This year, a few deserving vets will be treated to Christmas Dinner at Dave & Busters thanks to the tireless work of the Veterans in Need Foundation in Pompano.Mike Dodsworth is a volunteer, soon to be employee, and a retired veteran himself. "We fed over 600 veterans on Thanksgiving and we ... More >>
Gov. Rick Scott spent $73 million of his own money in the 2010 governor's race. When asked in April if he'd be cutting more checks for reelection in 2014, he responded, simply, "I won't have to... I don't know what it will cost, but we'll have the money to win."And if the donations to his "Let's Get ... More >>
Congressman Allen West has had enough of these half-assed wars in the Middle East.While West was focused mainly on Obama's spending policies at his town hall meeting in Deerfield Beach Wednesday afternoon, he was also very critical of cuts to military funding and foreign policy interactions that ... More >>
Laine Doss Spike Mendelsohn as The HamburglerYesterday, we presented Part I of our interview with Top Chef's Spike Mendelsohn. If you missed it, you can view it here. We continue with our interview. Clean Plate Charlie: Do you have any plans for expanding Good Stuff Eatery outside of DC? ... More >>
Nicole DannaThe Blind Monk in West Palm Beach will be hosting the Kessler-Koehler Evening of Film "After Party" from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday.Here's a great recipe.Take a bar chock full of great wine; mix with a hearty helping of tapas; add three equal parts lifelong friendship; and add a doub ... More >>
Among the South Florida congressional delegation, only Rep. Alcee Hastings consistently votes to change U.S. policy in Afghanistan. He's probably done his history homework. He knows trying to win a fight with that country is much like using a Kleenex during a hurricane: pointless, frustrating, an ... More >>
Foster: Proving South Florida still has a few good menWhat are the odds? Of 10 extraordinary people chosen from around the globe as the finalists for CNN's Heroes of 2009, two of them are doing their good deeds based in South Florida. And until this Thursday the 19th, you can click here to ... More >>
Photo: kcchiefs.comCorey MaysCletis Mays hasn't been quite the same since he shipped off to Vietnam. The adventure left him with some memories he won't revisit and it cost him his legs. But Mays, who lives in Fort Lauderdale, survived. He then had a son. And now Corey Mays is a linebacker for the ... More >>
John LinnSven Vogtland is the Advanced Sommelier at the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale, and a 13-year veteran of the craft who has recommended bottles in the sunny Virgin Islands and in far-away Vietnam. In this column, Vogtland will discuss the latest trends in wine, from what bottles and regions are ... More >>
Who would have guessed that witnessing a tea bagging would be so hard to swallow? Honestly, I thought yesterday afternoon was going to be funny. I figured I'd stroll a few blocks from the New Times the Juice office down to the federal courthouse at Broward and NE Third Avenue and see a fe ... More >>
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Capsule reviews of current area art exhibitions.
Another sequel, another chance for Rocky to persevere for America
The Norton's photo exhibit blurs the line between reality and illusion.
Why We Fight probes America's passion for war
Mike Jones and the Jetsetter Lounge offer a revisionist history of the future.
Sean Penn blames his problems on the president -- so what else is new?
Got a fallin' feeling?
E. Elias Merhige injects Hollywood with shadowy intelligence.
America gets blamed for just about everything in the Sol's new production
John Alexander: simpleton or savior?
A pair of filmmakers dredges up all the rage and frustration of Election 2000
Pot laws are no joke, dude
The debut of Urban Cowboy is a rough ride indeed
Erik Sampson is a hippie no more. His business, though, isn't exactly conventional.
Should 2700 little sparrows be allowed to hold up the reclaiming of the Everglades?
Rabid anti-Castro Cubans poop on Irakere's party in West Palm Beach
The "Hot Air" Florida poetry slam
Part CEO, part shaman, Seminole leader James Billie has his tribe charging toward economic independence.