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  • The 25 most important people in Central Florida: 6-15

    On Tuesday, we started counting down The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida by unveiling 10 people, including two who are shaking up the establishment, a couple of media mavens and several behind-the-scenes political players and fundraisers....
  • "Democracy's Prisoner," by Ernest Freeberg

    It all sounds so familiar: a foreign war, an unpopular president, high-minded vows to spread democracy abroad and a dubious law to restrict liberties at home. Add to that scenario vast inequalities in wealth, high Immigration rates, scant regard for...
  • 'I'm sorry' Citigroup was ever born, co-founder says

     
    John Reed, the co-founder of Citigroup, now wants to apologize for creating that monster -- which has become one of the biggest taxpayer-supported casualties of the financial-system crash. In an interview with Bloomberg News, the 70-year-old Reed says...
  • Friday's Highlights: There's a new superhero on the loose in 'Smallville'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 6 - 13 in PDF format This week's TV Movies WARRIOR ANGEL: A young man (Carlo Marks) becomes a superhero in a new episode of "Smallville" at 8 p.m.......
  • The NBCC's 30 books in 30 days

     
    The National Book Critics Circle will announce the winners of its book awards on March 11 in New York City. It has begun counting down the days until that event by posting mini reviews of every finalist that's in the......
  • Imagine that: Dede Allen, Hollywood's greatest film editor, died Oscarless

     
    When I read the obituaries earlier this week paying tribute to Dede Allen, who died Saturday at 86 after pretty much revolutionizing the art of film editing, I got to wondering -- how many Oscars did she win in her......
  • 'Yeomen of the Guard' by Light Opera Works: Music this lovely should lend more trust to story

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "The Yeomen of the Guard" ★★½ Through Sunday at Cahn Auditorium, 600 Emerson St., Evanston; Running time: 2 hours, 40 minutes; Tickets: $32-$92 at 847-869-6300 or www.light-opera-works.org The pirates, fairies and sailors may be...
  • Citi to split in two, reports $8.29B 4Q loss

    Citigroup said Friday it is splitting up into two businesses as it reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $8.29 billion _ its fifth straight quarterly loss. In Citigroup's reorganization, one business, Citicorp, will focus on traditional banking around...
  • Nazi-Era Dagger Stolen From Everett Business

    Caught on tape:  a thief who stole an authentic World War Two Nazi dagger used to guard Hitler himself.       In the surveillance video, you can see a guy open a glass case using screwdriver while the store clerks were distracted by another customer. The...
  • Former State Senator Shepherd Seeks New Sentencing Date

    Former State Senator Shepherd Seeks New Sentencing Date
    A lawyer for a former Louisiana lawmaker who pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money for an unlicensed bond broker is seeking to postpone his client's sentencing next week. John Reed, an attorney for former state Sen. Derrick Shepherd, says a...
  • Boys' Track Second Team and Honorable Mention

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Event || Name || School || Time/ distance || Class || || 110 hurdles || Tremain Grant || Dillard || 14.20 || Sr. || || 100 || Cassius McDowell || Deerfield Beach || 10.67 || Jr. || || 1,600 || Nicholas Palermo || North Broward...