The fourth annual New Times Brew at the Zoo is tomorrow, May 4 at Zoo Miami. The event features great beers, good food, live concerts, and plenty of surprises.
We know most of you have your tickets in hand and are busy planning for an evening of sudsy fun -- ironing your best beer-related t-shirt, ... More >>
For the first time, this humble writer can put the words 'party animals' down and mean it with literal truth. That's right, it's Brew at the Zoo time!
The inaugural event at the Palm Beach Zoo welcomed one thousand area beer aficionados (in both quality and quantity) to come hang out amongst the p ... More >>
We obviously write about a ton of events over here. For the most part, they tend to be fairly spread out. Well, not this weekend.
South Florida foodies need to get ready this week: no matter your location or culinary preferences, there are food-related events galore. The five best, after the jump. ... More >>
Paul and Young Ron might be the funniest people to every hit the radio airwaves, but did you know they're also beer aficionados?
In fact, they love beer so much, they've taken over the fourth annual New Times' Brew at the Zoo, renaming our home brew section the "Paul and Young Ron Brewers Alley".
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The Everglades Wonder Gardens in Bonita Springs is soon going to be closing its doors. There have been some communication with potential buyers to keep the zoo open, but so far things are just in the talking-stage.
But one Florida man had a better idea. Why not just saw through the gate in the ... More >>
Tour-boat captains are supposed to be a little zany, maybe even a bit edgy if the crowd is right. But Angel Rodriguez of Island Safari Tours was apparently very drunk and totally insane when he took a trio of tourists out for a day of sightseeing near Key West. Yes, it sounds awe ... More >>
It might be hard to believe from the weather outside, but Autumn 2012 officially began on September 22. But just because we live in the only Zone 10 in the contiguous United States doesn't mean we can get a little taste of fall fun. There are pumpkin patches, hayrides, and harvest-time fun all over ... More >>
We've seen some interesting pairings in our lifetimes -- Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton, Cayenne pepper and mangos (delicious), cats and dogs sleeping together, chocolate in my peanut butter, but here's one for the history books -- food trucks and health clubs!Yes, at first we were confuse ... More >>
Something wild is happening at the zooGive your Valentine something wild with a special breakfast at The Palm Beach Zoo this Sunday, February 13th. This totally cool breakfast is fun for kids and adults and includes all day admission to the zoo, a buffet ... More >>
Flickr: fracasnoirThe feature story I wrote this week about zoophiles has attracted some controversy, here and in our sister paper, the Miami New Times. That's not surprising -- it's a touchy subject. I didn't have time to respond to all the comments and emails, but I did want to share a correspo ... More >>
There is no organized opposition to the legislation being brought by Florida Sen. Nan Rich, or Sunrise, that would make it a third-degree felony to have "sexual contact" with an animal. As Rich put it a few weeks ago, "Who thinks it's OK to have sex with animals?"Perhaps no group that would go publ ... More >>
flickr user: DeDanielWith a local legislator, Sen. Nan Rich, touting a bill that would make it a felony to have sex with an animal, I've recently interviewed a self-described "zoo" from the upper Midwest, "James." Part one of that interview is here. I asked James whether zoophilia was the product of ... More >>
Of all the thorny, polarizing, and controversial subjects that a state legislator must handle, Sen. Nan Rich probably didn't think she'd have to explain the logic behind a bill that makes bestiality illegal. And to be fair, she doesn't have to explain it to anyone -- everybody else, it seems, gets i ... More >>