South Florida is known for ample sunshine, beautiful people, heavy drinking, mile upon mile of beautiful beaches, and one of the most extensive systems of inland canals in the world. There's a reason so many of our residents rarely wear clothes. As much as most of us like to spend our free time dr ... More >>
Can you eat meat without having to kill the animal? Mark Post, a Dutch stem cell researcher, thinks you can and on Monday he will present the world's first lab-grown hamburger at an arts fair in London. But don't take a bite just yet, the patty purportedly has cost about $375,000 that was grown in ... More >>
How therapy saved the monarchy in The King's Speech.
Just because I haven't seen this published anywhere else, I'm putting up this message from Tribune Co.'s Randy Michaels regarding Orlando Sentinel Editor Charlotte Hall's farewell speech as president of the American Society of News Editors. It's an okay speech, but who are these "pun ... More >>
On the day the company declares Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tribune's Chief Innovation Officer, Lee Abrams, issues a "think piece" to staff in which he says Tribune newspapers must "own" the recession: THE RECESSION: Discussion on we should position our papers and TV as the vehicles that helps peo ... More >>
Shut Up & Sing, Lunacy, Family Ties, 49th Parallel
Fisher Island millionaire Bruce McMahan loved his daughter so much, he married her.
Old Florida still exists. It's over there behind those condos.
Like a Pig in
Hawks versus doves versus free-weekly lovers versus anti-Semitic rag haters
Cap's Place Island Restaurant
Before he dies of Lou Gehrig's disease, Phil Snaith wants to accomplish one final goal: force the state to allow assisted suicides