There's nothing new about celebrity chefs endorsing products, and some of them make a great deal of sense. Take, for example, Martha Stewart's range of cookware items. After all, who wouldn't want to cook like the domestic diva herself, and if purchasing a set of Martha's steak knives or a Dutch ove ... More >>
Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw's counter-terror tattletale program C-PAT (Community Partners Against Terrorism) first drew widespread attention in late April, with news of a $1 million grant of state money for "Prevention Intervention" units to act preemptively on tips gathered from the prog ... More >>
Tonight, millions of people around the world will gather around their televisions to see a big lighted ball drop from One Times Square in New York City at midnight. Since 1907, the New Year's Eve ball has dropped at 11:59 p.m., traveling 77 feet in 60 seconds to signify the start of another year. &n ... More >>
For almost eight decades New York City's Copacabana nightclub has earned itself both notoriety and infamy thanks to a litany of now legendary performers and gangsters who passed through its doors. The New York club has since taken over several spaces around the city and now exists as a kind of livi ... More >>
"Her name was Lola...She was a showgirl....."That's the first line of the hit Barry Manilow song about iconic New York City nightclub, Copacabana, that saw the likes of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Len Horne, Desi Arnaz, and Sam Cooke (to name just a few) performing on its stage.
Taco Bell, everyone's favorite drive-through to hit after a night of serious drinking, released its Doritos Locos Tacos nationwide (including throughout South Florida) with a midnight debut last Thursday. A story on forbes.com begs the question of whether the new product -- essentially a ta ... More >>
Shown at the Berlin and Tribeca film festivals, the beautiful Jiro Dreams of Sushi has generated buzz for several months. Released in theaters March 9, the film chronicles the life of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the world's greatest sushi chef, whose ten-seat restaurant, Sukiyabas ... More >>
A friend of the Juice was in New York this weekend, watching the NFL playoff games in Times Square (surely surrounded by a sea of obnoxious Jets fans), when he snapped this shot. It's a special bit of torture -- a mobile beach scene driving through Manhatten on a day with a low of zero degrees -- ... More >>
Photo by Erica K. LandauThe Place: B.B. King's Restaurant & Blues Club, 550 Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach. Call 561-420-8600. The Hours: 3 to 7 p.m. every day. The Deal: Half-off drinks and appetizers. The Digs: With locations already in the two music capitals of Memphis and Nashville and ... More >>
Can't decide what to do on New Year's Eve or can't afford a pricy restaurant bash? Clematis Street to the rescue. The 500 block of West Palm Beach's resurgent dining-nitelife venue will be the site of a free block party beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, and continuing until, well. ... More >>
The way to forget 2010.If 2010 was a fish, most of us would throw it back. So say good riddance to the old and check out the festivities at this quintet of Palm Beach County restaurants. 5. Café BouludDaniel Boulud's Palm Beach outpost with James Beard Award-nominated chef Zach Bell at the ... More >>
Sure, maybe the name Shalala sounds a bit Middle Eastern. But nobody would say she looks even a bit like the Times Square bomber. But page 4A in yesterday's Miami Herald included the photo at right, which is actually Faisal Shahzad from a clip shown on Al-Arabiya. We've called her office for a re ... More >>
In the early 14th Century, the Italian writer Dante Alighieri penned an epic poem called The Divine Comedy. In it, he imagined himself on a journey through Hell, Purgatory and finally into Paradise (aka, heaven). Hell, he found, was composed of nine concentric circles, each representing a sin mor ... More >>
Dr. William Saxton, saving Florida children's hearts and minds from IslamDr. William Saxton is sitting at a Starbucks in West Boca Raton, clutching a bulging black briefcase. But he's having trouble concentrating on our conversation. He keeps looking around for a better table. "I'd prefer to have ... More >>
Flickr user: April A. TaylorThanks for the helping hand, Bloomberg.Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration has devised an ingenious way to cut down on the number of homeless families in New York City shelters: Handing out one-way tickets to leave town. And what's one of the most popular destinat ... More >>
The Boca Museum offers the full scope of photorealism, a movement that's so yesterday.
Because lips are so 2008.
Some local Moms and Pops want to make you richer and happier!
That old 'last man on earth' setup? It really works.
Fairy-tale land and the real world collide to no good end in Enchanted
Hostel sequel is lame, tame, and totally not worth moralizing
The Flaming Lips are back on the road and reflecting on nearly 25 years of weirdness
Even hustlers need a family
RaZoo Gallery displays visionary tat artists, junk collectors, and other sophisticated "bruts"
Atlantis Playhouse's plucky production of The Life conjures the poetry of the lower depths
Times Square Pizza
13 Conversations About One Thing takes on some weighty topics
15 Minutes is all about gore and action, not character and control
Salute to Vienna
The Oshogatsu Japanese New Year celebration
For only $39,800 anyone can be there and here for next year's snazziest millennium bashes