So your boss turned Grinch on you and announced that there will be no Christmas party and no bonuses this year with a giant, "Bah, Humbug." We have alternate plans for you and all your coworkers. Come out the the New Times' Happy Hour App Party this Friday, December 13, at America's Backyard.
When incoming Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel wanted to bring in his own people to help run the department, he didn't realize that removing some of former Sheriff Al Lamberti's top lieutenants would cost nearly $4.3 million, including a more than $340,000 payout to one colonel who had never call ... More >>
Two months after resigning from his position as the chaplain for the Broward Sheriff's Office, Rick Braswell has been named as one of the 100 "worst bosses in America."Braswell, who raked in a six-figure income with the sheriff's office, was accused by several female employees of numerous wro ... More >>
Fruitcake looks like it has little pieces of poo in it.Come Christmas we wouldn't be surprised if Santa left us a lump of coal. Coal wouldn't be so bad because we could use it to set his sleigh on fire. But if we got a fruitcake we'd be dissapointed really, really mad.Whomever decided that giftin ... More >>
Flickr: Jeremy JohnstoneFor campaigning politicians, cash is better by the bundle.As word spread that Scott Rothstein's associates might be charged in the federal investigation for circumventing campaign finance laws, it must have made a whole lot of Broward folks anxious. If you work for a devel ... More >>
C. StilesThomas, pictured with his two daughters and their friends from their Pembrokes Pines neighborhoodDeon Thomas, the former University of Illinois basketball star who had retired in South Florida and who started a new career coaching junior varsity at The University School in Fort Lauderdale, ... More >>
Last year, Hallandale Beach City Manager Mike Good officially, and briefly, retired -- a move that allowed him to cash in some 25 years of accumulated sick and vacation time. This, according to Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper, is how in 2008 Good's gross income reached the astonishingly high figur ... More >>
Not too long ago, as impossible as it looks, sounds and seems, I held a day job. It was a mundane era of wearing socks, shaving, and having far fewer groupies. Sometimes, I needed to call this day job of mine and tell them I was not feeling so good. Every time I called in sick, I felt a sense of dou ... More >>
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Double Death (Narnack)
Michael Hall for The Loman Family Picnic at Caldwell Theatre Company
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Punjab Indian Restaurant
International Swimming Hall of Fame
A prosecution complex
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Broward County Property Appraiser's Office
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Band of Faith
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Toni Bishop's Restaurant & Jazz Club
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The Palm Beach County school police force is charged with protecting schoolchildren, not endangering its female officers