Late Wednesday evening, Charlie Crist set off a small detonation in the political sphere by throwing his support behind gay marriage. Now, this wasn't exact a surprise. Since officially signing his Democrat papers six months ago, the former Florida governor has been slowly ditching his old Republica ... More >>
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Eau de Jaune
He was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. That and two bits won't get you a cup of coffee.
Do Walton Ford's intriguingly oddball watercolors make him the post-modern Audubon?
How did the West Palm Beach mayor's reelection attempt turn into such a fright?
Your three-month forecast of the summer's top movies.
Growing up in the glare of Communism
For the old cat burglars, all that's left is a movie script, a book proposal, and undying hatred for one another
Fort Lauderdale's John B. Anderson ran for president in 1980 and paved the way for spoiler candidates
Gov. Bush's Scripps gamble is sucking up state funds -- and the Everglades with it
Hank Asher's just the guy to set up a futuristic terrorist-tracking system, but the cops don't trust him
The left, turning right, was plain wrong
Don't confuse this illusionist with a cross-dresser
Daily Show anchor walks the line between entertainment and information
The political demise of mayoral candidate Tim Smith heralds a new age in Fort Lauderdale politics
It's not just a name; it's a way of life in this racist suburb
Lopez, playing a Maid, can really put the "back" in backlash
A Hollywood man has spent the past decade trying to pry open the Seminoles' accounting books -- without much success
Crabbing About Jen
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
Aging porn publisher Al Goldstein ponders a run for sheriff, bordellos, and his dwindling obscenity empire
Team Bush loses its case-and loses sight of Dubya's so-called principles-in a Miami court
Where Hollywood motel culture is alive and well -- the good, the sad, and the funky
Despite its monstrous bulk, our favorite film festival stays true to its independent roots
Fort Lauderdale's mayor packs a pistol, opposes gay rights, and hopes to hang 'em high
Cancer vaccines are the hottest thing in oncology. Dr. Howard Abel is bringing the experimental treatment to South Florida.
When Americans With Disabilities Act Out
Republicans take on Association of Alternative Newspapers convention
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.
Andy Greene claims School Board of Broward County officials conspired to smear him and then covered it up. He's out for revenge.