This week's cover story is about Guma Aguiar, the driven, self-critical millionaire who disappeared at sea one night in June. Just before he struck it rich in the Texas oilfields, he converted to Judaism and met Moishe Meir Lipszyc, the rabbi at Chabad Lubavitch of Fort Lauderdale. After getting ric ... More >>
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Listings for the week of November 3-9,2005
All the world's a turntable for Gilles Peterson
How do you measure a film festival? Frame by frame.
The charismatic lawyer and power broker took one last lap in a New River mansion during his run from the law
Kraftwerk reappears on Miami Beach
Talking war with dissident Jim Mullins is good for a battle-scarred psyche
In South Florida theater, what's old is the next new thing
Riding shotgun with Broward County's tiny but angry peace movement
Hybrid's cinematic ambitions light up the corners of house music
Boca's hometown newspaper, once a paragon of journalism, has become a laughingstock
Thirteen Days dutifully takes viewers on a ride through a particularly bumpy period of world history
Four years after hed been convicted of murder in Belgium, Jean-FranCois Buslik was a pilot and a family man living quietly in North Palm Beach. Then justice came calling.
He's a hillbilly boor, a promotional genius, a political trickster, a lovable rogue, and a control freak. Preston Henn is also the owner of one of the biggest flea markets in the world.