Stop the Presses
Hallandale draws a bead on its most vulnerable citizens
The Stranger The Film Crew: Hollywood After Dark Home Run Derby: Mickey Mantle
Edwin Pope, that is. The guy has been writing sports copy for the Miami Herald for a half an m-fing century. Covered 41 Super Bowls, 40 Kentucky Derbys, 18 Wimbledons, a total of eight Olympics (including summer and winter), and wrote 12,564 stories containing about 10,051,200 words. At least that' ... More >>
Sun-Sentinel sports reporter Dave Heeren is retiring after 45 years in the business, 41 of them with the Sun-Sentinel. In his poignant final Sentinel piece, Hereen, who has covered high school sports for years, goes down memory road about his career, Mickey Mantle, George Steinbrenner, the Dolphins, ... More >>
I'll begin by announcing that this post isn't to pick on the Boca Raton News. It's a tiny newspaper on a shoe-string budget. I have nothing against it. But for the first time, I stumbled upon the on-line editorials in that newspaper and found them incredibly entertaining. You know, in the same way a ... More >>
Get ready for the era of Broward County, the Gambling Mecca.
The Warped Tour says: Give us your allowance!
Build the Marlins' new home where it belongs. Forget that swampy wasteland to the south.
Creator of Wonder Boys and supermen, Michael Chabon is a literary hero
February 26 - March 4, 1998