Politics: That Oily FDOT


By Jeffrey Bradley We recently attended two FDOT (stands for Florida Department Of Transportation, not Friggin’ Defense Of Traffic) workshops … [Read more...]

Politics: A Womb With a View


Republicans have long espoused less government.  Particularly, this spring, when they wanted it to stay the hell out of Americans’ health care.  Never … [Read more...]

Profile: Air Race Chics


PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY YOU SHOULD KNOW: Kristen Jurn and Mayte Greco – Short Race Chics On June 22 Ft Myers’ Page Field will be a-rumble with … [Read more...]

Profile: Paul Schwieger & Tony Major


PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY YOU SHOULD KNOW: Paul Schwieger and Tony Major – Father & Son Events Who are you? Tony Major and Paul Schwieger: Tony … [Read more...]

Politics: As goes San Fran, So May Go the Rest of Us


(EN ROUTE FROM SAN FRANCISCO) – I didn’t get a glimpse of it, but it wasn’t for lack of trying. A blanket of clouds beneath my jet obscured from view … [Read more...]

Politics: Obama’s Katrina


By Jeffrey Bradley “We’ll make sure that public transportation is both available and affordable…” —Barack Obama Day 50 and … [Read more...]

Profile: Charlie Cinnamon


PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY YOU SHOULD KNOW: Charlie Cinnamon – Media Maestro Who are you? I’m still trying to figure it out.  But I go by the name … [Read more...]

Politics: Public Gets Irked When Cops Abuse Perks


Cheer up, South Florida:  There are only 180 calendar days to go before the end of that annual six-month ritual we’re forced to sweat out… The … [Read more...]

Politics: Lincoln Park Or South Park?


By Jeffrey Bradley Why it could be a disaster. Urban parks either contrast or reflect their surroundings. Consider the vasty wilderness of Central … [Read more...]