Last night, likenesses of your Miami Dolphins were literally slaughtered on South Park, which was a lot more enjoyable than watching them get figuratively slaughtered on the field most Sundays. We just pretended every player was Ted Ginn Jr., and it was rather cathartic.For some context: In last ... More >>
Head over to the merry old land of Wales where they are less than familiar with the joys of America's favorite sport, and mention "Dolphins Football," and the wildcat offense might not be the first thing that comes to mind. Depending on how imaginative your new Welsh friend is, he might giggle at th ... More >>
via N3T10's flickrSometimes Miami deserves its reputation as slightly Third-World. Police last night found a six-foot nurse shark lying in the middle of a street in Overtown. It apparently had been there since 7 p.m., but no one bothered to call the cops for two hours. ... More >>
We came across this photo of a killer whale at Miami Seaquarium on Thilosalmon's Flickr, and it got us thinking about Free Willy, which in turn got us thinking about Michael Jackson again. Everyone grieves in their own way; apparently we grieve in random associations.
This story doesn't really have a local hook per se, but I know you all love sharks, and I know you all love cocaine. So what if somehow, some way, sharks and cocaine came together in one slightly amusing but ultimately troublesome incident? Well, thanks to the ingenuity of Mexican drug lords, t ... More >>
Jamba Juice and Caribbean Conservation CorporationSlirp for a good causeIt's a win win, folks. Show up to Jamba Juice today, purchase a smoothie or other healthful snack, and the company will donate 20 percent of the sale to help ensure the survival of sea turtles. It's all in cooperatio ... More >>
Cuban duo Guerra de la Paz turns trash into a funky otherworld.
Tourists can't wait to get next to them — even if they are eating machines.
A new Lincoln Road show delivers the sting of comedy.
It stops sharks and sunburn. Hell, it costs less than $10 per bottle.
Jaws Unleashed is as sloppy as it is gory
It's new, it's cool, and Huizenga hates it
The life of the emperor penguin isn't easy, but it might make yours seem better
Shark killers, whimpering liberals, and demanding drag queens
This time it just might be Mark "the Shark" Quartiano who ends up being filleted
Dance music, Stevie Wonder, pot-smoking teens, and Leona Helmsley
Seaquarium stonewalls about the health and well-being of Lolita the orca
Cruel, vapid, and unfunny, this Shark bites
Sky of blue, sea of green, super symphony
A year ago, three South Florida friends began sewing plush dolls for fun; now they're at the vanguard of a toy revolution
Shirley Henderson juggles a love triangle in the Midlands
El Capitan Marine & Fishing Center
Note to self: Help save sea turtles while watching them hatch!
Fishy times, these, that can support the 46th annual Marine Aquarium Show
Fred Neil may find fame now that he's in a better place
An eight-year-old's severed arm and a broker's chewed-off leg aren't enough to convince Florida to ban interactive diving
The Original Florida Keys Ladies Dolphin Tournament
Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary
Swim with the dolphins
Howard Garrett carries the torch for an aging aquatic entertainer named Lolita
Like a lot of people, Manny Puig has a hobby. Unlike a lot of people, his hobby involves riding alligators and sharks.
Creating an artificial reef is no longer a slam-dunk affair, despite an abundance of missile sites, water towers, and wanna-be philanthropists
Treasure hunter, diving extremist, and aspiring filmmaker Ron McManmon launches the ultimate party barge and introduces the gentleman's sport of shark riding
At the urging of dolphin activist Russ Rector, Paul Mitchell Systems tells Miami Seaquarium, "You're all wet!"
Destruction. Upheaval. Change. Rebirth. In the two years since Hurricane Andrew, Biscayne National Park has had to learn an entirely new vocabulary
So you want to swim with the dolphins? Be prepared for two things: An argument from activists and a chance that the dolphins will make contact -- serious contact.
For 66 days Bill and Simonne Butler drifted together on a tiny raft in the Pacific. After they were finally rescued and came back to Miami, they drifted apart.