-- Tamarac Mayor Beth Talabisco, a figure in the ongoing State Attorney's Office corruption investigation, was released from Broward General Hospital on Sunday after undergoing surgery for a serious medical condition. The Pulp wishes her a speedy recovery to good health. What impact&n ... More >>
Get Used To It Get used to working for a corporation, Pulpy boy. Today I was going to write about how the Sun-Sentinel's resident crotchety old man Tom Jicha needs to stick to writing lame TV pieces instead of politics (is there something in the water? Jicha rants about global warming when he shoul ... More >>
It's an annual Academy Awards ritual; after watching the overhyped event that you sense is dictated by some nameless eminence grise in a backroom (perhaps an inscrutable wheelchair-bound dwarf) you get the morning coverage regurgitating it in listless fashion with nothing new or remotely interesting ... More >>
Newspapers have lost it lately over television. The fearless leaders of the industry seem to think it sells newspapers to talk about television and reporters are more than happy to oblige them by writing about it. Beats work, you know. There's nothing wrong with good TV reporting, but endless jabber ... More >>
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Why won't those mean, old, sniping critics just quiet down?
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In the ultimate Channel 7 report, the news team discovers a Cuban double agent in our midst.
Celebrated by a nationwide cavalcade of hype, Barry Diller's revolutionary new WAMI-TV hits the air. The verdict? Click.