• Maybe we're just heading for disappointment if we get caught up in the fact that the Dolphins could win their division, but it feels so good. [USA Today]
  • Unscientific Odds of survival for The Miami Herald: "2-1. If you do not consider a two-page weekly digest of Dave Barry and

    Carl Hiaasen columns to be 'survival,' we lower its odds to 3-1." [Gawker]

  • Sun-Sentinel meanwhile says they'll be just fine while their parent company Tribune Co. goes through bankruptcy. [Sun-Sent]
  • A local band needs help to play Obama's inauguration. Is it the appropriately named Awesome New Republic? Nope, it's J.P. Taravella High's Marching Trojans band. [Herald]
  • Public transit ridership was up 13.4 percent in July, but has seen slower growth in recent months. [Herald]
  • Terra Beachside Villas on Miami Beach go into foreclosure. [SFBJ]
  • Is this serious? Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich tried to sell Obama's senate seat, and then tried to screw over the Tribune Co. by with holding assistance unless certain editorial board members were fired. All allegedly. So alledgedly he is the biggest douchegojevich ever. [CBS4

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