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Paula DaSilva is on morning television.1500 Degrees' Paula DaSilva is in the national spotlight. We're thinking it has something to do with her restaurant being named one of Esquire's Best New Restaurants 2011 (the only South Florida restaurant to make the cut, by the way).This m ... More >>
It's not a good year for veterans of Miami local news who've gone national. There was of course Rick Sanchez's total breakdown, and Katie Couric's continued ratings troubles at the CBS Evening News. Now it seems that Miami-native and CBS 4 alum Maggie Rodriguez has been fired from her gig as a co ... More >>
The Father Cutié story has gone national (guess the national media was bored of swine flu), and Cutié has agreed to be interviewed on CBS's Early Show next Monday morning. Miami native and former CBS4 anchor Maggie Rodriguez will conduct the sit-down. [CBS: Priest in Steamy Pics to Break ... More >>
Earlier today CBS's Early Show announced that they've score the first, sit-down interview with Father Alberto Cutié. Maggie Rodriguez, a Miami native and former CBS4 anchor, is set to do the interview, however she's admitted that Cutié is "a family friend whom I've known for many, many years."&nbs ... More >>
Let's give actress Joan Collins a break. She's 75 years old and British, plus for whatever reason, CBS's Early Show decided to play a cutesy game where the only cities ID'ed had something to do with the TV program Dynasty (which I understand to be some sort of Gossip Girl for old people in the Eight ... More >>
What fun would a festival be if top international chefs like Gordon Ramsay behaved themselves?