Local attorney Norm Kent serves on the Board of Directors of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. So it wouldn't take a giant stretch of the imagination to picture him puffing on what my grandma used to call "the wacky weed." Saturday, however, Kent made it official in ... More >>
The answer: Maybe, maybe not. But it's a fair question. Mutual Benefits, the fraud-filled firm that employed Broward County Mayor Stacy Ritter's husband and paid $117,000 to renovate her Parkland home, was just a moderately successful (and moderately dirty) firm in 2001. Then it made its ... More >>
When Fifty Cent rapped about dealing drugs and surviving a hail of bullets, he had credibility. The Game claims his from having 'banged with the Bloods during a Compton upbringing. So you'd think dealing drugs and a federal penitentiary stay would confer industry advantages to a 30-year-old West Pal ... More >>
via www.marilynmansonartworkonline.com'When I Get Old,' by Marilyn MansonMarilyn Manson's paintings are much better than his music. Just kidding; we love ya, Marilyn! His solo show, Trismegistus, debuted this past December during Art Basel Miami Beach. But if you missed the super-VIP opening, don't ... More >>
He was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. That and two bits won't get you a cup of coffee.
Sure, Paul Brandreth talks like a wiseguy. But is he a cold-blooded killer?
The DEA's "Twin Oceans" hooked a big fish, but can they reel it in?
A background in hauling pot gives you the skills and chutzpah to become a Medicaid mogul
Who's Smokin' Funny Cigarettes?
Just released from prison, Miami hip-hop icon DJ Raw is ready for the takeover
Fledgling Guardian Angels get the call from gang-riddled Lake Worth
Collateral Damage Is Forever
Everyone loves Riviera Beach's special bud except the potheads.
When you're a politician helping out a felon, it's better not to ask questions.
Aeon Flux, The Robert Altman Collection, Bazaar Bizarre: The Strange Case of Serial Killer Bob Berdella, Crackheads Gone Wild
Michael Ray Roberts has avoided serious prison time by ratting out his partners. So far.
A rogue FBI agent, tons of smuggled drugs, a wife in search of her husband's corpse
Hollywood police used a Bahamian Casanova to set up Valarie Curry
As LSD does a slow fade, a Fort Lauderdale researcher keeps the science trip going
DJ Gabriel Fain gets another chance to hit the big time
So Long, Mr. Jones
An Iran-Contra conspirator joins the Swift Boat crowd. It was bound to happen.
The Nakamal Kava Bar
Peace Love Death Metal (Ant Acid Audio)
The cops tagged amputee Duane Brown as one of "America's Most Wanted," but now he's fighting back
Residents of South Middle River fear that budget cuts might send them spiraling back to crime and crack
Hank Asher's just the guy to set up a futuristic terrorist-tracking system, but the cops don't trust him
The X is gone, and the strippers have crooked teeth. Thank the war on drugs.
Vin Diesel tries to be Clint Eastwood in A Man Apart, but leaves audiences feeling unlucky BY LUKE Y. THOMPSON
Labors to legalize bud in Florida have gone as sour as week-old bong water
Stranahan Park goes to pot
An accused miscreant slips through BrowardÍs dragnet, but a pot smoker gets snagged
Grateful J's Dead Head Shop
Users call it G, Scoop, Goop, EZLay, Georgia Home Boy, or just plain old GHB. What's it like? Euphoric and potentially deadly.
When Gary Weaver disappeared under mysterious circumstances, the authorities eventually gave up.
His wife didn't.
A new crusade to rid Dania Beach of drugs has targeted some unlikely villains, including a local program director and a former mayor
Battling cancer and investigating a botched federal investigation, mobster Vinnie Ciraolo is fighting to clear his name
Mike Scibica is a white guy who just opened a tattoo shop in a traditionally black neighborhood. You got a problem with that?
If Ken Jenne were like most cops, he'd be investigated for being friends with felons who give him money
A public seminar on the evils of marijuana. An activist claiming pot saved his life. Someone was arrested.
A new generation of crack-driven counterfeiters is plugging in, printing out, and lighting up
The CDC is trying to determine what the residents of downtown Belle Glade already know -- that poverty, drugs, and prostitution are bad for your health