Three Coral Springs Police Officers and former executive board members of the Coral Springs Police Union were charged with grand theft and organized scheme to defraud, according to the Broward County's State Attorney's Office. The three cops allegedly used police union credit cards for unauthorized ... More >>
We talked last week about some ideas for starting up homebrewing: heading over to one of our great local homebrew shops and tapping that knowledge sap from the minds of their proprietors (what an odd analogy). But maybe you're someone who still needs a more hands-on guided approach to get you thro ... More >>
It's the pilgrimage that Floridians and beer drinkers from around the country talk about every year. In the ancient days, we'd worship Ninkasi, or Silenus, or Aegir, but now, we pay tribute to the arts and sciences of craft beer. March 8th, 2014 will be the next grand pilgrimage to the land of Tampa ... More >>
In a serious case of if-you-build-it-they-will-come, more than 4,000 people turned out Saturday for the grand opening of the Funky Buddha Brewery -- the first commercial craft brewery in Broward County. Not only did they come; they drank almost all the beer. As 6 p.m. neared, hundreds inched close ... More >>
Gyros, souvlaki, tyropita, fried cheese, dolmades, stuffed grape leaves. And ouzo -- how could we forget the ouzo! All that's left to say: Opa!This weekend, celebrate the 3rd annual Flavors of Greece, Fort Lauderdale's first Greek food and drink tasting event organized by St. Demetrios Church. ... More >>
Tim Smith"Here is a black male hooker working black hooker road tonight."Tim Smith, the former city commissioner who once ran for mayor against Jim Naugle and is a frequent jogging buddy of Mayor Jack Seiler, runs a blog in which he sounds off on local issues. He blogged earlier this year about t ... More >>
Manatee County Sheriff's OfficeDavid DowlingApparently "Bieber Fever" can drive a person to steal a life-sized cutout of the pint-sized pop singer from a Manatee County mall.According to a police report from the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, 23-year-old David Dowling and a friend took the cuto ... More >>
Flickr User: jennifer hThe Sears Willis TowerApparently, Chicago's black community is not keen on the name "Willis," which last month was affixed to what had always been the Sears Tower, the city's tallest building. And it's not because it has suspicions about Willis Group Holdings, the London-ba ... More >>
Actually, yes, yes we do!
Children's TV pioneer Alan Shalleck had a secret that killed him
Why won't Hollywood police take seriously the best chance at solving Adam Walsh's murder?
Non-fiction crime writer Arthur Jay Harris put forth a stunning theory in the Daily Business Review earlier this week that is simply too good not to post: That it was infamous serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer who killed seven-year-old Adam Walsh in Hollywood back in 1981. And one of the ce ... More >>
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Hollywood police used a Bahamian Casanova to set up Valarie Curry
Ideas that were forgotten but not gone in 2003
Radicals plan to flood Republicans with mice, locusts, and chicanery
Big-ticket casino deals plus a messy internal power struggle equals even more legal woes for the Seminole tribe
Sara Lee Creech of Belle Glade tells a long-forgotten chapter of civil rights history
No one has lived through more of South Florida's baseball past than Vicente Lopez
With all the millions Miss Cleo brings in, her Broward-based bosses have little trouble paying their way out of those pesky lawsuits
If you think shopping at Publix can be harrowing, try working there
The Gardens of the Palm Beaches
Broward deputy Linda Ashby says she was fired because she's a lesbian. And because she had an affair with a male officer's girlfriend.
Paul and Betty Sears live in a trailer behind South Plantation High. And you, dear taxpayer, are footing the bill.
Town Center at Boca Raton
Efforts to revitalize this rundown West Palm Beach neighborhood have failed. Miserably.
Fifteen years after America's Most Heinous Murder, new evidence emerges, pointing to a suspect police had once dismissed