America was the very first country to create a holiday all about being thankful. One of the best ways to do that is to help others have a good Thanksgiving, too. Yet sometimes we all need a little encouragement to get giving. Don't put off giving any longer. Bring a non-perishable food donation to a ... More >>
Howard Kusnick (left).Howard Kusnick -- a former lawyer at Scott Rothstein's now-defunct law firm and associate to his $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme -- was sentenced today to two years in federal prison.Kusnick is now the second person in the current round of Rothstein-related indictments to receive ... More >>
Howard Kusnick (left)Howard Kusnick, a former lawyer at Scott Rothstein's now-defunct law firm, pleaded guilty yesterday to a single count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.Kusnick, a 58-year-old Tamarac resident, is accused of defrauding two clients of the Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm b ... More >>
The Frita Man - Superhero of BugersMore and more, the food truck craze is rolling up to Broward and Palm Beach counties, which is great news for families searching for a fun and inexpensive way to explore new foods and have a fun evening out.
Food trucks are serving dinner tonight at Ed Mo ... More >>
PopBurger Love and 21 other trucks will be at Sawgrass this eveningIf you're looking for a place to take the family for dinner you're in luck because 22 of South Florida's best food trucks are gathering at Ed Morse Sawgrass Auto Mall tonight.
From 5:00 - 9:00 pm, the Food Truck ... More >>
Stuart Michelson, husband of investigated Broward County Commissioner Ilene Lieberman, is expected to leave his controversial job as city attorney for the City of Sunrise.
After criticism here and elsewhere regarding his no-bid appointment to the job -- which has paid him more than half a million d ... More >>
Your daily dose of news from around Palm Beach and Broward:The FBI's due to hold a press conference this morning to ask for public assistance in agents' ongoing investigation of Fort Lauderdale attorney Scott Rothstein. [Miami Herald]Curious about how Rothstein tricked Ed Morse into doling out $5 ... More >>
After you pay $57 million to get access to funds awarded in a phony court judgment, like Ed Morse did, you're liable to worry about whether you can round up the money to pay for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner -- you know, with the caviar, the Kobe steak, and the cast of celebrity guests. It's the ... More >>
A glance at what's in the news this Wednesday.A source told the Herald that Rothstein cheated his friend Ed Morse by faking a victorious lawsuit, then inventing a pretext through which Morse had to wire twice the amount of the judgment in order to get the funds out of a bank account in the Cayman ... More >>
Rothstein executed a classic 419 scamAn article in today's Miami Herald about the method Scott Rothstein used to bilk his pal Ed Morse out of millions sounds like it came straight out of some Nigerian scammer's playbook. 419 fraud, also known as "advance fee" fraud, requires that victims wire mon ... More >>
A message in spray paint over rust.
I expected that, after several extensions, the highly controversial (Obama supporters would say "successful") "Cash for Clunkers" government incentive program would close with the riotous thunder of salesmen and car shoppers ... More >>