Nobody's talking about the Hollywood Beach Resort, but campaign contributions scream Next Big Thing
It's the end of an era on Hollywood Beach, where small, cheap motels are all that stand in the way of another playground for the wealthy
A friend just pointed out what he called the quote of the month. I say it might be the quote of the year in local politics. It appears in Todd Wright's story in the Miami Herald about a contentious Hollywood Commission meeting and it comes from the mouth of Commissioner Cathy Anderson. Here's the ke ... More >>
Even with a housing bust and bad court verdicts, the show goes on.
Hollywood politics is notoriously ugly, and thus enormously entertaining to watch
Letters for December 28, 2000
Letters for December 21, 2000
A sinister tale of how the mayor of Broward's number two city displaced her number one critic
After years of playing political hardball, Ron Gunzburger says he wants to take a softer approach with his nationally known Website
Local homeowners say they don't want basketball played at night in Jefferson Park because it disturbs the peace. The players say the real reason is even uglier: race.
Grant-writer Maurice Connell has become a well-paid institution in Hollywood. How? The politics of power and money.
Political battles in the city are making it hard for developments like Turtle Nest Suites to win approval. Enter Alan Koslow.
In Hollywood, John Coleman's victory gives besieged North Beach residents new hope in their battle against SunCruz