Last week, Sports Illustrated inexplicably named Peyton Manning Sportsman of the Year. But, on Thursday, the AP was able to return order to the known Universe and named LeBron James their Male Athlete of the Year. LeBron got 31 of 96 votes cast in a poll of news organizations, beating out Peyton, w ... More >>
When you think Don King, you immediately think: Tiny American flags, boxing, flash, crazy-ass hair, and pizzazz (and let's face it, how often does something conjure up "pizzaz" just by looking at it?) But lately, the sheen on the Don (or is it The King?) has begun to wear out, as pointed out by our ... More >>
Simply stated, Elvis Aaron Presley was the greatest rock star of all time. He was also the first artist that could be considered a legitimate, mass appeal star when it came to the realms of rock 'n' roll. He set the standard all those that followed aspired too; everyone from the Beatles to Bob Dy ... More >>
Flickr User: scko33Alexis ThompsonLarry Bird had Magic Johnson. Muhammad Ali had Joe Frazier. Roger Federer has Rafael Nadal. To make Coral Springs' Alexis Thompson a national sports icon, she'll need a nemesis, and she may have found one in Alison Lee. They're both 14-year-old golfers, and this pas ... More >>
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Boca Raton painter/performer/karate black belt Micheal Israel -- he of the ripped abs, the flowing mullet, and the paint-splattered jeans -- has landed two slots performing at Obama's inauguration: on the 19th at Virginia's Inaugural Black Tie & Blue Dominion Ball ($1,000 per ticket) at the Smit ... More >>
To the boxers who will square off in Red China, retired Olympian Nicholas Spanakos offers a cautionary tale
Cox clocked me, then I puked, recalls the old music journalist
Fight Night Round 3 comes out a winner, despite taking punches.
Don King wants to make South Florida a boxing capital. Trouble is, he's on the ropes.
Sports Immortals Museum and Memorabilia Mart
Photographs by Harry Benson
The Beatles and JFK
A pair of South Florida rappers takes on Cheney, Ashcroft, and Taco Bell
Make the Cowboy Robots Cry (Sub Pop EP)
The Broward Times delivers unconventional, often shrill journalism to an unsuspecting town
Ali lands a few solid blows, but, sadly, it's no knockout
He steals Ali, but will Hollywood give Jamie Foxx a shot at the title?
Calm down, kids. Uncle Jeffy will get around to your band's CD eventually.
South Florida prosecutors are going after kids younger than 12 years old in record numbers
Combine a martial artist from Miami, a boxing trainer from Detroit, a mild-mannered Guyanese heavyweight, a dreadlocked ex-contender, and some Seminole money, and you get South Florida's hottest new boxing gym
Where Hollywood motel culture is alive and well -- the good, the sad, and the funky
To protect boxers from the fight game, Irv Abramson wants to form a more perfect union
Teddy Thompson (Virgin Records)
Union ringleaders hope to rally pugilists to fight for their rights
The world's greatest boxing trainer is still going strong, fueled by the prospect of finding the next champion
At age 64, pool hustler Danny DiLiberto is one of a dying breed. He's not ready, however, to hang up his stick.
Billy Elledge brutally raped and murdered a woman in Hollywood 25 years ago. He has sat in prison since then, evidence that Florida's death penalty isn't working.
The parents of two little girls placed them in the Broward Children's Center hoping their daughters would be cured. Something went wrong.
February 26 - March 4, 1998