Hollywood Casino set to fill about 70 job openings
She posts risque photos and controversial statements on her Twitter feed on a daily basis and she's been said to show erratic behavior by many who've been around her. But is she Hollywood's hottest mess? That's debatable. There's always Lindsay Lohan, who is sadly the poster child for going off the deep-end with her partying. Then again, who can forget a bald Britney Spears attacking a paparazzo's car with an umbrella circa 2007? <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/06/17/amanda-bynes-lunges-at-man-who-tries-to-take-photo-who-hottest-mess-in/
On Hollywood?s menu: Food truck or sit-down restaurant?
But city leaders want to make sure they?re not taking business away from restaurants and shops. cteproff@MiamiHerald.com Each Monday night, a caravan of food trucks pull into downtown Hollywood, and line Young Circle, offering a menu of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets. Families plop down on extra-large blankets and picnic on the finger food. Just across from the circle, restaurants with sit-down service and napkins serve patrons everything from New Orleans cuisine to upscale Italian food. Over the last year, the food trucks have attracted more than 1,800 people every week, and while most would call that successful, some business owners and city leaders say they need to make some tweaks. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/06/17/3456513/on-hollywoods-menu-food-truck.html
Hollywood ?boiler room? sold $2 million in fake precious metals; two arrested
Manuel Frade, 38, of and Angel Quinones, 53, were arrested last week by the Broward Sheriff?s Office and charged with one count each of organized fraud and grand theft and two counts of securities fraud in connection with the scheme, according to Florida Office of Financial Regulation, which announced the arrest on Monday as part of a months-long investigation by the OFR. The Broward County State Attorney?s Office is prosecuting the case. Frade and Quinones are accused soliciting investors through their Hollywood-based company, Integrated Market Capital Investments, doing business as Midas Asset Exchange in Hollywood. After making the investment with Midas Asset Exchange, investors typically received account statements showing the alleged purchase of metals. Investors claimed that Frade and Quinones led them to believe that the metals listed on the account statements would be stored for them in a vault or other safe place until such time as they desired to sell. The investigation revealed that only a small portion of investor money was used to trade possessory rights to precious metal inventory, and none of it was used to purchase or store the physical metals. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/06/17/3456139/hollywood-boiler-room-sold-2-million.html