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It is no secret that the editorial policy of a newspaper responds to the interests of its owners. In countries where freedom of the press exists and is respected, newspapers abound, reflecting many different [...]
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Former Broward School Board transportation department supervisor Ann Murray is running for reelection for the Broward School Board in August. But before voters decide between her and or her oppo... [...]
It's not exactly a secret that Miami's latest unhinged condo boom is being fueled by foreign money, but the exact number of new residential units being bought in downtown by those from abroad is e...Continue reading "Report: 90 Percent of Downtown Condo Buyers Are Foreigners" > [...]
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Broward residents who want to vote by mail will start getting their ballots on Wednesday. [...]
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Congratulations to Judge Rosenberg who was unanimously confirmed today!
President Obama has really reshaped this District's bench:
Judges Williams, Scola, Gayles, Bloom and now Rosenberg. [...]
"La Femme â€¦ en Noir et Blanc," an exhibit by Miami photographer Henry Perez, opens with a free reception and celebration on Friday, July 25, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden in Miami Beach.
The show is important to me because it [...]
Another Tales of the Cocktail is over and Miami bartenders and spirits professionals are back in town after spending nearly a week in the Big Easy drinking, eating, learning, and networking. T... [...]
Democrat Charlie Crist says he can't raise nearly as much money as Republican Gov. Rick Scott, but he can close the gap thanks to a big subsidy from Florida taxpayers.
Crist soon will get his first infusion of millions in campaign cash under the state's public campaign financing program, created to [...]