Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke addresses Gov. Rick Scott's alienation from African Americans.Last week, Good Ole Gov. Ricky tried to explain to a group ... More >>
"I grew up probably in the same situation as you guys," Rick Scott said yesterday while addressing a group of state legislators. "I started school in public housing. My dad had a sixth-grade education."That would have been fine if he was speaking in front of a group of lawmakers who started schoo ... More >>
The two women who got stuck on a thrill ride yesterday at the Miami-Dade County Fair say they'd buckle up and go again, and were pleased with their quick rescue. [CBS4]A local elementary school wants you to have a great spring "breack"! [WSVN]Sports Woah, Roger Federer is out of here, after losing ... More >>
Catholicos, it's Lent time! Cuaresma, baby! Time for to behave really good. Time to make up for all the sinning and loving ladies and inappropriate gyrating. Time for me to undo the damage of having become a Cuban-American Idol. In Catholic school I was told to give up something during the 40 days o ... More >>
Remember fifth-grade reporter Damon Weaver, who we dubbed "The Best Political Reporter in South Florida" for interviewing Joe Biden? Check the part of your brain where you file away "adorable," because you probably do. Well now he is on a quest to interview Barack Obama, and has made this YouTube ... More >>
La Moderna Poesia
A black charter school was supposed to lead African-American youth into a bright future. It hasn't happened.
The disastrous demise of Techworld raises questions about how we should navigate the uncharted waters of private-public education
Imagine what would happen if Hispanic mommies and daddies united with black mommies and daddies in petitioning the school district
When Mateline Bruneau complained about her son's treatment at school, she wound up handcuffed and jailed
Dade County's school district may have its own police department, but law enforcement experts say it doesn't come close to making the grade
South Pointe Elementary officials were thrilled with the $100,000 check. They'd be even happier if they could cash it.