I once thought Biscayne Times editor and publisher Jim Mullin was a principled, smart journalist. I don't anymore. Jack King's June commentary "Miami's Media Muddle" in the BT should embarrass both Mullin and the writer. It calls Miami New Times "a shadow of its former self," says the staff is ... More >>
A candy bar gives the impression of existing solely in its fully formed product state, hitting air for the first time when you unwrap it from its plastic home, but it's easy to forget that all food is either grown or fed right from this here Earth, not manufactured. You can even grow things to eat y ... More >>
Today Bill Cooke at Random Pixels took a shot at New Times and editorial jefe Chuck Strouse. He wrote: I used to love Miami New Times. When I lived in Coconut Grove I knew where the paper was delivered on Wednesday and usually snagged a copy by early afternoon. Since editor Jim Mullin's departure a ... More >>
Image via Nostalgia Finder Don't expect The Miami Herald to accept The Sun-Sentinel's MySpace friend request any time soon. South Florida's two biggest dailies recently got involved in a catty blog based e-fight that dragged almost every local paper into the fray. The Herald's Marc Caputo was the ... More >>
"Luis Posada Carriles is a dangerous terrorist who belongs behind bars until he croaks!"
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Once an ink-stained wretch... New Times's former editor Jim Mullin inked a deal yesterday to buy The Biscayne Times. The paper was voted Best Neighborhood Newspaper in New Times's 2005 Best Of Miami edition. With a circulation of 25,000, the paper is distributed free to homes and businesses al ... More >>
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