Muriel Olivares, founder and farmer at the Little River Market Garden.A wise sage once told her young grasshopper, "If you plant something every day, you'll have something every day." Actually, it was more like Muriel Olivares, founder and farmer of the Little River Market Garden, telling us he ... More >>
Apparently, when it comes to agriculture and civil rights, Florida just can't do anything right. In the new book, Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit, journalist Barry Estabrook traces the history of the tomato and discusses the ecological and human co ... More >>
via Flickr CALM ActionWhat Florida Senator Jim Norman doesn't want us to see.Something is wrong with Florida Sen. Jim Norman. I don't mean that something is wrong with his physical or mental health (well, maybe the latter), but rather that something is wrong with him in general. He is defective, ... More >>
To hell with Harper's. New Times gets you high.
Here is the video for a song called Turkey Murder (The Thanksgiving Song), it's no Adam Sandler Thanksgiving Song, but that song is played out anyways. What with all this internet and all these cameras, and all these softwares you'd figure somebody would have come up with a new classic by now, bu ... More >>
Truluck's seafood restaurant got its start in Texas, but its appearance in Florida is reason for stone-crab lovers to rejoice: The company keeps its own crab fishing fleet of 16 boats outside of Naples, Florida, where it hauls in enough crab to provide the chain with seriously fresh claws during sea ... More >>
"Are you homophobic? I am appalled that any reporter would write such garbage."
Or oink, neigh, or cluck it for a good cause
Jonathan Demme's documentary brings a joyful revolutionary to the screen
Captain Jim's Seafood
What's $28 million a year and added jobs for the poorest American city mean next to big cubanismo, bro?
Hey you tree huggers, stop squeezing and actually raise one!
Buy shares in an organic collective, and get homegrown greens in return
Micro-greens and miniature roses are all the rage in Homestead's organic farms