On Monday night, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi filed a motion to the Third District Court of Appeal that the consolidated Pareto-Huntsman case, which deals with the topic of same-sex marriage, should be given a pass-through -- meaning it would skip the appeals court and go straight to the Flori ... More >>
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court rejected five states looking to keep same-sex marriages illegal, which means Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin can immediately join the other states that recognize same-sex unions. Moreover, same-sex couples living in Colorado, Kansas, North ... More >>
The Sex Pistols railed, "God save the queen/She ain't no human being." The Dead Kennedys sang, "Blow it out your ass, Ronald Reagan." And now, here comes Wolfcat, getting all up in the face of our twice-divorced, thrice-married, yet gay-marriage-denying attorney general, asking her (more tunefull ... More >>
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi wants the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to decide whether the Fourteenth Amendment requires states to sanction same-sex marriage. If her motion is successful, then the South Florida couples who are challenging the state's ban would not be heard in the ... More >>
Adrian Wyllie was in good spirit when we got him on the phone yesterday, riding high on a burst of publicity prompted by the news he'd polled 9 percent in the Florida governor's race, according to the latest Quinnipiac poll. He wasn't quite so happy 15 minutes later, when he hung up on New Times rat ... More >>
You may want to reconsider getting that divorce because it's gonna cost you a crapload of money. The reason: Florida is the most expensive place to get a divorce in the U.S. According to a national database from FindTheBest.com, getting divorced is not only expensive, it's a pain in the ass too. ... More >>
A Florida gay marriage case -- known in the federal court system as James Domer Brenner et al., v. Rick Scott, which challenges Florida's refusal to recognize gay marriages that are performed legally elsewhere (Brenner and his partner married in Canada) -- is sure to be one of the landmark court de ... More >>
Six same-sex couples who sued the state back in January have asked a state court to rule that Florida's ban on marriage equality is unconstitutional. According to Equality Florida, the couples' motion, filed Thursday, asserts that Florida's marriage ban cannot stand in light of last year's U.S. Su ... More >>
The Color Run is a race during which people wear white and get paint dumped on them along the course. It's dubbed "The Happiest 5K on the Planet" and its organizers say it's so successful that it has donated $1 million to charity. They have called it "the largest and most well-recognized running eve ... More >>
The NBA season kicks off tonight when the Miami Heat hosts the Boston Celtics. But before that, the Heat players will be receiving their championship rings and unveiling their 2011-12 NBA Finals Champions big-ass banner that will hang in the rafters at the American Airlines Arena like a giant pair o ... More >>
NBA.com took their annual general manager survey recently and, according to the consensus, the Miami Heat will repeat as NBA champions, this time beating the L.A. Lakers. The thirty GMs of the NBA were asked 57 questions with topics ranging from who will win the MVP, to best off-season moves, to be ... More >>
Gov. Rick Scott has been proudly touting that Florida has created the second-most jobs in the country (behind Texas) since he took office, but here's what he won't tell you: Those new jobs suck.More specifically, since the governor took office in January, Florida workers have had lower hourly wag ... More >>
Two titans of modern art have a meeting of the minds in the desert Southwest.
SeaRobotics.comBoca teachers or Navy Seals?Florida Atlantic University has finally settled a long-running dispute with three men who used to work in the Owl Nest. Stanley Dunn, former chair of FAU's Ocean Engineering department, helped the program evolve from a rinky-dink operation to a consid ... More >>
As any blog reader knows, live blogs are the current way of the future. And any journalist who wants to keep his job embraces the latest way of the future. So...welcome to the first ever LIVE BLOG in Juice history. I secured my spot in the press booth months ago, when it looked ... More >>
For an encore, Tim Tebow will rescue a kitten from the top floor of a burning skyscraper.Judging by the large number of blue and orange-adorned ticket holders puking in the parking lot, it was great to be a Gator last night. The Super Bowl of college football featured jets and fireworks and gazillio ... More >>
Mongol paints a historically hazy but kick-ass picture of everyone's fave emperor, Genghis Khan
Michel Gondry attempts to celebrate DIY filmmaking but comes up short, stale, and flat
Tat space for sale
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Fairway for Investors, Dead End for You
As the case against John Mark Karr disintegrates, attention turns to CU prof Michael Tracey, who's fingered false suspects in the past.
Theo Kogan rocks it with some New York giants.
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A middle-aged race car driver gambles it all for one last chance at victory
The weirdo auteur drives morbidly toward his own money shot in The Brown Bunny
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Morgan Heritage brings reggae to those without a clue
Ralph Matthews has been trying to shut down the fleabag next door for 25 years
Letters for September 27, 2001
Liv Tyler makes the boys go crazy in One Night at McCool's
Three veteran South Florida artists bring their disparate visions to the Coral Springs Museum of Art
In history-bereft Fort Lauderdale, Museum of Art director Kathleen Harleman stamps out a popular tradition
Why doesn't anyone buy this man's records?
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