The Miami Herald’s oxymoronic decision to outsource the production of “community” news sections to India comes at a time when most major newspapers and organizations are shutting down foreign news bureaus.
And that, of course, comes at a time when the United States is s
Daniel Zuniga, the promising young prosecutor who was assigned to my case, was fired this week from the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office for participating in a “toys for case dismissal” agreement with Miami-Dade County Judge Karen Mills Francis – the ju
Update: Check out the online bio of Miami Laker reporter David Snelling, who was removed from the political beat after he wrote an unflattering story on Miami Lakes Vice Mayor Nancy Simon.
Miami Lakes Vice Mayor Nancy Simon was hoping to prevent fellow Lakes residents from learning that sh
First, Miami city and county officials approved a multi-billion public works plan that would build a port tunnel, a museum at Bayfront Park and a new baseball stadium where the Orange Bowl now stands.
All without the approval of the citizens of Miami.
Now, a group of Miami developers hav
Not too long ago in a blogosphere not too far away…
It is a period of civil strife after Stuck on the Palmetto blogger Rick destroyed his blog in the midst of a fierce battle with the Daily Pulp blog, leaving hundreds of loyal readers floating through cyberspace without a permanent