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Fort Lauderdale police officer Victor Ramirez gained widespread infamy when he slapped a homeless man suspected of trespassing in a public bus terminal last month and video of the incident went viral. But internal affairs files show that the "slap heard around the world" definitely wasn't the first time Ramirez got physical with bus station loiterers. Comment?
Our annual food guide, Taste, hits newsstands Thursday, February 19. In this year's issue, you'll find guides to local food neighborhoods; interviews with local coffee roasters, chefs, and chocolatiers; and a handy roundup of South Florida's breweries. Readers of Clean Plate Charlie don't have to wait. Comment?
"This has nothing to do with Bill Cosby," insists Anthony Ruiz, front desk clerk at Tate's Comics about the store celebrating its first ever Ugly Sweater Sunday. Comment?
The best-known section of University Drive in Lauderhill might be Koreatown. But drive too fast down the mile-long stretch between Commercial Boulevard and NW 44th Street and you could miss it. Comment?
Broward County's Koreantown has its latest addition. Fred and Susan Kim, owners of critically acclaimed Gabose , this year's pick for New Times " Best Restaurant - Broward County ," have opened the doors to an authentic Korean pub, Gabose Pocha . Comment?
The Brew Bus is calling us: Edgar Revuelta , Caplan, and Brew Bus South Florida attendants Kimberly Johnson and Matt Davis. Comment?
That's because the Broward Sheriff's Office is unleashing a cavalry of units known as the Broward County Aggressive Driving Task Force onto the streets to make sure you people pump the brakes a little and stop being so aggressive on the roads. Comment?
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