Food & Drink:
Allow me to hop on a soapbox for a sec: As the third in a number of restaurants to open in the last few months that feature street fare or tapas, Taps y Tapas...
By Jessica Elizarraras
The week where we wondered if Gov. Rick Scott purged himself to death, if we could get insurance to protect us when we stood our ground and caused unnecessary death, and whether Darden was sustaining food workers or banking on their death. We're all dead now!
The week where we watched more stealth attacks from Republicans on voter rights, worried about the children (our future, Whitney) and their rising college tuition and then looked around for government bullets meant to take us out. Crazy train, anyone?
The week where we dusted off our gaydar machine and pointed it at Charlie Crist again, then we figured out that you shouldn't be grading the FCAT writing test if you have communications problems of your own. What are words for, when no one's listening anymore?
The week where we found more litigious fun in the cotton candy heads of TBN's Crouch family, less fun in Rick Scott's ridiculous budget cuts and a new friend (hopefully) in incoming United Arts CEO Flora Maria Garcia. Also, Jesus wept.
Assisted living facilities say state's former ombudsman is threatening their right to free speech, U.S. Rep. Allen West says progressives are communists and Gov. Rick Scott's Facebook page pisses off the Miami Herald.
2012 Florida Film Festival
The 2012 Florida Film Festival's brightest star is Central Florida itself. Are we ready for our close-up?