Ever since 2006, life for David Menasche must have felt like he sneaked unnoticed into some VIP section, knowing that any moment some malevolent security guard could emerge, point a meaty finger his way, and toss him out. "I really don't ask anymore what their prognosis is for survival," Menasche ... More >>
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Anyone making the rounds through Broward County's political blogosphere earlier this week might have found an unexpected detour waiting for them over at RedBroward.com. Instead of the site's usual serving of GOP insider gossip and thought, browsers redirected here, to a gloomy bit of existential boi ... More >>
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"What's Wrong With America" indie comedy reveals what's wrong with indie comedies.
Before you throw that punch, brawler, flash your pearlies for Diablo.
An obsessive teen romance fuels My Summer of Love
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Marilyn Manson resurrects the same ol' shtick
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Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story.
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July 2 - 8, 1998
How novelist Elmore Leonard's friendship with Palm Beach County criminal judge Marvin Mounts led to a popular book and a new TV show