Moving to South Florida is no easy task. It takes gumption and balls, and you probably have to be a little nuts as well. Why? Because South Florida is insane. It's also beautiful, sexy, sweltering, and sultry. But, mostly, insane. Now that you're here, it's important to understand that we're not ju ... More >>
Back in March, the non-profit watchdog group Integrity Florida put out a study that said Florida was number one in terms of being the most corrupt state in the U.S. Their study found that a whopping 1,762 of Florida's public officials have been convicted of public corruption since 1976. From 2000 ... More >>
flickr.comIn March, after Dave Aronberg, a Democratic candidate for attorney general, said in a debate that there are more pain clinics in Broward County than McDonald's locations, we counted them. We found 71 sets of Golden Arches and more than 100 pain clinics.The next month, that same stat sho ... More >>
Does Barack Obama embroider his own history for political effect?
Marilyn Monroe, now starring at the Boca, is still raw material for artists and dreamers
Harper's Magazine just posted one of the most fascinating stories on the Mark Foley scandal to date (via Romenesko). In short, Ken Silverstein puts the lie to the Republican B.S. line that this was orchestrated by the Democratic Party. The source of the information, he writes, was a Democrat, but he ... More >>
It's glowstick time again, and strangely, we have Mara Giulianti to thank
Sure, it was the year of Bush/Kerry. But here are South Florida's really big stories.
Broward's Jennifer Van Bergen joins Michael Moore in bashing Bush
A $60 million park may bring Broward into the bigs of the world's second most popular sport
How to make that "wonderful weekend in Orlando" sound like a month at the Taj Mahal
Pipin Ferreras and his wife, Audrey, challenged the deadly sea. They lost.
A group of intrepid wahines is trying to take charge of its sport
Two shows at the Boca Museum succeed mostly in exposing Marc Chagall's limitations
Big wave-riding among the sharks of New Smyrna Beach -- the calm before NYC's storm
Who is Harvey Slavin? Why is he so angry? And why can't he stop sending scathing letters to the editor?
The world's greatest boxing trainer is still going strong, fueled by the prospect of finding the next champion
Fed up with fear of infection and bored with the Internet, a new generation of swingers reinvents South Florida's sexual underworld