On a sunny afternoon, a six-foot-one man named Andre Brown wearing a burgundy hat had just stepped out of his Boca Raton apartment when a bronze-haired stranger approached him wearing a black suit, leather gloves, and an expression stitched with alarm. "Are you who I'm supposed to talk to?" the man ... More >>
OK, I'm exaggerating a little. But are you telling me this team couldn't have scored a couple touchdowns against the Detroit Lions? Next Wednesday is National Signing Day, which is to college football fans what Christmas is to 8-year-olds. It's the day when high school seniors sign a letter of inten ... More >>
The sport's militaristic roots are fading. This is Wellington, old chap.
The Disco Biscuits
Here's some true or false questions about soon-to-be Miami Herald editor Anders Gyllenhaal, who is leaving the Minneapolist Star Tribune to take the helm at SFla's most widely circulated daily in a couple of months: 1. He is uncle to movie star siblings Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal. 2. During his ... More >>
Turning the miracle of birth into the banking of cold, hard cash.
South Florida's Jon Jacobs wants to be a millionaire. His business: virtual real estate.
In Her Shoes is pretty but useless, a Prada with a broken heel
Hollywood commish profits on biowaste
Painter William Bock uses his skill as a scuba diver to dredge the deep for striking images
Once convicted of fraud and in debt to the IRS for a cool million, Steven West is some kind of businessman
This interesting fusion of art, architecture, fashion, and graphic design could pass for the real thing
A pilot program in Fort Lauderdale challenges the notion that the grass is always greener when treated with chemical pesticides