Edmund Newton

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  • 3 years ago | Film Reviews

    Those were trying times for Rome. Nero, the last of the Julio-Claudian Caesars and a big spender with a reputedly homicidal temper, was on the throne. Stories abound of how he attempted to poison his mother, kicked one of his wives to death, and p...

  • 7 years ago

    Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who represents much of west Broward, is an increasingly high-profile operative in the national Democratic Party. During crunch time in the presidential election this year, Wasserman Schultz was a much-sought...

  • 7 years ago

    Frances Woofenden, 84 years young this week, has a better physique than many a 20-year-old. She owes her toned frame, she says, to water-skiing. She still does it almost every day at Lake Okeeheelee in West Palm Beach. You may have seen Woofenden ...

  • 7 years ago

    You're at home catching some z's after a rushed, super-busy morning, and the doorbell rings. There stands a crew from Channel 7 News, with a pushy field producer telling you that, hey, you've been singled out as a "rotten neighbor." Say what? Yeah...

  • 7 years ago

    True story. Tailpipe came out of his house a few months ago and found Sal, a glum, knobby-faced man from down the block, lying right in the middle of the street. On his way from the local package store to his one-room digs, Sal's legs had just giv...

  • 7 years ago

    "As a child, I wanted to be Superman," Mitch Ceasar wrote in a column last February. "But without a cape and alas special powers," he admits, he settled for Broward County Democratic chair. Ceasar also wanted to be a comedian, as he told NBC 6's m...