyboardist John Lopez and bassist/vocalist Rick Sanchez began their music collaboration whi ... More >>
The boys are South Florida-born and -bred, and they're blowing up
Perez Hilton, a pure product of South Florida, makes bitchery pay
The DEA's "Twin Oceans" hooked a big fish, but can they reel it in?
On bikes or on stage, Awesome New Republic is the face of a radically unexpected Miami
Take a ride on the spirit train with an old séance-leading sharpie named Edward "Red" Duke
Sure, it was the year of Bush/Kerry. But here are South Florida's really big stories.
SoFla's top music historian discovers goodies in the garage
Four South Florida girls hope to follow Christina and Britney to the top
Sugar leavened with enough spice makes tasty holiday fare
They like to wear women's panties, girdles, and bras
Dues paid, the punk stalwarts of Corky have come up in the world
Brazil's Forrest Gump makes a pit stop in the Sunshine State
Skot Foreman brings big-name art to an unexpected seaside town
For members of Soka Gakkai, the path to enlightenment (and maybe a new car) is through chanting
The story of the bloody, high-seas crimes and execution of smuggler Horace Alderman is a yarn worthy of Joseph Conrad. Or Quentin Tarantino.