Flickr: apricocoDowntown Hollywood, where developers had a picnic as storm clouds gathered.I suspect someone on West 43rd Street in Manhattan lost a boatload condo flipping. Why else is the world's leading newspaper so determined to embarrass Broward County? Just a week after the New York Times g ... More >>
hollywoodfl.orgLinda Sherwood had her doubts about the "cone of silence," until...Last week, the Hollywood Commission considered a measure that would have broadened the "cone of silence" rule for city officials. They rock the cone in Miami -- click here and scroll down for a definition. Basically, w ... More >>
flickr user: randeclipYoung Circle in downtown HollywoodBernard Zyscovich is the Miami-based urban designer who has the unenviable task of crafting a modern, architecturally vibrant downtown Hollywood. Thanks to the Hollywood City Commission's habit of preempting his plan by green-lighting huge cond ... More >>
hanneorlaA sculpture in Hollywood Arts Park. In the background the dreaded Townhouse apartments, which will be demolished for the new condo.Admittedly, it's one hell of a challenge: how to transform Hollywood's hardscrabble downtown into something architecturally iconic, timeless in its appeal and v ... More >>
Poetry for the Horny
Coddle the Cows
ArtsPark Village puts the city at the mercy of developers
Nobody's talking about the Hollywood Beach Resort, but campaign contributions scream Next Big Thing
Well, New Times, anyway
A favored Hollywood lobbyist's affair with a newspaper editor ends in a sordid mess.
Gottlieb and Geller reward Hollywood for its generosity with a big, fat payback.
Hollywood sets aside big money for its friends and doesn't want you to know
To be a development star in Hollywood, its all in who you know, baby
Hollywood peddles prime downtown land for a steal with the help of a developer-loving senator
A Miami developer used undue influence to win a $100 million job to build a new downtown for Lauderdale Lakes
She visited Hollywood the same day as the developer. Now residents fear for their homes.
John Coleman's dance with developers lost him popular support. But will that stop him from spoiling the mayoral race?
Who do you trust?
A Hollywood insider plans war on City Hall
In Hollywood, developers profit. You pay.
When Santa and the Easter Bunny brawl, everybody loses
Lubavitchers try to open a shul in Hollywood, and the place goes meshuga
David Lottes is taking taxpayers for a ride. And not in a golf cart.
Sea, sun, and pedophilia
Political battles in the city are making it hard for developments like Turtle Nest Suites to win approval. Enter Alan Koslow.
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.