Though a proposed ban on Broward County pit bulls was shelved last night, if the legislation reemerges in some form -- and actually passes -- the prohibition on the dog wouldn't be anything unusual.
In 1989, Miami may have been one of the first communities to ban pit bulls -- but it sure hasn't bee ... More >>
Salsa Fiesta, the Broward and Miami-Dade-based fast and casual Mexican concept of South Florida that originated in Venezuela, is getting geared up to fight breast cancer this month. Since opening its first location in Miami in 2009, the restaurant's new location in Pembroke Pines will be hosting the ... More >>
Joining the likes of other people down in recent polls like Mittington Romnom, Allen West: COMMIE HUNTER and people that have become wholly irrelevant like Sarah Palin, Florida Rep. Connie Mack has jumped into the fray of yelling loud things at the president about Libya and terrorist coddling and st ... More >>
Clean Plate Charlie is pitting our eight best dining areas against each other in a March Madness-style bracket. Later this month, we'll crown a winner -- an undisputed champion city that can boast to have the best food scene in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Below, read up on No. 4 seeded Weste ... More >>
Argentina, Venezuela, and Cuba get nods on this sabor Latino dish that features croquettes, yuca, empanadas, sausage, and a tamale. The family-owned restaurant where we sampled this medley has just opened its second location. Where are we eating?Leave your guesses in the comments and we'll award ... More >>
Salsa Fiesta opened its second US location in Pembroke Pines last Wednesday, six months past a projected March opening due to construction delays. CEO and owner Cesar Olivo introduced the sixth location of his fast food chain from Venezuela to Miami in 2009, reported Miami New Times critic, Lee K ... More >>
Venezuelan police take Abarca to the airport before he's extradited to Cuba.Francisco Chávez Abarca didn't make it far when he tried to get into Venezuela on July 1. Authorities detained the Salvadoran at the airport on charges that he allegedly planned bombings in Cuba.After Abarca's arrest, Ve ... More >>
Vagabondi doesn't own a walk-in, just a normal fridge."We don't have any old food here - there's nowhere to put it," says Fernando Diaz, who is partners with Carlo Sernaglia in the 4-month-old Vagabondi restaurant in West Palm Beach.
The restaurant is the first for the duo. Sernaglia, o ... More >>
If you are or have ever been a cubicle slave, you know a good, cheap lunch that isn't one more ham-and-cheese or tuna sandwich can bring a tiny speck of light into the daily grind of pounding big rocks into little rocks for The Man. Of course, you don't have to be a cubicle slave or desk dr ... More >>
Ronald Belisario was just 16 years old when he was signed to the Florida Marlins in 1999. The right-handed pitcher from Venezuela worked his way through baseball's farm teams, missing the 2005 and 2006 seasons due to surgery, then landing in the Pittsburgh Pirates' minor league system. This yea ... More >>
Locos Por Juana, considered by many to be Miami's best Latin band, makes their way to La La Land today for a string of performances surrounding the 51st Annual Grammy Awards. Whether their getting the crowd going at one of the city's many festivals or barring the entrance to Jazid as thei ... More >>