Cynthia Berman-Miller, at far left, with Hollywood Commish Cathy Anderson (in purple), lobbyist Alan Koslow, and County Commish Sue Gunzberger (watch that hand, Al!) I'm going to be updating this damn bloggy beast all day long, but wanted to start with news coming from Hollywood that former state ... More >>
Even with a housing bust and bad court verdicts, the show goes on.
-- Dan Abbott's days should be numbered as city attorney. He fought like hell to keep Keith Wasserstrom from being charged, even making a special trip downtown to plead with prosecutors to go easy on him. He's claiming all over the TV news that he knew every aspect of the deal and believes Wasserstr ... More >>
Wasserstrom Hollywood City Commissioner Keith Wasserstrom has been indicted on several felony counts for his involvement with Schwing Bioset, a waste treatment company that does business with his city, according to several sources. The State Attorney's Office's investigation of Wasserstrom was ... More >>
Alright, do it once, shame on you, do it twice, double-shame on you. I let Sun-Sentinel reporter Ihosvani "Gia" "Geo" Rodriguez misspelling of Hollywood activist Howard Sher's name (he spelled it "Sheer") in an August 27 article go without mention the first time he did it. Everybody makes an occasio ... More >>
Our Leader Below is an e-mail from Hollywood Mayor Mara Giulanti responding to her many critics. The mayor was adding her voice to a series of e-mails that began about the Mach eminent domain victory over the city. She was responding, as best as I could tell, to an e-mail from Howard Sher, a long-ti ... More >>
To be a development star in Hollywood, its all in who you know, baby
In Hollywood, developers profit. You pay.
A Hate-Love Relationship
When Santa and the Easter Bunny brawl, everybody loses
As Gus Boulis’ murderer wanders free, the cops wait to talk to a key player
David Lottes is taking taxpayers for a ride. And not in a golf cart.
A criminal investigation of David Lottes, who runs Hollywood's golf courses, was botched by a city official, but her colleagues could care less.