Gus Boulis' green BMW was pinned between two cars. One had halted directly in front of him as he pulled out of his office building parking lot. The other appeared from the opposite direction as a dark blur in the vacant Ft. Lauderdale street. Boulis' killer was facing him from the opposite car. Boul ... More >>
Kevin Spacey as lobbyist Jack Abramoff The crime is among the most famous in Fort Lauderdale history: Nearly ten years ago Miami Subs-founder and gambling boat mogul Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis was driving his black BMW sedan through downtown when the truck in front of him stopped short. Boulis sla ... More >>
Nothing ripe on the reporting end and nothing big breaking at the moment so I thought I'd cull together some interesting stories from other places. Model Citizen's latest creation -- We finally get a little Scott Rothstein action in the political season with Kelly Skidmore's "Angel of Dea ... More >>
From gallery shows to Kevin Spacey's planned murder, here's a collection of the season's best to come.
You can't be a sleazy lobbyist on the national scale of Jack Abramoff without doing some dirty deeds in Broward County. That's the setting for an opening scene in a just-released documentary, Casino Jack and the United States of Money. I don't think it's a spoiler to say that the scene involves Fort ... More >>
Don ClevelandDuring Deerfield Beach's recent mayoral campaign, Don Cleveland lugged a big piece of baggage: a foreclosure action in which he lost his Sunny Isles home.A troublesome issue, if only because Cleveland was fairly new in town (moved there in 2001) and had never run for office in Deerfield ... More >>
Six set sail on the Joe Cool hoping for better luck. Only two saw land again.
Max's Grille leaves no spud unpummeled
It turns out murdered gambling boss Gus Boulis had plenty to hide
Letters for January 27, 2000
Two top execs at the gaming company that Boulis built have deep ties to the Christian right