Mr. Beatty Going To Broward The inimitable Whitey Fraud alerted us below to this news, but it certainly deserves its own post. Robert Beatty, former V.P. and general counsel for the Miami Herald, is buying the Broward Times from publisher and erstwhile political candidate Keith Clayborne, according ... More >>
Beth Reinhard and Marc Caputo keep chugging on the Davis-Smith race. Mary Barley, whose bid to become agriculture commissioner in 2002 was slammed by Big Sugar, is the new Tom Joad of Florida. She's going after Smith, who is getting a million-dollar-plus assist from the industry, which is bankrollin ... More >>
Commissioner Eggelletion ducks questions about his amorous past
Hollywood deceives the public. NBHD tries to stamp out the truth.
Keith Clayborne throws missiles from a safe distance
The Graham campaign tries to show its mettle in Hollywood -- Grahamlessly
Broward County's beleaguered vote supervisor is only following tradition
Does it matter to blacks which wealthy, middle-aged white guy is Florida's next governor?
The Broward Times delivers unconventional, often shrill journalism to an unsuspecting town
One of the most hallowed traditions in Broward's black community faces financial ruin
A lesson in becoming a black power broker by doing business with the white media elite, courtesy of the controversial editor of The Broward Times
Broward County commission candidate Carlton Moore has done less for some concerned citizens
Carlton Moore is expected to seek a spot on the powerful county commission. But first, he has to overcome his wheeler-dealer image.
After a decade in office, Carlton Moore hasn't done much for Fort Lauderdale's poorest residents. But he has helped himself.