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Florida's largest political party has a problem. Although registered Democrats outnumber Republicans in Florida by 500,000, and President Barack Obama has carried the Sunshine State in the past two presidential elections, the party has no obvious...
Tags: Republican Party, Lawyers, Rod Smith, Gainesville, Tampa
In Hollywood, nightclub years are like dog years. Teddy's, the tiny nightclub tucked into the far front corner of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, had been open and popular for an impressive seven years — retirement age for most clubs — before...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE—An effort to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDs among Miami-Dade county drug users cleared its final Senate committee Monday, but is stuck in the House. The legislation would create a pilot program in Miami-Dade county to allow drug users to...
Bill Burr: The storm of meteor rocks that pelted Russia back in February inspired, oh, let's call it a "strange" comedy bit from the comedian. "It's really disappointing that that meteor didn't kill anybody," Burr announced to audiences at a recent comedy...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy Jennifer Curington TALLAHASSEE — A Senate committee has approved the creation of a needle exchange in Miami-Dade County, a place where drug users can exchange used needles and syringes for unused ones. It’s an approach that medical...
Can Kim Rothstein’s infamous cache of hidden jewels offer the opportunity to score some loot of your own? Of course -- it's South Florida, right? It seems only fitting that there will be elements of black humor and extravagance in the air when ...
In the saga of Fort Lauderdale's infamous Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein and his wife, Kim, don't count author Chuck Malkus as the former power couple's biggest fan. "People are fed up with fraudulent acts and a message needs to be sent. It's time to...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Prisons, Scott Rothstein, Punishment
Digging into the mailbag, we range from a favorite lost lunch spot to sweeping sagas involving Florida's past. Where was The Rowena? Longtime area resident Susan Zwer sends memories of a bridesmaids luncheon at The Rowena in Orlando, also fondly...
FloriDUHAlex Mesa got a $77.50 ticket from Miami Beach cops for obstructing traffic, reports The Miami Herald. This 44-year-old man reportedly got ticketed for jogging backwards -- on the street. “I am 100 percent alert,” Mesa told The Herald, ...
Leading man Matt Damon has put his mansion in Miami Beach on the market at $20 million. Set on more than an acre with a two-bedroom guesthouse, a swimming pool and a pool house, the 12,705-square-foot house features a courtyard entrance, a theater, a...
The rumors running rampant (OK, two friends from different parts of Broward County) that Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival is sold out are not true. In fact, organizers are expecting “heavy walk-up” at the festival on Saturday...
As they filmed a certain pair of Palm Beach Gardens tennis champions for their documentary "Venus and Serena," co-directors Maiken Baird and Michelle Major were granted unfettered access to the sisters' private and often-chaotic lives, which included no...
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