New Times: You've shown a strong interest in Israel and Israeli politics. My understanding is that you do not favor the two-state solution. Allen West: You mean creation of a Palestinian state? When has there ever been a Palestinian state? Well, if you don't favor the two-state solution, do you ... More >>
Kicking off a rather flabby and blabby column, fashion expert and style columnist Simon Doonan announced in Slate this week that he spied some famous folks enjoying a holiday dinner at Cafe Boulud in Palm Beach. "A shocking and riveting tableau" he called it. Riveting, maybe. Shocking, ... More >>
If you thought Florida International University's amazing bowl win last night had wiped away the seeming curse that the sports gods have placed on the school, think again. Associated Press WittelsTrumping that news now is the arrest of FIU baseball hitting streak phenom Garrett Witt ... More >>
Shortly after Elisa Moed moved from Boca Raton to Israel in 2005, she realized that the country could improve the way it markets itself to the droves of Christian tourists in America. That idea grew into Travelujah.com, a site that can help a Christian have an inspiring trip to the Holy Land. Or to ... More >>
Today, The Juice officially endorses quitters, from those of us who ran out of chips during the Super Bowl and were unable to finish the cheese dip, to those who choose to bravely walk away from the state's highest offices. Here's to you, Charlie Crist and Mel Martinez, two men big enough to say "en ... More >>
Eli Kavon is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University who lectures on Jewish history and is a frequent contributor to The Jerusalem Post. I spoke with Kavon recently to get his perspective on the conflict that's erupted between Israel and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and which shows n ... More >>
South Florida reps push for war. But who are they pushing for?
Slammed with hefty court-ordered judgments in the Northeast, matchmaker Helena Amram has found no peace in South Florida either