UPDATE 5/18: Goodman was released from jail this morning and is now home in Wellington.5/17: When polo mogul John Goodman goes home to Wellington to serve house arrest while appealing his conviction for DUI manslaughter, he will join a prestigious group of felons who had a similar luxury. As we note ... More >>
I'll be writing more about the infamous crusher handshake later, but a few people have asked me who I'm voting for (or would vote for if in a certain district). I got it a lot in the primary too. So I thought I'd go ahead and spit it out. Don't call these endorsements. I wo ... More >>
Nothing ripe on the reporting end and nothing big breaking at the moment so I thought I'd cull together some interesting stories from other places. Model Citizen's latest creation -- We finally get a little Scott Rothstein action in the political season with Kelly Skidmore's "Angel of Dea ... More >>
If you're like most of the folks at the Juice, watching music awards shows generally ranks somewhere above sniffing Tom Delay's underwear and below intentionally getting Tazed on your scale of "things I'd like to do with my evening." But that might change this year, all because of one fantastic anth ... More >>
The Coup takes political rap to the next level.
Nardozzi Two of the nastiest crimes of the year occurred during the past week and both have Riviera Beach connections. First, on Saturday, Miss Florida Basketball runner-up Christi Nardozzi was savagely beaten after a game against a Riviera Beach team in Port St. Lucie. Post reporter Jamey Eisenberg ... More >>
It turns out murdered gambling boss Gus Boulis had plenty to hide
The mainstream media ruin a perfectly good debate
With his voting record at issue, why won't U.S. Congressman Mark Foley just say that he's gay?
Letters for January 27, 2000
Two top execs at the gaming company that Boulis built have deep ties to the Christian right