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Abrams: Tribune Should Study USA Today's Success

11 years ago by Bob Norman
We have the latest think piece from Tribune Co. Innovation Chief Lee Abrams and it's another doozy. I can't begin to capture the Abrams vibe, but here are some highlights:   -- He proposes to "blow up" an underperforming TV station in the Tribune chain and totally "rethink" the medium. His ideas include counting...
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

5 months ago by Jesse Scott
National Rosé Day, music by Hootie and the Blowfish and Slightly Stoopid, and more of the best things to do in South Florida this week.
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Trump Suggests Puerto Rico Isn't Part of the United States After Senate Blocks Disaster Aid Bill

7 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
A year and a half after Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico, the island is still recovering. Borinqueños continue to face power outages and water shortages. The agriculture industry is rebuilding from the storm's damage to local crops. But President Donald Trump and Congress are sparring over aid. After Senate Democrats blocked a...
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Brightline and Tri-Rail Have Killed Dozens

8 months ago by Meg O'Connor
The patchy morning clouds had just begun to dissipate when the Tri-Rail train pulled out of the Pompano Beach station, heading south through the fading twilight of dawn. Thick bushes, tall green grass, and squat tan buildings littered with colorful graffiti lined the tracks. The train thumped by, picking up...
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After Recent Wins in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, a Proposed State Senate Bill Would Raise Teacher Salaries Statewide

10 months ago by Wendy Rhodes
Dem. State Sen. Kevin Rader last week proposed raising the minimum salary for Florida public school teachers to $50,000. But even after recent progress in Broward and Miami-Dade counties, a Republican-dominated legislature that supports charter schools makes it unlikely that the bill will pass.
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Water Liars Reflects on American Rock and Making it in the USA

5 years ago by Natalya Jones
Indie rock act Water Liars' vocalist, Justin Kinkel-Schuster told us that despite being from Arkansas himself and bandmate Andrew Bryant being from Mississippi, their rural roots have little to no influence on how they play their small town-sounding music in big cities. "It's not a conscious thing," he said on...
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Donald Trump Jr. Scheduled to Speak at a South Florida High School Tonight

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Even compared to other college conservative groups, Turning Point USA is a collection of some of the absolute worst pundits in America. Case in point: The group says it's bringing American-Habsburg crown prince Donald Trump Jr. to a South Florida high school to speak at 6:30 tonight as part of TPUSA's Campus Clash series, in which group leaders Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens appear at local schools and colleges to make libs mad or whatever it is they do.
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Miss Florida USA Dragged Into Miss USA Pageant-Fixing Claims; Whole Thing Gets Stupider Every Day

7 years ago by Rich Abdill
You may not be familiar with the latest scandal surrounding the Miss USA pageant, because it is stupid. But Miss Florida USA is involved, so now, so are we.It all started when Miss Pennsylvania USA, Sheena Monnin, resigned her crown June 4, claiming the Miss USA pageant was fixed."In good...
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Strutter USA's Rob Budowsky Brings Rock and Roll to Hollywood

5 years ago by David Von Bader
Strutter USA's Rob Budowsky just wants to see everyone have a good time. Budowsky brought together his duality as a successful CPA and serious rock 'n' roll fan by moving much of his business into the entertainment sector and becoming the CPA of choice and a financial advisor of sorts...
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USA Swimming Executive Director Withdraws From Hall of Fame Consideration Amid New Times Investigation Into Sex Abuse

5 years ago by Allie Conti
Chuck Wielgus has been executive director of USA Swimming since 1997. During his tenure, about 100 coaches have been accused of alleged misconduct that has ranged from placing video cameras in swimmers' bathrooms to dealing steroids to molesting young girls. A five-month New Times investigation into the claims published in...

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