Miami's School for Advanced Studies has finally cracked the top ten of Newsweek's annual America's Best High School list; coming in at sixth this year. That would make it Florida's second best public high school amongst a top ten list that is surprisingly Sunshine State heavy.
Now we know why Mitt Romney released a last minute campaign ad in South Florida trying to link Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro to Barack Obama. It was a desperation.Romney knew he had to to stave off the biggest surprise of the presidential election in Florida: Nearly half of Miami-Dade's Cuban America ... More >>
Between 2009 and 2010 the American economy was slowly recovering from crises, but that didn't quell America's obsession with booty meat. Newsweek reports that in that time Americans were spending a lot on plastic surgery procedures, including 24.4 percent more on butt lifts even as we were cuttin ... More >>
PLN Associate Editor Alex FriedmannA national legal magazine for prisoners has filed suit against the Florida Department of Corrections, claiming it's been censored from distributing in Florida prisons due to a vendetta by the state agency. According to a complaint filed today, the DOC has reje ... More >>
Less than a week after the departure of CEO Jerry Power and a day after mass layoffs were announced, the crumbling Plum TV luxury media empire now faces another loss. President Robert Gregory is leaving to take the same position at Newsweek Daily Beast Co. Of course, considering the state he left ... More >>
The mainstream media doesn't quite know how to handle a lawsuit in which a convicted felon has accused Shaquille O'Neal -- one of basketball's most beloved characters -- of attempting to using police connections to try to frame an enemy for possession of child porn. The Associated Press and ... More >>
Newsweek has taken up the hard work of finding America's 500 best high schools, and eight from Miami-Dade county have landed on the list. According to the list the appropriately named School for Advanced Studies is the best high school in Miami-Dade, and the 28th best in the nation.
Actually, sex in Miami remains fully legal. On a slow news day the blogosphere will take anything they can get, and a post on a pretty obscure blog wondered if Florida's anti-bestiality law will forbid sex between humans, since, you see, humans are members of the animal family. Gawker, Newsweek, ... More >>
Via Wyclef's Twitter page.Shut out of the Haitian presidential race, attacked everywhere for his financial mismanagement, and embroiled in a nasty celebrity feud with Sean Penn, Wyclef Jean is not exactly in a friendly mood these days. So when the Haitian authorities rejected his appeal and ... More >>
On Sunday, Cuban television broadcast the first episode of an 8-part miniseries on the various assassination attempts on Fidel Castro.Just another jolly night on Cuban prime-time!Called He Who Must Live, the miniseries covers the "638" attempts on El Supremo's life, including some that took place ... More >>
Chef Doug RodriguezOft labeled the "Godfather of Nuevo Latino," bestselling author and Chef Douglas Rodriguez has also been heaped with praise by Newsweek and Zagat, among others. But folks 'round here mostly just know him as "That guy who takes the flavors of Latin America and whips them up into ... More >>
Yesterday, from his Miami techno-hermit compound, Matt Drudge decided to run with "White Student Beaten on School Bus; Crowd Cheers," as the top story on his website in all its race-baiting glory. The story about two high school students who happened to be black beating up another student who h ... More >>
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