Fans of HBO's Game of Thrones are just now starting to dry the end-of-season tears -- and many are already counting down the months until the hot-nerd-fantasy is on the boob tube again. Unfortunately, season five is still a long way off. But there's even more reason to celebrate next year. The TV ... More >>
Hardy Park Bistro's chef-owner Philip Darmon, an Australian native, has charted a unique course through the culinary world, guided in no small part by coincidence and fate. About 11 years ago, he was working as a chef in high-end Sydney restaurants when he lost a close friend to suicide. The traumat ... More >>
Pete Evans - set to invade America Pete Evans is a major celebrity chef in Australia, but if you don't know his name yet don't worry...you will because Pete is poised to take over the U.S. His first American book, My Grill, has just been released (at over 200 pages, this is the ultima ... More >>
Now we know that there was never any criminal complaint filed against Coral Park Elementary Principal Amanda Miles, who was charged with felony marijuana possession after police found three-quarters of an ounce of the stuff in her bedroom. Well, of course there wasn't -- who would complain abou ... More >>
The Daily TelegraphInside, see a video of Jimmy Buffett's fall at the end of his concert in Sydney, Australia. It looks brutal; newspapers are reporting that he's in stable condition at the hospital. It appears from the video that Buffett simply walked unwittingly off the stage. The Daily ... More >>
Is Tony Villegas mentally ill?Now that a Broward judge has declared Tony Villegas incompetent to stand trial for the murder of attorney Melissa Britt Lewis, many people are wondering about his state of mind two years ago, when he was arrested for allegedly strangling Melissa and dumping her body ... More >>
Matthew Mitcham, the reigning Olympic champion diver with the highest-scoring dive in the sport's history, told an Australian newspaper today that he's terrified of diving in Fort Lauderdale. "Petrified," actually. My own theory is that it's because Mitcham's coach seems prone to vivid descriptions ... More >>
Must-see acts on the two-day festival's lineup.
Not even Brody Jenner could extinguish the bromance.
An Aussie star shines over Florida.
Someone stop Amanda Bynes from updating another classic
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The Palm Beach Post's "Literary Diva" asks in her blog why it's OK for Newsweek magazine to summarize O.J. Simpson's account of his killing of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman, but it's not okay for Judith Regan/HarperCollins to print a book about it. "I've got one question," asks diva Rhonda Sw ... More >>
The Church returns from the big down under.
Wolf Creek rings in Christmas with a band of butchered tourists
Is South Florida's most notorious pimp peddling a fake cancer cure?
Meet Hollywood's Donald Tobkin: caring M.D., feared lawyer, accused felon
By making beautiful music, Keith Michaud arms himself against adversity
Hotties, hotties, and more hotties
Danny Deckchair sends an upbeat message from Down Under
Can't you Spooky Kids just play nice? Marilyn Manson refugees need a referee.
Romance is dead? Not if Air Supply can help it.
Would you call Neil Hamburger funny ha-ha or funny peculiar?
Parents, take heart: Finding Nemo is better than the average Disney 'toon
The Art and Culture Center offers a fascinating glimpse into the artistic process
The Get Up Kids' growing pains are felt mostly by their fans
To protect boxers from the fight game, Irv Abramson wants to form a more perfect union
Before he dies of Lou Gehrig's disease, Phil Snaith wants to accomplish one final goal: force the state to allow assisted suicides