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.
The Palm The Year of The Lobster, only at The PalmFor 40 years, The Palm has been synonymous with its signature jumbo broiled Nova Scotia lobsters -- well, at least among seafood lovers. Beginning Monday, June 1, we're hearing that The Palm in Bay Harbor Islands will offer a lobster sp ... More >>
Riptide is a bit contrary by nature. So when we heard that critics from Rolling Stone and New York Magazine were raving over The Cove -- an environmental exposÃ©-meets-heist documentary starring South Miami guy Ric O'Barry -- we secretly wanted to hate it. But when filmmakers showed the first publ ... More >>
The fifth-annual Deering Seafood Festival takes place this Sunday, March 29, from 6 to 11 p.m. The $15 admission covers entrance and all activities... excluding "food, drink, pontoon boat tour, and rock climbing wall."Damn, Deering, how 'bout next time you at least get us some drink sponsors. The e ... More >>
Untwist those panties: Bacon is good for you!1. ChocolateTwo words: Flavonoids. Antioxidants. Dark chocolate, more than 70 percent cocoa, has both of them, and they destroy evil free radicals, lower blood pressure, and balance hormones. The folks at Galler Chocolate, a candymaker from Belgium, will ... More >>
MTV's Real World breaks barriers with two South Floridians.
First off, sometimes I wish our Miami NFL teams had a different animal as its mascot. Dolphins only have one expression, and that is "I am so friggin' happy at the moment!!!!" This is why there will never be LOLCat-like ROFLFins, and this is why I can never illustrate a post about bad news for the M ... More >>
Clocking in at three meters a second, this Cuban rafter aims to be world champ
Rob Stewart’s documentary explores the sea’s most misunderstood creature
Mysterious matter threatens one of the world's most important ecosystems
New DVD releases for the week of March 14, 2006
Teens clean in hurricane's wake
Party like a pirate in the Keys
Suicide notes, psycho-babble, and skeptical readers
Lucky Oriental Mart
Hey New Orleans, we can party better than you!
Science museum hosts habitat chat
Fresh energizers come our way
Shirley Henderson juggles a love triangle in the Midlands
UM's Larry Brand flouts the grant system, pays the price
Biscayne National Park
From the issue of August 23, 2001
Shark Shenanigans Day
Football Sandwich Shops
Don't tell archaeologist Bob Carr that the mysterious Miami Circle is just a bunch of holes in the ground. He knows better than that.
Four years ago a dangerous chemical tanker ran aground in Biscayne National Park. The salvage operation that followed would go down in history.
Seahorse Bar at Beach House Bal Harbour
Benny's Seafood Restaurant
Biscayne National Park
Maybe it takes an ego as big as the ocean to think you can swim underwater from Havana to Miami. Especially if you're 75 years old.
Bill Ahern and his fellow turtle rangers are helping keep endangered crawlers from extinction
A Doberman. Which is fine with Herman Chanin.
A pair of novice sailors from Japan celebrate the halfway point of their around-the-world journey - in Miami
What do you do with that funky old Chris Craft? Cut her loose in a beautiful, parklike setting.