Fake? Sure. But the blood is real, the headaches are vicious, and that VCR somebody just bashed you with is made out of steel.
Terrors and Squelchers at Churchill's, oh my!
An old-time star hits the books
Barry Manilow closes out west Broward venue with "Mandy," more
Bill Cosby packs up his sweaters and heads to South Florida
Run away and join the fun that is “The Greatest Show on Earth”
Two greedy billionaires, two publicly funded arenas, two crappy teams, one burning question — why?
What lurks inside the mind of a Tool fan? Not a whole heck of a lot.
In which the author wallows in a Depeche mood and tells a tale of two beaches
With Polly Jean out sick, this U2 show was a real lemon
Our new, improved column ponders a Sun-Sentinel screwup.
For South Florida's independent concert promoters, bringing cool music to town can be a losing proposition
Fort Lauderdale’s ban of under-21 clubbers shows that when fun is outlawed, only outlaws will have fun
DJ Catalyst, Brian Renda, Cat Stevens, 'NSync, Gonemad appearing with Lost and Headway, Bandit, and the Fearless Records Tour
July 8 - 14, 1999
Six shoppertainment malls, three eager mallrats, one day of shopping nirvana
May 13-19, 1999
A group of neighborhood leaders prepares to declare independence and start Broward's first black-majority city
Bring together a TV-production mogul and the charismatic leader of Calvary Chapel, and you get Cross TV all religion, all the time
December 17 - 23, 1998
September 24 - 30, 1998