The Breit Mark Factor: That Burning Liberal Epiphany You Just Had? It’s Just Gas.

By the amount of Facebook posts and idiotic replies in the comment sections of the dozen or so news articles I read every day, liberalism is beginning to sound a lot like elitism. Hypocritical statements, faux outrage and misguided political correctness have caused me to be more at odds with progressives than I feel comfortable with. Shut the fuck up and […]

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THE BREIT MARK FACTOR – I’LL TAKE ’80S SITCOMS FOR $500, ALEX

From pundits and politicians to the Trumpsters and progressives, I feel like punching America in the throat. This must be a fucking Twilight Zone episode or at the very least some M. Night Shyamalan midnight movie. I’ve actually missed my deadline for this column twice this week because of the constant all-hells-breaking-loose news alerts splashing across my screen. But I’m […]

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INTERVIEW: Lopez Radio and the search for truth, comfortable silences and conversational unpredictability

When you love doing something, you put in the time. You plug away, digging your heels in when laziness tempts. You watch the clock tick past midnight for the umpteenth time as you try to find better ways to ply your trade and more refined methods with which to reach your next set of goals. You trudge towards that “10,000 […]

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Miami Mini Maker Faire 2016 – bigger, better and looking to connect with you

If it seems like making and makers-related projects have been taking off in South Florida, it is through the concerted efforts of a few visionary individuals. Though the creative spark has never been absent from this community, there has been a serious lack in infrastructure for a makers’ culture to emerge. But that is changing with a growing assemblage of […]

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Interview: Former N.Y. governor candidate Warren Redlich challenges police checkpoints

Warren Redlich is a community staple in Boca Raton. He runs the local online community newspaper West Boca News, is a criminal defense attorney and dabbles as a real estate agent on occasion. He is also the founder of Fair DUI, an organization made up primarily of lawyers and advocates against unreasonable searches and seizures. They claim that police checkpoints are illegal under the Fourth […]

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BREAKING: USA Responds to North Korea’s Sony Cyber Attack

Sony Pictures and cinemas across the country may succumb to North Korea’s demands for censorship of Seth Rogen and James Franco’s The Interview but we Americans won’t idly stand by. So fuck you Kim Jong-un from TuffGnarl.com. Oh and one last thing- AMERICA FUCK YEAH! Video embedded from archive.org. Slider photo property of Columbia Pictures. Share this story:1

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The Young Musicians Organization Needs Your Help on Give Miami Day

Sammy Gonzalez is one of the most dedicated musicians in South Florida. Aside from his music career, Gonzalez is one of those few individuals who have put their money where their mouth is. A product of an after-school free music lesson program himself, Gonzalez is one of South Florida’s most distinguished guitarists and, for the last three years, he’s been […]

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“People Expect Me Just to be Funny.” Musician and Comedienne Ali Spagnola on what #YesAllWomen Means to Her

By now, we should be used to Salon.com writer Mary Beth Williams perfectly articulating our collective feelings in one sentence or less (Exhibit A: her comment about Gwyneth Paltrow on Today) but she often strikes a note of such profundity that she will summarize entire social movements with a few simple words. On May 27th, she wrote an article in […]

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The Weight of Morality: Analyzing the Death Penalty Debate

Convicted killer Clayton Lockett’s death sentence was carried out earlier this week and, due to a ruptured vein, it took more than thirty minutes before he expired. While left-leaning publications aim to titillate and disgust readers with gory depictions of Lockett clenching his teeth in pain and right-leaning publications posit that he who makes others suffer should suffer himself, we once […]

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