Disgraced ex-military man and confessed torturer Allen West's sell-by date is long past. His 15 minutes should have been up when he conceded defeat in his race for reelection in Florida's 18th Congressional district last fall, after playing the victim card through a petulant few weeks of post-E ... More >>
Round three of the presidential debates was last night. And people who went in expecting to have their asses blown off with the two candidates going at each other for a final climactic showdown were mildly disappointed. No asses were blown off here, unfortunately. The main take-aways from the deba ... More >>
David Britto, federal fugitive, has been in Brazil for two weeks.Boynton Beach cop/alleged meth trafficker/federal fugitive David Britto has been on the run since August 24, and according to a filing submitted yesterday by the U.S. Attorney's Office, Britto hopped on a flight to Brazil that same ... More >>
Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police2010's meth salesman cop of the year, David Britto (holding plaque).Last year's Officer of the Year from the Boynton Beach Police Department now faces up to life in prison for meth trafficking, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.Officer David ... More >>
If you haven't already been drinking Rush Limbaugh's Kool-Aid, now's your chance.Limbaugh, the conservative talk-show host and Palm Beach resident, has started his own line of bottled iced tea called Two if by Tea.Branded by Boca Raton-based Karhl Holdings LLC, a 12-pack of Rush's sauce -- includ ... More >>
NBC Universal Last week my favorite cheftestant, Hugh, was sent packing for his mayo as science project (which is ironic because I always thought of mayo as more "weird science" than condiment). That leaves Mary Sue, Floyd, Traci and Naomi to duke it out for spots in next week's finale. Q ... More >>
Nicole DannaBen Lubin, owner of the Blind Monk Wine and Tapas Bar in West Palm Beach.With more than 300 bottles under his roof, Blind Monk owner Ben Lubin certainly knows his wine. But for someone who has neither owned nor managed -- never mind opened -- any sort of establishment in his 33 y ... More >>
Nicole DannaThe Blind Monk in West Palm Beach will be hosting the Kessler-Koehler Evening of Film "After Party" from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday.Here's a great recipe.Take a bar chock full of great wine; mix with a hearty helping of tapas; add three equal parts lifelong friendship; and add a doub ... More >>
John Fry is facing John Howes in a runoff for a Broward County Judge right now, but ten years ago, that must have seemed like an impossibility. He had lost his job as a Margate cop and was facing criminal charges for, as the Miami Herald put it at the time, participating in an arrest ... More >>
Hernandez, on his feet a year after the shooting.The wheels of justice often turn at an agonizingly slow pace. Two years after 29-year-old BSO officer Maury Hernandez was shot in the head by a felon on parole, his lawyer, Lance Block, sent the first formal complaint and two discovery requests to ... More >>
I don't reckon there's many of you who remember Oliver Sipple. He was the troubled gay man who never wanted to be famous -- and wasn't, really -- even though he deserved to be. If for no other reason than for his knack for accidental encounters with major historical figures. Like Harvey Milk and Ger ... More >>
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When Luyen Nguyen was stomped to death 15 years ago, five men were locked up - but was justice served?
A background in hauling pot gives you the skills and chutzpah to become a Medicaid mogul
This police shooting has left a stain on Fort Lauderdale
To locals, he's a roadside institution. But to the Usenet, he's a monster.
A toned-down Oliver Stone finds uplift in the rubble of the Twin Towers.
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4,200 calories a day and a Koran.
Tommy Lee Jones keeps his promise to Melquiades Estrada
Slooow Wins the Race in Boca
It takes a lot more than a bumper sticker to support the troops, says a crusty ex-Marine and best-selling author
Before you throw that punch, brawler, flash your pearlies for Diablo.
War has been good for Pompano Beach's Point Blank Body Armor
Following a long tradition, new Fort Lauderdale City Manager George Gretsas tries to tame the big spenders at City Hall
Sgt. Cabadiana was the poster child for the Bush military. Then they took his wife away.
Slayer is older, wiser, and still reigning in blood
Is sheriff's candidate Ric Bradshaw Dirty Harry or Mr. Clean? Voters want to know.
Neil Burger fabricates Kennedy's Assassin, and he's mostly on target
A deceptive city manager. A Machiavellian administrator. An incompetent lab director. Are the Pompano taps to be trusted?
The people don't want to attack Saddam, but our elected representatives sure do
Proposed payment of millions to a wealthy clan amounts to nothing more than stealing from taxpayers for the Bush boys' political gain
Forget Joel Daves. Lois Frankel rules.
A boiler-room denizen describes a hustling career
Scott's Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real-life warriors
When terrorists knock, the INS is more than likely to fall down on the job
Florida House minority leader Lois Frankel is waging an impossible campaign for governor
A terrorism survivor and expert digs into the bin Laden dilemma
Even half a world away from the scene of the crime, the legacy of apartheid still haunts South Africa's white expatriates
A South Florida woman and friends employ pendulums, rods, and intuition to peruse the paranormal
The government wants his money. The judiciary wants him disbarred. So what's F. Lee Bailey's next move? Sue the bastards!
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