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  • British action film The Sweeney hits Miami

    British action film The Sweeney hits Miami
    The Sweeney grips you into a stylish underworld where one has to act like a criminal to catch a criminal. Based on the eponymous ‘70s U.K. show about members of the Flying Squad, which is a special branch of the police force focused on violent crime...
  • Susie Crippen introduces her latest fashion project

    Susie Crippen introduces her latest fashion project
    It's way down in South Miami, but believe me...it's worth the schlepp. Designer Susie Crippen of CRIPPEN and Lauren Book, founder of Lauren's Kids are teaming up to host a meet-the-designer event Wednesday, March 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at one of the...
  • Passing the dutchie at Tobacco Road

    Passing the dutchie at Tobacco Road
    The date for the 15th annual Medical Marijuana Benefit Concert at Tobacco Road was penciled in months ago, but its imminent arrival on Saturday couldn't be better-timed for longtime organizer C.D. Flash. This week, a poll released by pro-pot outfit People...
  • For Jon Secada, a sort of homecoming

    For Jon Secada, a sort of homecoming
    Thanks to a healthy lifestyle and strength training, Jon Secada says he's in the best shape of his life. The Latin crooner shows off his toned, muscular body in the video for his new single, "Never Too Far Away." In the video, which was filmed at the...
  • Wine, women and whiskey

    Wine, women and whiskey
    Beer and whiskey. Wine and cigars. Are these the domains of men? Three organizations in South Florida prove ladies know about drinking, too. To nix the notion that women stick to the 'tinis, these groups teach those who don't know as much. Master...
  • What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?

    What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?
    As federal regulators continue to look for lessons from Japan's nuclear disaster, critics are pleading for changes in three key nuclear emergency areas. It matters to Floridians because the state has five reactors, four of which are slated to expand,...
  • Wellness and work

    Wellness and work
    A friend of mine is overweight, probably about 100 pounds more than what would be considered healthy. She works long hours, eats when she is stressed and says she has no time to exercise. Her employer is much less cavalier than she about the situation....
  • South Florida cat killings: Top cop backs decision to drop charges

     
    We have an update in the case of Tyler Weinman, who had been a suspect in a string of cat killings in South Florida. Here's Laura Isensee's story in the Miami Herald: A day after prosecutors dropped their case against the suspect in a series of cat...
  • Palm Beach County drops proposal for local ban on extended-size ammunition magazines

     
    Palm Beach County Commissioner Burt Aaronson Tuesday gave up his push for a local ban on the sale of high-capacity ammunition magazines, like those used in last month???s Tucson shooting. Aaronson just four days earlier had called for a local......
  • More setbacks for Palm Beach County gun control measures

     
    Palm Beach County???s struggle to impose tougher local gun control measures continued Tuesday. First the County Commission did away with a long-standing prohibition against allowing guns in local parks, because the rule conflicted with state law. Then the...
  • FHSAA State wrestling: Live updates and commentary

     
    Class 3A 103-Pound Class Jacob Browning, Jr., 46-2, DeLand vs. Ryan Kruse, Everglades 112-Pound Class Zach Whitmire, Sr., 55-3, Dr. Phillips vs. Brian Ridli, Jupiter 119-Pound Class E.J. Jimenez, Sr., 22-6, Osceola vs. Nick Weaver, Jr., 30-11,...