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  • Miami Herald | EDITORIAL

    Remember the deficit?

    OUR OPINION: Crisis over, long-term budget problem remains

  • Jim Morin

    Morin, who has been at The Miami Herald since 1978, was awarded the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. He was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1977 and 1990. His cartoons appear in The Miami Herald five days a week.

World Cup

Miami will be World Cup crossroads

With air connections to 10 of the 12 host cities, Miami will likely experience the biggest effect of any city outside of Brazil.

  • What do you recommend?

    “The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton — it’s a book built around characters and plots inspired by astrological principles. It’s a neo-Victorian murder mystery and a mere 832 pages long, and it made 28-year-old Catton the youngest person to win the coveted Man Booker Prize. The voice is natural, easy to understand and ambitious; she’s a novelist who is seeking to reclaim the authorial, a writer who seeks to entertain and enlighten.”

  • The television scene

    ‘Game of Thrones’ stars visit Miami to talk fantasy

    When Game of Thrones hit HBO in 2011, readers of George R.R. Martin’s Song of Fire and Ice series were easy converts. The violence, nudity and dragons quickly hooked the non-readers, too, helping the series pull in a record 6.6 million viewers for the Season 4 premiere last week. Photo Gallery Available

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