Super Bowl week is here, and people and entrepreneurs from all over the U.S. are traveling to the Big Apple to cash in on the throng of football fans hitting up all the events leading to the Big Game. One enterprising Florida woman also decided to jump in on the cash cow that is Super Bowl week by ... More >>
Every traveler knows the way it goes with flight layovers. Even Anthony Bourdain was smart enough to create a show around them. Why? If you have a layover, you admit food defeat, and are most likely willing to go the remainder of your day without sitting down to a satisfying meal. Or at least one th ... More >>
The sandwich. Where did it come from? How has it evolved? And why is it a staple meal, no matter what country, culture, or ethnicity? There's just something about the endless food combinations you can create and then stuff between two slabs of bread. All the food groups in one easy-to-eat, stuff-you ... More >>
That's Reggie Jackson on the left, the guy who's supposed to win you the game. And then the other guy, yeah, that's Bucky.Growing up in southern New Hampshire as I did, kids knew there was one way to curse around parents and teachers. You put Bucky before the four-letter word and then Dent afterw ... More >>
In a tearful farewell yesterday for outgoing Broward Mayor Ken Keechl, Stacy Ritter spoke of how she, Keechl, and fellow Commissioner Ilene Lieberman were the "three queens" of the Broward County Commission. Before the mayor's fall, Ritter, Lieberman, and Keechl basked ... More >>
The fun starts early next week with some Tuesday and Wednesday parties. Here are a few highlights.
Doubt wags the finger of moral relativism
Luck blows in on a rain cloud
A new book compiles punk's greatest hits and biggest tools
The 'Lectric Santas bring the gift of scene resurrection
Just released from prison, Miami hip-hop icon DJ Raw is ready for the takeover
The Warriors nicely complements the bloody cult classic that inspired it.
And South Florida's Tabloid Valley vanishes.
A mean-spirited VA medical center director has patient care playing distant second to the bottom line
Davie's Richard Grayson has built a political career of joke campaigns
He's raised a lot of money in his bid for the Senate, but from whom?
This wild ride of a play is weird and wonderful
Something you don't want to do if you miss this play
A digital camera, a demented dream, lots of fake blood, and almost no money: That's Fear Film
Well-traveled and fundamental truth
A good, upstanding American family gets mixed up with the mob
Magazine mogul David Pecker rates public agencies' response to the Boca debacle
Piñero captures all that was beautiful and ugly about the writer
Davie's first black elected official has had to conquer the town's racist past... and her own fear
A muddled mission, an overbuilt home, and the indifference of Boca's blue bloods have brought the International Museum of Cartoon Art to the brink of cancellation
Irv Reisfeld fought ferociously for Broward's forgotten children. Then his boss axed him.
More and more South Floridians have taken up yoga for exercise, but relatively few explore its spiritual underpinnings
Hank Greenberg documentary hits a home run
As a world-famous Cantor, David Feuer's mission is to bring the Torah alive in song
South Florida radio gets more homogenized following raids of unlicensed radio stations
Carole Demesmin is a vodou priestess, singer, activist, and -- above all -- a hopeful savior of her troubled homeland
The Life of Reilly
A pilot program in Fort Lauderdale challenges the notion that the grass is always greener when treated with chemical pesticides