A rough and inevitably incomplete guide to the taxonomy of spoilers
Looks like the GOPers are all ready to go with their postelection TALKING POINT in case their robot Mitt Romney should lose the election. Because the Benghazi SuperSecret Governmental Conspiracy Coverup of the 22nd Century thing hasn't worked and because Romney's supposed momentum has slowed some ... More >>
Remember the dude who owns a pizza joint and bear-hugged the president yesterday and miraculously didn't get taken down by a swarm of Secret Service agents? That dude is totally famous now. Port St. Lucie resident Scott Van Duzer has been caught in a media frenzy since the big hug yesterday. ... More >>
Shahrzad Mir Gholikhan is a 31-year-old Iranian woman accused of trying to export night-vision goggles to Iran. This detail probably means she won't ever be a confidant of the Obamas, but that hasn't stopped Gholikhan from offering the First Couple her thoughts.Juice recently uncovered a lette ... More >>
The Postmarks leave their stamp with a new album and prove they're more than one-hit wonders
Mikhail Gorbachev, at Seminole Hard Rock, tears down that hall
The DEA's "Twin Oceans" hooked a big fish, but can they reel it in?
17 songs to make bedsprings sing
Chris Cornell emerges with a new edge as a solo artist
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
Carry On (Interscope)
Special forces. National ad campaigns. Watching the backs of the big guys. Meet this Eastern European hottie.
The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor.
Steve Martin's Pink Panther piddles on its predecessor
The charismatic lawyer and power broker took one last lap in a New River mansion during his run from the law
Fulfilled/Complete (Saddle Creek)
Van Helsing explodes monster movie legends with hip upgrades
The Heat prepares to play it fast and loose
The record breakers of Gulfstream got shafted but kept winning
Vin Diesel tries to be Clint Eastwood in A Man Apart, but leaves audiences feeling unlucky BY LUKE Y. THOMPSON
Chris Blackwell moves into the digi-web-world-global-video age
George Clooney impressively toys with the twisted delusions of a game show producer
Palm Beach's most exclusive club opens up, but not too far
Supreme Beings of Leisure: an empire in recline
Jason Statham is The Transporter in Luc Besson's oft-preposterous world
In Goldmember, Myers's mojo is running low
Someone must have been to come up with Bad Company
For years, Fletch was out of print. Now, his father explains why.
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
April 2-8, 1998
Edward Reininger is a self-styled gadfly of Broward's main library, a man born to defy the edict "Please be quiet"