When the Juice gets a call about the horrible standards set by the competition, we usually turn a deaf ear, since complainers and haters roam unchecked, like backyard iguanas. Plus, most reporters we know are too busy trying to dodge a pink slip to fall afoul of ethics. But the story told to us y ... More >>
It's so rare for people to get together and protest in Broward County for anything that isn't tied to some union and pay. That's why I'm heartened by the protest that's going to take place at the Sunrise City Commission at tonight's meeting. A slew of environmentalists are ... More >>
The Minneapolis Star Tribune followed the Tribune Co. and went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy today. Remember, Miami Herald parent McClatchy, in the only good move it has made in several years, sold the Strib, as it is called, for $530 million back in 2006. The newspaper's story includes some inter ... More >>
Decimated by corporate overlords, the only hope for our local newspapers may be the auction block.
I bet on Florida (-3) in the national championship game. That's right, I actually sort of like the Gators now that Spurrier long gone, and I've always been partial to the SEC. It was just a friendly wager with a friend, though, and by the middle of the game I was sort of pulling for Oklahoma. Why? ... More >>