As you can no doubt recall, a crazy-ass fan ran onto the court during the Heat-Cavs game Wednesday night. It was just one of the plethora of The Crazy that happened in Miami's 98-95 win over Cleveland. The fan, donning a T-shirt that basically carried a message to LeBron that Cleveland misses him a ... More >>
Oh, they've been around. For a while now. But a few weeks back Clean Plate Charlie stumbled onto a Japanese ball-perfecting machine. Sounds sort of lecherous. Right?Fortunately, it is not. Ice balls have become a popular means for improving the quality of spirits on the rocks. In fact, Macallan even ... More >>
At least 3,600 pills are missing from the Broward County Office of the Medical Examiner and Trauma Services, according to a blistering report released yesterday by the Broward inspector general that reveals pervasive and destructive neglect by the leadership in the Broward County Office ... More >>
Of the many legendary acts surrounding the formation and cementation of South Florida's punk rock scene, The Reactions hold a special place the hearts of many. This includes those involved at that time, over the years, and from the fledgling collections of some rather hardcore record collectors.& ... More >>
Champion eater Takero Kobayashi set a Guinness World Record on the Wendy Williams Show by successfully eating 14 Hostess Twinkies in one minute.Kobayashi downed the endangered treats while a studio audience and a Guinness official watched. In fact, the official had the... ummm... interesting task ... More >>
Traditions surrounding the December holidays put incredible emphasis on drinking -- and we're not talking about Publix eggnog.Christmas Day is when Mom breaks out champagne over breakfast and mimosas are poured for the entire family. Drinking isn't just acceptable; it's encouraged.That's why Dece ... More >>
When Coca-Cola decided to team with the World Wildlife Fund to raise money for endangered polar bears, who would have thought there would be backlash?
We must be in the wrong business. Looks like the big money is in knickknacks, trinkets, and doodads. According to court documents in a federal criminal case, Kristin Haynes, creator of the Dreamsicles line of collectible ceramic figurines (like the one pictured here) raked in nearly $3 mil ... More >>
photo by ideacreamanuelapps via flickrOn last night's episode of Glee, one of the characters discovers Jesus' face on his grilled cheese, introducing us to "Grilled Cheesus." While this fictional event may be the most famous occurrence of the messiah's mug appearing on food, it's definitely not t ... More >>
You'll soon see this in Boca.Abu Dhabi, Munich, and Madrid were the first places to get ATM machines that dispense gold bars. Next up for the gold ATM is America, and the first two cities to get the machines are Las Vegas and Boca Raton. That's right, the city famous for 4 o'clock dinners is now ... More >>
Imaneed is a real-time classifieds service that is based in Weston, where its founder Matt Lally lives. He created the site as a way of making classified-style ads more dynamic -- functioning in real time rather than "print time." The idea is innovative, even if the name's kind of goofy.Afte ... More >>
Last week, I attended the SouthFloridaDomainers.com event, which was put on by the company Oversee.net. Most of the early innovation in domain name trading, development, and selling originated right here in South Florida. The founders of SFD, Mike Ward, Stu Maloff, and Brian Diener, are some loca ... More >>
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