West Palm Beach has never been known for its dining scene, but several new restaurants have helped to make the Clematis St. strip a new downtown destination for South Florida foodies. These days there's a little bit of everything, from sports bars and Mexican at Rocco's Tacos, to Cuban-style eats at ... More >>
Growing up in Brooklyn, there were only two kinds of bread available at any given day -- fresh baked loaves of Italian bread for the grownups -- and Hostess Wonder Bread for us kids. Read Also: Bankrupt Twinkie Manufacturer Warns of Hundreds of Florida LayoffsIn fact, Hostess was pretty mu ... More >>
A few months ago, Forbes magazine wrote an article highlighting the eight hottest food trends on the rise in cities across the U.S. Among them, grass-fed meats, farmers markets, and Greek fare -- all the same trends we've been seeing pop up across Broward and Palm Beach County recently.While these t ... More >>
Todd Lough, the executive chef at the Pelican Grand Beach Resort, started at his new gig on April 9. And while he and the resort's manager Bob Keesler said the property won't unveil a revamped menu until the fall -- in order to give Lough time to learn the lay of the land and craft the ideal menu -- ... More >>
Two local South Florida chefs are competing in a fiery battle to see who has the best grill skills in the Walmart Choice competition. The grill-off, sponsored by Kingsford charcoal and Coca-Cola, will have the executive chef and sous chef of Miami's Red Fish Grill battle it out in a head-to-head com ... More >>
Smokehouse Grille's smoked wings.Smokehouse Grille & Wingery uses the same smokers as those seen on TLC's BBQ Pitmasters, according to chef and co-founder Mark Uffer.
If you're a fan of BBQ, you've likely argued over who has the best. You probably know the difference between a sticky red St. Louis sauce and a vinegar-based Carolina one. As with any other cuisine, you have your preferences. As many BBQ aficionados will attest, there are certain things you just ... More >>
Today, September 22 is National Ice Cream Cone Day. It evokes for me the memory of a sweltering New England summer day, circa 1978. I was a sweaty fat kid, brimming with predatory hunger. I gazed impatiently at the soft serve machine which was swirling chocolate and vanilla into a stick-to- ... More >>
This week's cover story in New Times details a dogfighting bust that involved eight states, 107 suspects, and 500 dogs. More than anything, though, it'll be remembered for how it went down: Police fought their own dogs to gain the suspects' trust. As part of the case, investigators shot a video f ... More >>
John LinnThere's no shortage of good barbecue restaurants opening these days. With places like Sheila's Famous BBQ Conch and More in Lake Worth and the second installment of Texas Hold 'Em coming to the Gateway in Fort Lauderdale, there's good 'cue within reach of just about everyone. Now add Eas ... More >>
Two years ago, From LinkedIn.comAffholterEric Affholter lost his job leading the St. Louis Public Defender's Office. This past year, he had his license to practice law in Florida suspended. And today, he's a felon, living neither in St. Louis nor with his family in Pompano Beach. Rather, he's in ... More >>
Flickr: Saint PlanEric Affholter, an attorney who practices in Pompano Beach, has had his law license suspension upheld by the Florida Supreme Court, based on Affholter's arranging a fraudulent marriage designed to make his partner, a Peruvian man, a legal resident.It was a real-world consequence ... More >>
That's Ken Green, a golfer in West Palm Beach, who lost his lower right leg, his brother, his girlfriend and his dog in a car accident in Mississippi last June. His quest to return to the PGA Tour was the subject of a feature story in Sunday's New York Times.Green battled depression and financial pr ... More >>
Flickr User: Karen Moreau BondNobody wants to admit it, but if the federal government is going to make fraud-busting its new "War on [hot topic]," then it's going to deal another blow to the South Florida economy.It's just that fraud's what we're good at! Take the case of Christopher Maury. The West ... More >>
Deon ThomasWe reported a few weeks ago that Deon Thomas, the University of Illinois basketball program's all-time leading scorer who settled briefly in Pembroke Pines, was taking a job as the coach of a community college near St. Louis. And now Thomas tells Juice that he's taking some of the region' ... More >>
This Earthquake is a 10.0 on the comedy meter
Living Things bring their socially driven power-pop punk to Culture Room.
The Fins have a winning record it's time to party
Fine dining ends not with a bang but a crackle
Old school soul via the hip-hop family tree
Six set sail on the Joe Cool hoping for better luck. Only two saw land again.
It Goes Back to the Spaniards and Brits
Ziggy Marley has spent the past two years on the road, and he's still going
Story of the Year hopes to be more than the flavor of the month.
Why don't Mexicans in America drink Tecate?
Thor battles the forces of evil (and steroid use).
Capsule reviews of current area stage shows.
Roger Dean Stadium
Digs brings a new global style to Lake Worth
Wings N Curls
Braying for Success
The cat in the habit...
When Cowboy Mouth's Fred LeBlanc speaks out on self-empowerment, audiences listen
November 27 - December 3, 1997