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Lou Pearlman

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  • Catch up with Busdeker: Billy Manes, editor of LGBT newspaper Watermark

    Catch up with Busdeker: Billy Manes, editor of LGBT newspaper Watermark
    Billy Manes, the former Orlando Weekly columnist and newest editor of Watermark, is much better crafting poignant narratives than trying to sink fluorescent golf balls into tin cups.
  • Lou Pearlman: Boy-band 'Confidential'

    Lou Pearlman: Boy-band 'Confidential'
    UPDATED: Disgraced boy-band mogul Lou Pearlman gets the "Vanity Fair Confidential" treatment at 10 p.m. Monday (today) on Investigation Discovery. The material will be familiar to anyone who read the magazine's fascinating 2007 article on Pearlman...

    Flori-duh? Sure. But people still flock here, for better or worse

     Flori-duh? Sure. But people still flock here, for better or worse
    Florida ended the year with another growth spurt. We're now bigger than New York. Take that, Andrew Cuomo. Part of the reason the Empire State's empire is crumbling is that people are leaving New York and coming here. Why? Because it was 18...

    'Backstreet Boys' touts band's resilience, has little insight

    'Backstreet Boys' touts band's resilience, has little insight
    With 130 million albums sold, the Backstreet Boys are the bestselling boy band in history — not counting the Beatles, of course. But as member AJ McLean wonders, "What do you do when you're a full-grown man in a boy band?" McLean's earnest...

    Backstreet Boys, all grown up and ready for movie redemption

    Backstreet Boys, all grown up and ready for movie redemption
    In the '90s, the Backstreet Boys were his enemy. They were bubble-gum pop -- a manufactured quintet made up of guys who wore matching sports jerseys and sang about the shape of their hearts. They were everything Stephen Kijak was against. He wore...