Wyatt Duvall worked as a home delivery man for the Sun-Sentinel between April 2006 and October 2010. The business wasn't new to him: when the Boca Raton resident had pulled stints hauling dead trees throughout his life, including runs in California, his native-Kentucky, and at the now-shuttered Boca ... More >>
When choosing the next president of the United States, one has to weigh many issues. There's the economy, health care, beer appreciation...President Barack Obama, for instance, likes his beer so much that he's brewing and bottling his own private-label stash at the White House.For more than a year, ... More >>
Kevin Hickey, a former pitcher and assistant with the Chicago White Sox, died earlier today at the age of 56. The Chicago Tribune has a short story about Hickey, whom White Sox GM Roland Hemond called "a South Side kid made good."Hickey, after playing softball and semi-pro baseball, was discove ... More >>
Pyschology professors at Notre Dame and Purdue University this week announced a study showing that a person carrying a gun is more likely to "see guns in the hands of others."It was coincidence that the release of the findings coincided with national outrage over the slaying of Florida ... More >>
Deities, like the one above, should stay out of politics.An editorial by the lovely Mary Sanchez, of Kansas City, appeared this week beneath the Tribune Co.'s various mastheads, including that of our own Sun Sentinel. It was a well-intentioned editorial, but a sloppy one, and the way in which it ... More >>
Will he smite bad bloggers with his noodly appendage?Could the Sun-Sentinel's corporate overlords at Tribune Co. please explain why Barbara Hijek has a job? Could they please explain why a paper at which honest-to-goodness investigative reporters and serious editorialists were not long ago pressu ... More >>
You know, Mondays suck so hard. They come at the worst time -- always at the tail-end of a whirlwind weekend where you enjoyed a leisurely kayak trip in the Keys (or whatever). Ninety-nine percent of the time, there's some kind of hideous "work" attached to them, like a piece of lint on a nice pa ... More >>
facebook.comLee Abrams would like you to AFDI.If you've read this week's New Times cover story on the rise and fall of South Florida's daily newspapers, you're familiar with the Sun-Sentinel's infamous memo-writer, Lee Abrams. He's the chief innovation officer for the Tribune Co., the Chicago-bas ... More >>
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Saving Private Smith
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