"We try to keep it as new as we can. You've really got to stay ahead of the customers," says veteran food vendor Dennis Reas. He and wife Cheryl are based in Indiana but travel with their food truck to various festivals and fairs around the country. In case you weren't aware, the state-fair seaso ... More >>
In another public reaffirmation of his belief that gay people are going to make America lose wars, Florida Republican Congressman Allen West said at a dinner in Plant City Saturday night that "when you take the military and you tell it they must conform to the individual's behavior, then it' ... More >>
As the long summer sets in here in Florida, air conditioning businesses should see their business increase. However, one Florida electronics store isn't just banking on the hot sun to increase profits, they also see potential sales happiness in a warm gun. Yep. United Electrical Systems in Plant ... More >>
Miami-Dade County employees raise more than $300,000 for charity, part of which will go to Food for the Poor. [SFLCN]"Whitney Port and Roxy Olin snacking outdoors on 'yogen fruz' en route to the airport after debuting her new collection, Whitney Eve, in Miami." [FOXnews]Politicians introduce legisla ... More >>
Nothing like a tall glass of fresh Florida strawberriesThe Florida Strawberry Growers Association wants to remind us that strawberries are not forever: The big season for our Florida beauties, grown mostly in Plant City and Dover, is November to March. It's your last chance to gorge on one of our mo ... More >>
"Let him foolishly make money off of these animals, and we'll mop up the mess when something tragic finally happens."
Ripe, strawberries, ripe, now at Fruit and Spice Park
Tracking South Florida's endangered crocodiles is a business best left to experts and maniacs
Angel Usategui used to judge paso fino competitions at the highest level. An ethics scandal put an end to that and left him fighting to regain his good name.
AIDS activist Rhaynetta Cheatham finally succumbs to the illness
Even through her own struggle with the disease, Rhaynetta Cheatham has worked tirelessly to bring AIDS awareness where it's most needed: Miami's black community