New census data is set to be released on Monday -- and New York and Florida will be jockeying for third and fourth place as the most populated states behind Texas and California. If Florida doesn't surpass New York this year, it certainly will next year, experts say. Reasons for the trend are two- ... More >>
Unexplained incidents are known to happen on the full moon. Dogs are more likely to attack, people find it harder to fall asleep, and Eat the Tea will celebrate its one-year anniversary this Thursday. The colorful tea shop also opened on the full moon last September, and owner Maureen Ruggeri raises ... More >>
It's hard to hang onto a reporter's notebook when a pro dominatrix is smacking your ass. That's the lesson Scary Mary Santa is literally hammering into a visitor touring her new Fort Lauderdale dungeon. She's showing off her Saint Andrew's Cross, a domination rack where willing slaves (and reluctan ... More >>
On Tuesday, a week and a day after Miami New Times published online a report describing hundreds of pages of records from the office of a Coral Gables clinic, Biogenesis, the first professional baseball players have acknowledged involvement with owner Anthony Bosch. In statements issued Tuesday to ... More >>
Last September, 26-year-old Aaron Stinson sat around a friend's apartment in upstate New York drinking some beer and smoking Relaxinol, a brand of so-called "herbal incense." Manufacturers would usually stamp warning labels on these products to indicate that they were "not for human consumption," bu ... More >>
Everything's bigger in Texas, and if you're looking to go big for your Father's Day barbecue next Sunday, Jeremy "Jay" Armstead of Texas Hold 'Em has a few secrets for a Texas-style celebration for Dad.According to Armstead, "Texas-style barbecue is all about long periods of smoke with a slow-cookin ... More >>
The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. of Boca Raton will be supplying water in Brooklyn at Barclays Center, the new home for the NBA Nets. Needless to say, Brooklynites aren't pleased. "There's nothing Brooklyn about this water," said Brooklyn Councilwoman Letitia James. The arena will also feature ... More >>
Nicole DannaWould you ever go for a drink at a strip club? If you're a guy, that answer is probably "yes." But you women out there? Probably not. Well, ladies, think again. Next time you're out and about, why not head over to Rachel's to see Nina Silvestro and Jenna Thoma ... More >>
Congressman-elect Allen West was interviewed on Fox News Sunday this weekend. He was surprisingly mellow. The barn-burning campaigner who called for an armed march on Lexington and Concord was nowhere in evidence. Despite interviewer Chris Wallace's best efforts at incitement, West remained poise ... More >>
Tal Ronnen made history when his book The Conscious Cook -- the first full-color vegan cookbook to be published in North America -- hit the New York Times bestseller list last fall. Since hitting the big-time (thanks also to Oprah, who had Ronnen develop a 21-day vegan cleanse for her), Ronnen ha ... More >>
Flickr: CenFlaPoliticsRubioIt would have been a more fortuitous sign for Marco Rubio if Doug Hoffman hadn't lost his congressional race in upstate New York, but the fact that a Conservative Party candidate won 45 percent of the vote has Rubio more hopeful than ever. The same can be said for the r ... More >>
The B-52's reappear just in time for far out to be way in again
Inside the "Rejuvenation Centers" at the heart of the nation's largest illegal steroid and HGH operation
Strange creatures haunt the Everglades. And that's just the humans.
Tat space for sale
They're just a bunch of kids who like to bind one another with ropes
Should Local Buyers Watch Out for "Katrina Cars" ?
War has been good for Pompano Beach's Point Blank Body Armor
On the Fourth, this dominatrix blew the beach
The Raveonettes make dark doo-wop for the indie set
Bikers, gourmands, 30,000 country fans, and bare boobies collide at a massive chili cook-off. Bottoms up!
No Robin Hood in these woods. Just big hearts, tough times, plenty of soul, and keep the Ice Light comin'
The SoFla sex industry is being taken over by grandfatherly procurers and Internet-surfing hos
An exploration of the nudge-nudge, wink-wink school of marriage
Plucky Alana Davis begins a new career in a new town
A Delray businessman's cards create an international stir
The story of a Hollywood couple's love and death is heart-rending. It should also spur change.
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
So sibling sparring is a familiar plot; you can still act it up
Iron and Wine proves that you don't have to be a hick to play the banjo
Be careful when you pack your carryon bag. You might end up in the calaboose.
The man who created Josie and the Pussycats can't understand why his girls don't belong to him
Stiller and De Niro square off in the big-screen sitcom Meet the Parents
"Revisiting the Beat Generation With David Plumb"
What's a man to do if he doesn't want his balls hanging around? Simple: Just find someone to cut them off.
Members of Mensa, fighting a stereotype of intellectual elitism, are trying to recast themselves as a hip bunch of eggheads ready to party down
June 10 - 16, 1999