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  • Stephen Goldstein: Scott does great job as today's artful dodger

    Answering questions is as unspeakable to Rick Scott as eating pork is to someone who keeps kosher. The governor treats talking with the press and public as tref (Yiddish for tainted food), as though he would be putting himself at risk for the political...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 5-month-old revived in Florida highway drama; baby critical but stable

    A 5-month-old baby was saved from suffocation on a Miami highway thanks to the quick thinking of a group of highway Good Samaritans. Traffic halted when a woman jumped out of her car calling for help for a baby boy who had turned blue. That’s...
  • Coral Spring High's Azad Hosein raises funds for Smile Train

      Coral Springs High senior Azad Hosein is working to put smiles on children's faces. He has raised close to $2,000 for cleft palate surgeries through Smile Train, an organization that specifically fights cleft. As a part of his Miami Herald...
  • Barbie is perfect for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue

    The annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is out -- along with the usual debates about objectifying women as sexual beings, modesty as a lost value and the undeniable fact that beauty is a random gift distributed by the fickle hand of an unfair God....
  • Boycott Arizona

    Boycott Arizona. Somebody design the T-shirts. Somebody ready the bumper stickers. Boycott Arizona. Gov. Jan Brewer has not said at this writing whether she will veto a bill passed by the state legislature that would allow businesses to refuse...
  • Ex-cop suing city of Miami for time it took to put on uniform

    Ex-cop suing city of Miami for time it took to put on uniform
    A former sergeant is suing the city of Miami for unpaid overtime wages for the time to put on his uniform, maintain his vehicle and maintain his weapon, the Miami Herald is reporting. Michael Weissberg, who retired in March after 8 years with the ...