If you can't get to South Dakota to watch the fireworks over Mount Rushmore tomorrow, we've got a cheesier (and closer) alternative for you.Come to West Palm Beach City Hall to watch famed cheese sculptor Troy Landwher turn a 640-pound block of mild Wisconsin cheddar into Mount Rushmore.The city has ... More >>
"Let's spend the afternoon in a cold, hot air balloon."Sure, the commercials are catchy... partiers exercising off their beer before they've finished slugging it down. But Select 55 is betting that's not enough to win your loyalty, especially from a low-cal beer. To get your attention, a 168-foo ... More >>
NBC UniversalLast week on Top Chef Dale gets kicked off for a lousy Amberjack and the cheftestants were shocked, especially Richard. It's up to the final five. One step away from the final four. Pressure is on. Padma comes into the cheftestants' condo unannounced. Richard says this i ... More >>
Today, amnesty is a dirty word. So what happened to the immigrants given a fresh start by Reagan in 1986?
Lisa RabThe 16th-annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival took over downtown this weekend, filling the streets with dust-smudged artists, busy coaxing masterpieces out of chalk and pavement. There were belly-dancing hippies, unwashed anarchists, kids in Statue of Liberty hats, and a musician pl ... More >>
You want to know how you would have been living if you'd hooked up with Bernie Madoff and started illegally raising for him right at the swindler's start in the 1960s? You have to look at how Fort Lauderdale's Michael Bienes lived. I've written a lot about the philanthropist who claims he, too, ha ... More >>
Boca Raton painter/performer/karate black belt Micheal Israel -- he of the ripped abs, the flowing mullet, and the paint-splattered jeans -- has landed two slots performing at Obama's inauguration: on the 19th at Virginia's Inaugural Black Tie & Blue Dominion Ball ($1,000 per ticket) at the Smit ... More >>
That other, smaller, more manageable film festival
With a new album, Trilla, on the horizon, Rick Ross is still the Chief of Miami
The subversive mainstream friendliness of Shortbus.
A harrowing journey leads to America, then to someplace better
Get it at ArtServe now, folks! It slices, it dices, it makes you feel mushy.
For the 2004 summer season, Hollywood sticks with what it knows
Local filmmakers use natural talent, shoestring budgets, and guerrilla marketing to off the little bugger
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
Resurrecting a Fort Lauderdale icon
Humanity has never been so hilaaarious
South Florida offers a veritable world tour of frozen goodness
Walter Philbrick's Hollywood lair is the one-stop shop for all your post-9/11 needs - and home to some truly odd characters
This year, a handful of shows provided the healing power of laughter
Delta blew it when someone phoned in a bomb threat. Then the airline tried to cover it up.
The immigration service's own describe how America failed to protect its borders from the September 11 terrorists
David Lottes is taking taxpayers for a ride. And not in a golf cart.
Marvel's mutants are a modest squad of dullards in this frustrating adaptation
Forget Hurricane Floyd. The real threat last week was the media's attempt to trump up the storm.
February 4 - 10, 1999
January 14 - 20,1999