Cops in Longwood, Florida, received a report this week that a young blond woman was sitting idly in a car parked outside of a Big Lots. The caller said she looked "stoned out of her face." When police arrived, they found her clutching a crack pipe and had a 2-week-old boy strapped in a car seat in t ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies -- and she's bringing Chris Rock.
PETA, a sad, attention-trolling parody of an animal rights organization, never lets a prime opportunity for cheap publicity go to waste, so they've decided to jump on the news that OJ Simpson's Kendall close is in foreclosure. PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk has penned a letter to the foreclos ... More >>
via IMDB.comEvil empire or jobs creator? Depends whom you ask.There's nothing quite like the impending invasion of Arkansas's finest low-rent retailer to inspire fiery emotions in an up-and-coming neighborhood. (How many other chains have sparked angry documentaries and legions of dissenting grou ... More >>
Chef Micah EdelsteinWhen Micah Edelstein landed in Miami late last year to become executive chef of one of the Design District's more rooted eateries, Grass Restaurant and Lounge, people weren't quite sure what to make of her. After all, it's no secret she wasn't necessarily a fan favorite from T ... More >>
via Explore TalentPolice have identified a body found in a burning trash can as 26-year-old tourist Paula Sladewski.The body was found on NE 130th Street in an area full of auto body shops. According to the Miami Herald, Sladewski, a Michigan native who resided in Rancho Cucamonga, California, tr ... More >>
Marco KornfeldAlex Daoud is one of those only-in-South-Florida characters -- a big and boisterous former Miami Beach mayor who sparred with Muhammad Ali, spent 18 months in prison for bribery, and then wrote an unsparing book about it. Now film producer Philippe Martinez has bought the rights to ... More >>
The ABCs of TMBG.
Jon Jacobs wants to make a fortune. His business: virtual real estate.
July 28-August 3, 2005
There's more to Stephen King's Dreamcatcher than will fit in its confusing cinematic adaptation