By Michelle de Carion A onetime Indy 500 Rookie of the Year is about to realize a dream he never thought possible: to be released from prison. He had been serving life without parole for marijuana trafficking. Randy Lanier's days of playing chess and practicing tai chi in prison are coming to a c ... More >>
Exclusivity breeds excitement, particularly in gourmand circles. That explains the historic trend for fast sell-outs for Traveling Plate Supper Club events. Registration for the first Traveling Plate event of 2013 opens at 7 tonight (Thursday), so if you're hoping to snag a seat at the table, be rea ... More >>
Drinking and dining are some of South Floridian's favorite pastimes, but these indulgences all that much better when they're for a higher purpose. So for anyone feeling like a Good Samaritan this Saturday, there's Cheers to B, a charitable mixology competition and mixer kicking off at Fort Lauderdal ... More >>
Yesterday, we told you about Vincent Colangelo, the Fort Lauderdale pill-mill owner who was sentenced to 20 years in the clink. Before he was arrested, however, he was living the high life: The federal government seized millions of dollars in cash and accounts from Colangelo and his co-conspirators ... More >>
When we last left Wellington resident Rob Van Winkle, he was jumping a motorcycle over a monster truck filled with drunken fans. Now the man known to the world as Vanilla Ice is embarking on a quintessential South Florida venture: real estate. Always a lover of vintage cars -- he owns the '67 Cad ... More >>
If you're grading the souls of fraudsters on a curve, Steven Green scores as the most sympathetic in a class full of flunkers. Green gave generously to charities for the developmentally disabled, as well as to those that assisted gay men with AIDS or struggling with addiction. He even made a documen ... More >>
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