On a Wednesday evening in early October, Congressman Joe Garcia strides through the empty lobby of a Key Largo community center, his black dress shoes clacking against the marble floor. Garcia is both affable and imposing. He has a large body and a broad face, with small dark eyes set above a prom ... More >>
In a controversial decision to allow advertising along trails and greenways in the state parks system, the Department of Environmental Protection on April 3 inked a deal with Bikepath Country Florida, a Fort Myers company whose managing partners include two powerful Tallahassee insiders. See also: ... More >>
And now, for a special Floriderp: Holiday Addition story. Three Ginches almost ruined Christmas for one family when they tried to rob gifts from under their tree. Of course, they could have gotten away with it, if they had just heeded simple traffic rules. Like, obeying a Stop sign or two or thr ... More >>
Perez Hilton, a pure product of South Florida, makes bitchery pay
Children's TV pioneer Alan Shalleck had a secret that killed him
Venerable director returns with a devilish thriller.
Saying she´s treated like a stray cur, the wife of ¨Daddy´s Girl¨ millionaire Bruce McMahan breaks her silence
In The Hoax, a lying president (Nixon) begets a lying author. Good thing that wouldn't happen today.
With Clematis Street sputtering, Ray's Downtown barely holds on as a beachhead of hip
There's an extra character on-stage in this antiwar play: a society in thrall to television
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
The West Palm alt-rock scene mourns one of its favorite sons
Only the most fabulous can rule the gay ballroom, where a sense of community transcends the cutthroat competition
State workers are cutting down homeowners' citrus trees to save Florida's fruit industry. It's a South Florida chain saw massacre.