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In madcap development boom, a little less Christmas spirit

US consumer confidence charged to a post-recession high this month. In Miami, we didn’t need the uptick report in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal – we could see the confidence written all over projects ready and willing…

Heralds Salvation Call Off The Dogs Return To Newspapering

"The Miami Herald enters a new era today," began a June 27 editorial hailing its sale to the McClatchy Co. Truer words were never written, but so far, it's not…

Commissioners Take Your Chains Off The Democratic Process

Miami-Dade County's commissioners are expending substantial amounts of your money, Mr. and Ms. Taxpayer, in an ill-advised fight they can't possibly win to keep you from deciding how your government…

Take A Bow A New Era Being Ushered In Bolsters Miami

Whew! After two decades of struggles, it's finally happening.…

Dont Moan To Me About County If Youre Part Of The Problem

Since this month's election, I've lost any interest in your complaints about the ills of county governance.…

The Miami Herald Enters Quagmire Of Journalistic Ethics

Journalistic ethics used to be clear, we thought.…

When Grocery Buying Becomes Literary Litmus Test Beware

Miami-Dade County school officials, who already are wasting money in court in defense of an indefensible ban of a children's book for failing to paint the Castro regime as sufficiently…

City Shouldnt Give A 200 Million Gift For An Urban Eyesore

Such temerity: The developer of City Square at the Miami Herald site is asking Miami's government to fund the full $200 million cost of the retail mall's parking garage -…

Whats Pluto Got That We Havent Got Try Standards

I've long stated that my first editing was for a Michigan weekly. Reminding me otherwise was the earthshaking news that astronomers are to vote in Prague this week to dub…

Get Used To Air Travels New Pains Or Gas Up The Family Car

Just as the world of air travel changed radically after 9/11, it suffered another seismic upheaval after last week's terrorist roundup. The painful details change daily as regulators decide just…

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