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  • The 411 on new Apple iPhones on sale Friday

    My name is Doreen, and I'm an Apple Addict. When it comes to my iPhone 5, I am powerless. I mainline data like a drug. My habit costs hundreds of dollars a month for bundled wireless and Internet services. I get 30-page wireless bills in the mail from...
  • Ray Ferrero Jr., chancellor, Nova Southeastern University

    Ray Ferrero Jr., chancellor, Nova Southeastern University
    Last week: We confirmed that the United States has no credible foreign policy in the Middle East. In addition, we send Secretary of State John Kerry as a supplicant to Europe, rather than taking immediate forceful action in the United Nations to see...
  • Volunteer Spotlight: Andrew Kirschner

    Volunteer Spotlight: Andrew Kirschner
    Professor Andrew Kirschner teaches educational leadership at Nova Southeastern University where he trains students to become deans and principals of school systems. But during his time as a mentor at the Jim & Jan Moran Club of Boys & Girls Clubs of...
  • About Earl Maucker

    About Earl Maucker
    Was with the Sun-Sentinel 30 years; 14 as managing editor, 16 as editor before retiring in 2010.  In 2005 was named Broward Leader of the Year by the  Leadership Broward Foundation.  In 2007 was named Editor of the Year by Editor & Publisher magazine.  In...
  • About Mary Riedel

    About Mary Riedel
    Mary Riedel is President and CEO of Women in Distress of Broward County, serving the families and children who are victims of domestic violence from its expanded Jim and Jan Moran Family Center Campus in Deerfield Beach. With the agency's expansion...
  • Hallandale Beach sergeant fired nine months after ordering aide to alter crash report

    Hallandale Beach sergeant fired nine months after ordering aide to alter crash report
    Police were investigating a hit-and-run crash on Ocean Drive one night in June when the sergeant in charge realized the man behind the wheel was a former Hallandale cop. At that point, Sgt. Paul Winters ordered a community service aide to alter the...
  • Editor's Letter: Be your own curator { Society Scene | Arts Issue 2013 }

    Editor's Letter: Be your own curator { Society Scene | Arts Issue 2013 }
    A museum curator is responsible for editing a collection suited for its patrons - whether it be pieces of accessible beauty or works that elicit emotion. And as individuals we, too, are given the option of what to seek in life. In essence, we are our...
  • Michael Connelly's trail of blood leads back home

    Michael Connelly's trail of blood leads back home
    Crime in Florida has reached a 40-year low, but Michael Connelly doesn’t expect to run out of material any time soon. Even back when he was standing next to a bloodied body as a young police-beat reporter at the Sun Sentinel in the mid 1980s,...
  • Five questions with Albert Miniaci

    Five questions with Albert Miniaci
    What has been your proudest achievement or moment? First, the day I married by beautiful wife Beatriz and the birth of our children, Maria and Alan. Second, being inducted into the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame at Nova Southeastern University, and now,...
  • Hot town: Avery Sommers in the city

    Hot town: Avery Sommers in the city
    Anyone who attended the unique performances by jazz vocalist Jane Monheit at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale in March may recall  what a special setting the museum offered both for her stylish vocals and engaging personality. The Up Close &...
  • Weekend Preview: Models, mutts, Harold Lloyd and a monkey

    Weekend Preview: Models, mutts, Harold Lloyd and a monkey
    For the second straight year, a group of dedicated South Floridians will harness the region’s greatest natural resource for a cause dear to the hearts of most of us. By which I mean pinups promoting dog adoption. From 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at...
  • Davie golfer Taylor Collins wins 'Big Break Mexico'

    Davie golfer Taylor Collins wins 'Big Break Mexico'
    When it comes to her golf game, Taylor Collins has always had more than her share of doubters because she stands only 5 feet, 1 inch tall. But as Collins likes to say, “If you’re good enough, you’re big enough.” Monday night,...