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  • Governor weighs in on 'Jesus stomping' incident at FAU Davie campus

    Governor weighs in on 'Jesus stomping' incident at FAU Davie campus
    The “Jesus stomping” controversy at Florida Atlantic University is a political gift from the almighty to Gov. Rick Scott. The governor, plagued with continuing dismal poll ratings and increasing discontent from his conservative political...
  • Scripps jobs growing, but short of goal as deadline nears

    Scripps Florida has grown to 511 employees, but the biotech company still has some hiring to do to meet its job creation deadline in December, Palm Beach County commissioners learned Tuesday. The county and state invested more than $600 million in...
  • Chan Lowe: GEO Group yanks FAU stadium funding

    Chan Lowe: GEO Group yanks FAU stadium funding
    Every day, Florida Atlantic University President Mary Jane Saunders reinforces the argument that she’s a bad fit for her job. The top priority for a university head is to raise funds. Maybe she’s good at that; I’m sure the board of...
  • Political newcomer running against incumbent for Plantation Group 4 seat

    Political newcomer running against incumbent for Plantation Group 4 seat
    For candidates in this year's race, the issues are taxing. In the March 12 race for Group 4, political newcomer Chris Zimmerman is running against incumbent Peter Tingom, and chief among the issues are tax hikes. "As a resident and business owner in...
  • Chan Lowe: FAU's Saunders resigns

    Chan Lowe: FAU's Saunders resigns
    Over the course of my journalistic career, I’ve witnessed a number of good reporters get promoted to management positions because that was the natural next step for them in their careers. Except that it was unnatural because sometimes they turned...
  • South Florida theaters break out the tinsel

    South Florida theaters break out the tinsel
    South Florida stages are extra bright this time of year with illumination from Christmas lights. Here’s a roundup of theatrical holiday happenings. “It’s A Fabulous Life” Nov. 28 – Dec. 2 A gay musical take on “...
  • Many questions for Gov. Rick Scott, some answers

    Many questions for Gov. Rick Scott, some answers
    Gov. Rick Scott ran through a wide range of topics during an hour with the Sun Sentinel editorial board on Tuesday. The central point: Everything’s going well in Florida, from Scott’s vantage. “The state’s headed in the right...
  • Former Congressman Allen West issues warning: Don't mess with my wife

    Former Congressman Allen West issues warning: Don't mess with my wife
    Former U.S. Rep. Allen West issued a stern warning Wednesday to protesters he said are taking things too far when it comes to his wife, Angela West, a trustee at Florida Atlantic University. Here’s what West posted Wednesday on Facebook: I...
  • Plantation Group 2 candidates vying for citywide seat

    Plantation Group 2 candidates vying for citywide seat
    Three men — a political newcomer, a relative of a county commissioner and a veteran councilman who once ran for mayor — are seeking the Group 2 council seat to replace Sharon Moody. Moody's resignation means her replacement will serve a two-...
  • UCF student magazine bridges health and the arts

    UCF student magazine bridges health and the arts
    The University of Central Florida sent out this article this week, detailing a new student project at the College of Medicine that involves the arts. I found it interesting and wanted to share it. Here's the UCF report: In their latest effort to show...
  • Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat

     Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat
    Six men and one woman are in the running to replace Sheila Alu, a dynamic yet controversial city commissioner who resigned in December. Alu's exit leaves voters with the task of replacing a prominent voice on the five-member board. The new...
  • St. Pat's Weekend Preview: Bono vs. Bono, brews and Snoop

    St. Pat's Weekend Preview: Bono vs. Bono, brews and Snoop
    So last weekend’s St. Pat’s parades and events were, to quote the bard Allen Iverson, just practice. Practice, man. This is St. Patrick’s Day weekend. A St. Pat’s party featuring the probably-not-Irish DJ Laz and not one but...