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  • Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper faces new allegation in Miami, report says

    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper faces new allegation in Miami, report says
    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper pleaded not guilty Thursday to drugging and raping two women in Los Angeles as prosecutors said the allegations against him now include a case being investigated in Miami. Sharper, 38, was charged last week with seven rape and...
  • We're not forgetful, we just know too much

    Once upon a time, I could claim the small honor of being a veritable walking, talking phone book. Offer up a friend's name and I could spit out a number with the precision of an adding machine. Tucked in the folded recesses of my brain were also...
  • White fear trumps black life

    "You can get killed just for living in your American skin." -- Bruce Springsteen On Aug. 7, 1930, two young black men were lynched in Marion, Ind. A photographer named Lawrence Beitler had a studio across the street from the lynching tree. He came out...
  • Miami artist sorry he took his anger out on $1-million Ai Weiwei vase

    Miami artist sorry he took his anger out on $1-million Ai Weiwei vase
    If you've got an artistic message to get across, you can always try picking up a $1-million vase and smashing it to the ground.   Officials say that's what happened at a Miami museum over the weekend when a local artist destroyed part of an installation...
  • Sometimes, making a mistake is just being human

    I used to get blamed all the time for stuff Bob Steinback said. To be fair, it wasn't always blame -- sometimes it was credit -- and it went both ways. Sometimes, he had to explain to people that it was not he who had written a certain thing, but me....
  • Tony Pipitone departing WKMG for Miami

    Tony Pipitone departing WKMG for Miami
    Tony Pipitone, one of the finest reporters in Orlando TV history, is leaving WKMG-Channel 6. He will become an investigative reporter next month at WTVJ, the NBC-owned station in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale market. Pipitone, 53, is moving to South Florida...
  • A few more thoughts on 'thug'

    "I hate that thug music." This, according to Rhonda Rouer's testimony last week, is what her fiance, Michael Dunn, said when they pulled into a Jacksonville, Fla., gas station next to an SUV full of black kids who had the stereo up high, pumping some...
  • Why didn't I think of that? Another missed opportunity for invention

    Most of us who are neither geniuses nor innovators are destined to live our lives asking this question: Why didn't I think of that? This happens to me a lot more than I'd like to admit, and the recognition of another's cleverness invariably sparks a...
  • For sale, the MLK legacy

    "I won't have any money to leave behind. I won't have the fine and luxurious things of life to leave behind. But I just want to leave a committed life behind." -- Martin Luther King Jr., Feb. 4, 1968 Maybe we should take up an offering. Obviously, the...
  • Sochi Olympics: Finland names men's hockey team replacements

    Sochi Olympics: Finland names men's hockey team replacements
    SOCHI, Russia -- Finland’s men’s hockey team had a hard time finding replacements when standout NHL forwards Mikko Koivu of the Minnesota Wild and Valtteri Filppula of the Tampa Bay Lightning had to withdraw because of injuries. The team&...
  • Change across the universe [Commentary]

    Change across the universe [Commentary]
    It's an odd thing. Sometimes, when I speak before high school or college students, someone in the audience, knowing I began my professional life as a pop music critic, will ask what I think of music today. I always demur that I don't listen to a lot...
  • When being fair is really not, and other life lessons

    The argument that night had to do with my lap. A comfortable, welcoming lap to be sure, but not one so special as to instigate such a battle. Yet, there I was, babysitting my eldest son's three daughters, and the tears were flowing, the sobs were heaving...