After the hero vanquishes the villain, it's usually our cue to leave the theater. And so it is with Hollywood politics. Peter Bober (right), the fresh-faced, sweet-talking protagonist who in lieu of a Bat-mobile drove a Segway, toppled the tyrannical regime of Mara Giulianti a year ago. Say what you ... More >>
Coddle the Cows
ArtsPark Village puts the city at the mercy of developers
Mara Giulianti's allies don't know when to stop
Nobody's talking about the Hollywood Beach Resort, but campaign contributions scream Next Big Thing
Judge Lazarus takes justice into his own hands in the Keith Wasserstrom trial
Well, New Times, anyway
It's the end of an era on Hollywood Beach, where small, cheap motels are all that stand in the way of another playground for the wealthy
Even with a housing bust and bad court verdicts, the show goes on.
A Fox News Stipend for Gay Newsgroup Has Homophobes Worried.
Hollywood's Mara Giulianti voted to bury power lines outside surprise! her very own condo
Once a commission candidate, always a critic:
John Coleman's dance with developers lost him popular support. But will that stop him from spoiling the mayoral race?
Hollywood's power brokers raise a big, frozen margarita glass at a new beachfront eatery
SunCruz’s problems are much deeper than you think they are
A sinister tale of how the mayor of Broward's number two city displaced her number one critic
Letters for February 10, 2000
Districting in Hollywood was supposed to ensure at least one minority candidate on the commission. Think again.
Pushy polling and John Henry passes on Fort Lauderdale
Hollywood gadfly Pete Brewer is on a one-man crusade to expose the city's unnecessary spending on pensions
Bubble, bubble, toil, and trouble
Sea, sun, and pedophilia
Political battles in the city are making it hard for developments like Turtle Nest Suites to win approval. Enter Alan Koslow.
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.