Amazingly, "Dancing With the Stars" is still dominating the headlines in South Florida. There are some other things going on in the world, believe it or not, so here are your mainstream media links...
A- Herald: Slideshow of crane collapse.
B- Herald: More construction projects at MIA...does it ever end?
C- Herald: Bankrupt Miami condo developer auctions off his "stuff."
Up for auction: bankrupt condo converter Juan Puig's fleet of vintage sports cars; nine road and mountain bikes; furnishings from his former Gables Estates home including a Brunswick billiards table from the late 1800s, and two pin ball machines; pricey Cuban art collection; two dozen watches; and 70-plus jewelry items belonging to his wife Diana.
Among the cars: a '66 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2. From the art collection: works by Amelia Pelaez; Rene Portocarrero; Rafael Soriano; Tomas Sanchez, Carlos Alfonzo; and Jose Bedia. Moecker Auctions already received a $193,000 ''bulk offer'' from a local art collector for all 76 paintings, but auctioneer Eric Rubin says he'll still entertain bids.
D- Herald: 800 new signs in Miami Beach.
E- Herald: Morin.
F- Sun-Sentinel: The Dumbing Down of SoFla...front page American Idol and Dancing With The Stars coverage. Jeebus.
G- Sun-Sentinel: Transit hub is vital to Boynton Beach's plans for a new downtown...wow.
H- Palm Beach Post: Inmate just released from prison jacks a woman in the jail parking lot because he didn't feel like walking home.
I- SoFla Business Journal: No more hormones at Pollo Tropical.