Over the past few years I’ve had a few good friends pass away: Steve Poulos, Doug Zargham, Leslie Bowe — and now, Jeff Cutler. He was just 62. In every instance it hurt, as each one of these man held a special place in my heart. Jeff, however, was such a special person, and a really close friend, that his passing will leave an even greater void. I will miss him dearly and I know I am not alone... Read More
Everywhere Grant goes, NO JOE!
Where in the world is Commissioner Joe?
Publisher Grant Miller continues his journey to finally come across the Commissioner... stay tuned!
Ethics Optional: Conflicts of Interest and Corruption Run Amok in Tallahassee
Ethical conduct is the moral glue that binds Americans to their government and ensures that there is public trust and confidence in our representative democracy. A recent in-depth investigative piece from WLRN reporter Jessica Bakeman detailing the infrastructure of the charter school industrial complex exposes a startling dissolution of ethics by Florida State Representative Manny Diaz and State Senator Anitere Flores... Read More
Miami Learning Experience School Fosters Inclusion Through Community
A pillar in the community for over forty years, Miami Learning Experience School focuses on active and collaborative activities and experiences to enhance learning and foster inclusion. A private school in South Miami for students and adults with special needs... Read More
Pinecrest Tribune Luncheon with Katherine Fernandez Rundle, State Attorney
Our monthly Tribune Luncheon at Anacapri Restaurant, featuring guest speaker, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle!
A direct impact from a Hurricane is not necessary to cause serious tree damage. Throughout the recent summer season we encountered heavy rain and strong wind events that seem to come out of nowhere and caused significant tree damage. This past Labor Day weekend seemed like we dogged the wrath of Hurricane Dorian, however, a heavy rain blast, coupled with... Read More