March 13 was shaping up to be another day of protests and partying at Fort Peace, Occupy Miami's grungy Overtown safe house. More than a dozen members had shaken off their hangovers and emerged to demonstrate against a bank. But before they could gather their handmade signs and head downtown, the pl ... More >>
Chef John Paul Kline, the proprietor and namesake of John Paul Custom Cuisine, works as a private chef in Delray Beach. He has cooked for U.S. presidents and in soup kitchens, and frequently caters private dinners and political fundraisers. Recently, Kline loaned his talents to the hugely succe ... More >>
Healy told Shalese he liked to take the family to nice hotels to escape the stress of his job.The hardest thing for Alfred Madeira to come to terms with was the broken trust: His longtime friend Sean Healy had scammed him out of up to $14 million in less than a year. Instead of investing the mone ... More >>
A rape shines a harsh light on life at Palm Beach's oldest country club.
Maybe the next generation won't even play instruments. Clapton and Hendrix? So passé.
Cobbled together from better movies, Steve Carell's latest is strike two
Get ready for the era of Broward County, the Gambling Mecca.
It takes a lot more than a bumper sticker to support the troops, says a crusty ex-Marine and best-selling author
On bikes or on stage, Awesome New Republic is the face of a radically unexpected Miami
Plantation gringo Scott Klier stands astride struggling Dania Jai-Alai
The cops tagged amputee Duane Brown as one of "America's Most Wanted," but now he's fighting back
Electrical issues arise, and fans get short-circuited
Boca Raton video producer Mark Kielar signed Cronkite, Brown, and Safer to host thinly veiled advertisements -- until the deal fell apart
The Eagles spread their wings and take off for home
Weathered and wise David Olney finds respect, if not filthy lucre
After blackface, gay-baiting, nervous breakdowns, and Aryan brotherhood, Turbonegro reclaims the States
Out front on Michael Newdow's story, we become a target
Where Hollywood motel culture is alive and well -- the good, the sad, and the funky
Something Cloudy, Something Clear
Mark Vroman and Vaughan Lazar select tracks for the masses
Political battles in the city are making it hard for developments like Turtle Nest Suites to win approval. Enter Alan Koslow.
He outfoxed car dealers and got his employees to pay him. Meet Howard Patterson, the man who sells cars that don't exist.