Wild Vid: Charlie's back on tube. -- Some of the deputies at BSO got a laugh when Sheriff Al Lamberti sent out an agency-wide memo about the recent Bring Our Sons and Daughters To Work Day. Sun-SentinelIn the memo, the sheriff reminded his officers that they weren't to bring their ch ... More >>
A casino theft ring at Gulfstream spooks the Sun-Sentinel
Slimy newspaper article, hokey moral values committee, cash from a slush fund and voilà
Joe Kollin, a veteran Sun-Sentinel reporter who recently began a condo living column in the newspaper, is a journalist with principles. And the latest proof of this, the full glory of which is printed below, shows that he also owns something else: gonads the size of Florida grapefruits. In this mon ... More >>
Earl Maucker is taking applications!
Nisenbaum (at left) with Foley Why did Mark Foley resign so quickly? He was finished. A Congressman simply can't be caught baiting a 16-year-old boy, especially when the boy is a Congressional page. Foley said he let down his family, which you would assume would include the (former) Boca Raton ... More >>
Our most recently hired New Times staff writer, Tom Francis, recently got a crash course in the weirdness of committing journalism in South Florida. Francis was working on a story in Sunrise regarding politicians' ties to the city-contracted garbage hauler, All Service Refuse. He wanted to talk ... More >>
A Real Front Page Okay, the newspapers had some 'splaining to do this morning for overhyping Ernesto -- and the Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald had exactly the same idea. Blame the science -- and don't even mention that the newspapers and TV stations and governments behaved like this was a monster C ... More >>
Levine John DeGroot was taking a cigarette break at the North Broward Medical Center this morning and he was mad as hell. "The fucking Sun-Sentinel is so asleep at the switch, it's just fucking embarrassing," he told me on a cell phone call. You should know DeGroot. He's a 21-year veteran of th ... More >>
Eggelletion The Sun-Sentinel often doesn't do news -- it's more what might be called newslets. They are little bite-sized articles that state a bit of news, hint at the problem, then head for the hills with none of us the wiser. There's a good example of one in this morning's paper about Lauderdale ... More >>
The Art of the SoFla Movie Deal
What would Saddam do? Congressman Clay Shaw contemplates Iraq.
Broward County's beleaguered vote supervisor is only following tradition
Thanks to Joe Eggelletion, Broward County commissioners violate the law and screw the public
Our new, improved column ponders a Sun-Sentinel screwup.
Not if the "you" in question is the Sun-Sentinel, which forced out veteran business columnist Jack Nease