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Lewis's Lion

20 years ago by Dan Sweeney
Despite a massive oeuvre that includes scholarly, theological, poetic, and fictional works, Jack Lewis will always be remembered for writing kids' books. If you haven't heard of Jack, that's because you didn't know the man personally. In the literary world, he went by the initials of his given name, Clive...

Toto's Self-Proclaimed "Nicest Guy in the World" Steve Lukather Will "Destroy You"

3 years ago by Wendy Rhodes
If you've ever turned on a radio, you've heard Steve Lukather. A guitar player and vocalist, he's one of the most prolific session musicians in modern history. His band Toto won eight Grammys. Lukather has won two more outside of Toto, including one with George Benson. Toto will celebrate its...

The Best Concerts in South Florida This Week

3 years ago by Celia Almeida
Bob Dylan, Dweezil Zappa and more of the best concerts in South Florida this week, October 22 through 28.

Street Fighting Dan

16 years ago by Jason Budjinski
Danny Diablo takes on Fort Lauderdale THU 12/1 Fred Durst and his ilk of rap-metal frontmen know how to go through the motions, but c'mon, who are they kidding? Those dudes are about as street-tough as Michael Jackson. Now, Danny Diablo — there's a guy who ain't front- in'. Having...
Best Of Winner

Best Act of Vigilante Justice

John deGroot

John deGroot is a retired Sun Sentinel reporter who now lives in Wilton Manors. He has a Pulitzer Prize. He knows when politicians, public servants, and criminals need to be brought to justice with a sharp, written critique. He also knows it's often quicker and easier to hit a man...

Ray Lewis to Open Art Gallery/Real Estate Office in Fort Lauderdale

11 years ago by Eric Barton
Photo by Eric BartonRay Lewis: the realtor with linebacker's shoulders.​On Sunday, linebacker Ray Lewis had a game-clinching interception to help the Ravens beat the Steelers. On October 27, he'll be opening an art gallery/real estate firm in downtown Fort Lauderdale.The company opening the Las Olas Boulevard store, RL52 Realty, is...

Man Throws Pie at Critic of Late Broward Health CEO Nabil El Sanadi

5 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Last Wednesday, a tribute to a beloved hospital CEO who died began with one man throwing a pie at another. Nabil El Sanadi, the former CEO of the Broward Health Medical Center, one of the 10 largest public hospital systems in the nation, died by suicide on January 23. El...

Broward Health CEO Dr. Nabil el Sanadi Dies by Suicide

5 years ago by Deirdra Funcheon
Dr. Nabil el Sanadi, who was the CEO of Broward Health (formerly Broward General Medical Center), died by suicide Saturday, the Broward Sheriff's Office announced. The doctor was found dead from a gunshot wound in a bathroom in his condominium lobby in Lauderdale-By-the-Sea, where he and his wife Lori owned...

Urban Apiaries Keep Bees Safe on Broward's Public Land

5 years ago by Sara Ventiera
The Broward Beekeepers Association was worried when the possibility arose that it would lose the north-central Broward County tract where community apiaries are located. Some used it to temporarily house bees rescued from unwanted locations. If the association lost the plot, it would be harder find new homes for rescued...

Improv Jazz Genius Bruce Hornsby Returns to Miami on Latest Album, Rehab Reunion

5 years ago by Lee Zimmerman
Bruce Hornsby has won a handful of Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist in 1987 and Best Bluegrass Album in 1990, worked with everyone from Bob Dylan and Elton John to Stevie Nicks and Eric Clapton, and played over 100 shows with Grateful Dead until Jerry Garcia's death in 1995...

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