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Roberto Santiago

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    March 22, 2007

    The Horror: Less Traffic

    It's U.S. Census time, so it's time for the dailies to make broad prognostications in front-page stories on what the population numbers mean. This year, the numbers show slowed growth -- and the Sun-Sentinel took it the farthest, with their giant hand-wringing top-o'-the-fold headline: "Has The Lust ... More >>

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    February 14, 2007

    Call Him The Death Master

    Frank Frazetta Broward County Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin seems to be on something of a power trip regarding his control over the (allegedly decaying) corpse of one Anna Nicole Smith. From today's Miami Herald article by Nikki Waller and Roberto Santiago on the court battle over the body: ------- ... More >>

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    October 13, 2006

    Oh Canada

    Canada I have mixed emotions on this day. On the one hand, it's great news that John Canada has been terminated as Southwest Ranches manager, as the council's decision will bring an end to one of the most corrupt fiefdoms in recent South Florida history. And town councilman Jeff Nelson deserves a ... More >>

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    August 24, 2006

    Trump Team Ordered To Name Reporter

    The judge in Donald Trump's lawsuit against the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino ordered the real estate and reality TV magnate's legal team to reveal the name of the reporter to whom it leaked information on the civil case. It really shouldn't have been such a difficult deduction for Streitfel ... More >>

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    July 10, 2006

    Phantom Cartwheels -- UPDATED

    Okay, about that "Pat" story in the Miami Herald: It's pretty clear that reporter Roberto Santiago should have credited the original New Times story. In fact, it's verging on a journalistic crime that the Herald didn't cite Julia Reischel's article. From Santiago's story: "The soon-to-be kindergar ... More >>

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    July 10, 2006

    It's Nicole

    The Miami Herald's Roberto Santiago does a decent job on the story of the five-year-old boy who is enrolling in Broward County schools as a girl. But if you really want to read about him, check out this story by NT's Julia Reischel (if you haven't already). She takes you into his home and tells a fa ... More >>

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    April 24, 2006

    Air & Sea Show Boycott!

    Airstrike Victim On the front page of today's Sun-Sentinel, Robert Nolin writes of the "treat" we'll get during the Air & Sea Show this year when we say goodbye to the F-14 Tomcat fighter jet. The ol' Top Gun chestnut is being retired for the F-18 Hornet. Makes the heart go all aflutter, don't it? ... More >>

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