Monthly Archives: November 2018

Reclaiming Progressiveness: Time for a new third way to emerge from the wreckage of the Trump/identity era.

A Third Way doesn’t have to be about moderation. It could be a call to moderation but it is from the vantage point of where we sit today, a call for something different than what the two major political parties are offering. It should be something empowering and positive. Politics is broken and those who […]

Gators and Hurricanes could meet at 2019 Charleston Classic

Miami and Florida have generally avoided playing each other in Basketball through the years though both perennially make the postseason. The biggest reason is because both schools usually play in early season tournaments.  In 2019, Miami and Florida will both play in the Charleston Classic. Xavier and UConn will also be in the tournament. The […]

Hidden Florida: The Atlantic Trailhead

The recently opened Atlantic Trailhead at the west end of the interchange between SR 869 (Sawgrass Expressway) and Atlantic Boulevard in Coral Springs is walking distance from my residence. The trailhead allows access to both the Conservation Levee Trail which runs along the Sawgrass Expressway and the Conservation Area Trail that cuts through the center of […]

Famous Floridian Friday: Bill Baggs and modern south Florida.

Editors note:  Today we begin a series on famous Floridians. We start the series with Bill Baggs the late editor of The Miami News and one of the inspirations for this website.  Bill Baggs is best known today for having his name adorn the State Park that includes the Cape Florida Light, the oldest structure […]

2018 Governor’s numbers showed geographic shifts of both party bases continues

Democrats have been able in the last two election Gubernatorial election cycles to effectively further minimize Republican strength in urban areas. Comparing 2010 when Alex Sink ran a campaign which appealed to moderate voters, those dissatisfied with President Obama’s job performance and classic rural Democrats, once the bedrock of the party in this state with […]

Jalen Ramsey: Rock Star Or Royal Pain In The Ass?

  Jacksonville Jaguar cornerback Jalen Ramsey doesn’t care what you think of him. Just ask him.  He told ESPN, “I don’t really care what people think about me.”   It’s a theme he returns to often. During the preseason he criticized a number of NFL players including the league’s top quarterbacks. When informed his criticism […]

Kids in Distress of Broward/Palm Beach and Himmarshee FC launch Virtual 5k run

Himmarshee FC, along with Kids In Distress of Broward and Palm Beach counties, is proud to announce the Inaugural Himmarshee FC Virtual 5K. The #SupporterRun Virtual 5K is a way to get out and be active while supporting independent grassroots soccer as well as a great local cause. Registration: Registration is $25 and comes with […]