Politics: Can He Say That?


Last week’s issue of Newsweek sports Texas Gov. Rick Perry (“Governor Goodhair” to his detractors) on the cover, big bold letters blazoned across his … [Read more...]

Politics: Down In The Park With A Friend Called Five


By Jeffrey Bradley South of Filth Residents continue to take comfort in limiting activities in their park. In fact, many battle-weary South of Fifth … [Read more...]

Profile: Master Sang


As you step through the doors of Master Sangs dojo, a sense of total calm overcomes you. Possibly, the understanding of a spiritual awakening to come. … [Read more...]

Politics: South of Fifth Redux


By Jeffrey Bradley We weren’t there personally, but we understand things very nearly went off the rails. Our spies—they’re legion—came away from this … [Read more...]

Politics: What’s All The Hubbub, Bub?


  By Jeffrey Bradley By the rumblings out of South Pointe, you’d think the Beirut Green Line had been dragged 3000 miles west to become a line … [Read more...]

News: MSMC Strategy Has Led to Solid Financial Picture


Despite a tough economy and an environment in which many fear the effects of health care nationalization, Miami Beach’s Mount Sinai Medical Center … [Read more...]

Politics: Skeleton Coast


By Jeffrey Bradley The coast of Namibia, in Africa, is strewn with the bleached bones and rusting relics of cargo ships that came to grief, ran … [Read more...]

Politics: Photo Op


VOTE?NO! Captured at deadline was a group of protestors on the 79th street Causeway on Miami Beach. With loud chanting, tambourines, whistles and … [Read more...]

Profile: Ted Vernon


Putting a lid on life was never an option for this jack-of-all-trades. New York born Ted Vernon began his lust for triumph at an early age with … [Read more...]