You feel happy, West Palm Beach? Because a recent study by the University of British Columbia says you are. SO SMILE. Hell, West Palm is such a happy place, sharks migrate there in droves and hang out on the beaches. Know who isn't so happy? Those fancy-pants New Yorkers and their tall buildings a ... More >>
An annual green event that started in Florida in 2010 now spans the globe, uniting people of many lands in a cry for energy sanity and environmental preservation. See also: - Rick Scott Says "I'm Not a Scientist" as He Continues to Ignore Climate Change Issue Hands Across the Sand has grown -- by ... More >>
A day without beer is a day not worth living, except that day could be spent finding more beer. Same with beer news. You got to stay on the up and up or else you'll be drinking swill your whole life. This was a good week for beer, as Bell's Brewery wins a battle against an oil company wanting to p ... More >>
Welcome to our new blog series "Holy Crap, That's Big," where we write about humongous things going up in South Florida and the people behind them. Today's item: a proposed fossil-fuel power plant in the middle of the Everglades.It's a quiet, open hunting preserve right now, but if power demand c ... More >>
The Lion and Eagle Pub in Boca RatonWhile any old-world-style pub around can bill itself as the "real deal," few places in South Florida actually deliver the sights, sounds -- and taste -- of the actual thing. The Lion & Eagle English Pub, however, does it all. Forget that it's hidd ... More >>
In a recent survey of the most dangerous spring break destinations in the country, Fort Lauderdale -- birthplace of the modern spring break -- didn't even crack the top ten. West Palm Beach ranked fifth and Miami was tenth. The survey, conducted by the website lawyer website avvo.com, looked at c ... More >>
As N.E.R.D. reemerges, Pharell Williams is happy to be one of the gang again
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The man who changed skateboarding forever skates in Hollywood -- Florida, not California
Three failed marriages, his family's scorn, an ongoing battle with cancer: Bernie Barker just grins and bares it
Billy Elledge brutally raped and murdered a woman in Hollywood 25 years ago. He has sat in prison since then, evidence that Florida's death penalty isn't working.
Ever since advertisers began plastering their names on bus benches, Broward County has been overrun by unwanted places to sit