via NBCMiamiThe Miami Dolphins aren't jealous that the Miami Heat pretty much stole their title as the city's favorite sports team with the signing of Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James. No, sir. In fact, they put a full-page ad in both the Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel this weekend co ... More >>
This post is mainly to point out that even big-time newspapers (or whatever the New York Post is) make embarrassing headline typos once in a while (I hope the copy editor gets an email from the EIC with the subject "Can We Talk?"). But in a more local angle, it seems Joan Rovers Rivers ... More >>
Was a baseball bat involved?
via FatheadIt appears the divorce of Dwyane Wade and his wonderfully named wife Siohvaughn is going to be one of the ugliest high-profile sports star divorces in recent memory. Siohvaughn's lawyers fired the first shot by claiming Wade gave her an unnamed STD. Then came some rumors that Siohvaughn w ... More >>
Why did the Miami Herald let Joan Fleischman take a buyout and retire when she is the only person at that paper who continually brings it? And by bring it, I mean bring the most important celebrity STD stories to the Ayem Papyrus. This weekend she dug into the divorce papers of Miami Heat star Dwyan ... More >>
If the release of Miami-Dade Mayor Carlo Alvarez's son from prison was a big deal, you wouldn't know it from any of the local media outlets (us included). The news broke nearly three months after the fact in, of all places, Joan Fleischman's Herald gossip column. We relegated it to a link ... More >>
The longtime gossip columnist kisses the town farewell.
The Miami Herald's shamelessly extravagant promotion of a lousy book sets the newsroom aflame
I once thought working for the Transportation Security Administration was serious business. I didn't have a clue
How a dinner companion of the state attorney took issue with "Talk of Our Town' columnist Joan Fleischman & the Herald, etc.
Is Luther Campbell really Miami Beach's Memorial Day savior?
From the issue of August 23, 2001
If you're Puff Daddy and you're in need of a career boost, come on down to Miami
Killian High teacher Charles Boldwyn says he's being railroaded for blowing the whistle on a paint scandal
When is a rape not a rape? When it becomes "assault" in the pages of the Miami Herald.
When it comes to farewells, nothing says "Good buy" like a yard sale
Weeks before the controversial tale of a Cuban double agent set Miami abuzz, the Miami Herald and Channel 51 engaged in a little intrigue of their own