For 12 years, Michael Schwam worked throughout Florida for Anthem Education, a for-profit college. But this spring, he knew "something was wrong, big-time." Students on campus were telling the regional vice president there were no books available for their classes. A student complained about taking ... More >>
Thirty minutes into Ron Jeremy's Ron De Jeremy Spiced Rum bottle-signing, a modest but eager line of about ten had formed in Crown Wine & Spirits, at the corner of Sunrise and 15th Ave in Fort Lauderdale.
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
Call hell-raiser Hunter S. Thompson's style what you will — a new doc succeeds when saluting his substance
What Roger Hedden promised and what he didn't deliver at Florida Stage
To Catch a Thief: Special Collector's Edition Comedy of Power Linda Linda Linda Big: Extended Edition
Ellie Parker, Little Fish, The Laurel and Hardy Collection, Fun With Dick and Jane
Hollywood claims the sky is falling. To which we say Puh-lease.
More Than Wasted Time
An intriguing cover-up tale melts into a melodramatic mess
Alex Gibney expertly captures the lies and fall of Enron
Celebrating the overachieving, underhyped movies of 2004
A Miami developer used undue influence to win a $100 million job to build a new downtown for Lauderdale Lakes
New Theatre's Affluenza! offers a head-clearing breath of cynicism for the holidays
Planned pipelines threaten fragile coral formations
He's raised a lot of money in his bid for the Senate, but from whom?
No one is safe from a man with a song in his heart
The South Florida senator and presidential candidate wheels and doodles
The mainstream media ruin a perfectly good debate
Talking war with dissident Jim Mullins is good for a battle-scarred psyche
You press the screen. The machine tells you that your vote has been counted. But how can you be sure?
Carol Roberts may not beat Clay Shaw, but don't count her out
The governor's new man on the state ethics board done us wrong
Forget Joel Daves. Lois Frankel rules.
A mayor and a businessman, both named Bill, have struck up quite a friendship
Nothin' like Jello putting some jerkwad in his place
Or: How Mark Cuban would have--and could have?--saved the music biz
There's politically incorrect, and then there are the low-light tracks on this ill-conceived local compilation
Tom Johnston is Pompano's puppet-master. Squint at commission meetings and you can see the strings.
The truth is way out there in this tricked-up ghost story