Legally speaking, you're able to poke a camera at a cop. You (should) know this by now, and for sure cops (really should) know it by now. Carlos Miller, the blogger behind Photography Is Not a Crime, and his crew of activist shutterbugs are on a mission to hammer that point home by constantly testin ... More >>
Mitt Romney is hitting Florida starting tonight for a fundraiser being hosted by his car-dealership-owning friends. It's all part of his swing-state bus tour in which Mitt plans to make stops in St. Augustine and Miami and being interviewed by Spanish-language radio station Radio Mambi. Mitt cancele ... More >>
Photo by Eric BartonIf you hit Cinema Paradiso's Italia Film Festa this past weekend you might have been lucky enough to catch Come Undone, a steamy flick about an adulterous affair set in Milan. After seeing it in December, Village Voice reviewer Nick Pinkerton wrote: "The hot sex has the rhythm ... More >>
photo: Deirdra FuncheonDaniel Ramos in the new digs. After months of anticipation (and a few delays), the new farm-to-table eatery Market 17 is now open on 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The restaurant is no small undertaking. All dishes are prepared from scratch. It serves ostrich. It makes cev ... More >>
Greensource Power Systems Inc.Hiester founded Facility Contract Services right before winning another contract.As union reps work feverishly to prevent 200 jobs in the City of Pembroke Pines from being outsourced to a private firm, that firm has fallen under close scrutiny. Facility Contract ... More >>
Flickr: E.S. HunterJim Greer with his wife at a 2008 Sarah Palin rally in Fort Myers In a Florida Republican Party in which Charlie Crist is a mere mortal, there can be no saving his handpicked party chair, Jim Greer. The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that Greer will resign his leadership post in ... More >>
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