The earth didn't move nor did the seas part. But the idea that President Obama's supporters see the man as the Second Coming was never much more than a lie put forth by his enemies. The Obamanauts may be fervent, but what they see is the right man for the job. And the 6,000 souls who stood hours in ... More >>
The U.S. Department of Defense is conducting drone operations from at least four sites in Florida, and it plans to add three more sites in the future, according to data gathered and released by the nonprofit Public Intelligence. The group released this week an interactive Google map that shows ... More >>
Mr. Foreclosure himselfWould you trust Broward judges to supply compromising information about themselves? That's what they're being asked to do now, essentially...A few weeks ago, we wrote about outgoing Broward County Chief Judge Victor Tobin leaving his post to join a foreclosure law firm that ... More >>
WSVN"SEA WEED." That was Channel 7's heading for the news of a beachside discovery of 50 pounds of pot over the weekend at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. This is as close as South Florida gets to a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow -- clandestine traffic by drug runners on boats leaves behind a wake ... More >>
Bonsaichop via Wikimedia CommonsHarder, Better, Faster, Stronger Coca-ColaIn this week's head scratching celebrity/corporate moment of "synergy" Rolling Stone (via Hype Beast) is reporting that French duo Daft Punk is hooking up with Coca-Cola to launch a special edition release of Daft Punk-insp ... More >>
Here is artist Charles Fazzino's rendition of the boat parade, coming your way Saturday night (hat tip to Fort Lauderdale activist and photographer Art Seitz for the image).
Fazzino. self-described "master of 3-D pop art," is the city's official centennial artist, commissioned by the ... More >>
Did you go to college right after high school?Yes, I attended Jackson College in Jacksonville, I graduated in 2006. I did the ROTC program and I got commissioned the day I graduated.How long are you in the Gulf of Oman for?For as long as we're needed, sir. Everyone's just doing their job.During y ... More >>