The Herald was chock full of good stuff this morning. Here's some of that as well as a few items from other SoFla mainstream media outlets.
A- Herald: She's more than chonga.
B- Herald: Oy.
C- Herald: A single day record for Tri-Rail. Time to cut services!
D- Herald: Chickens!
E- Herald: American Airlines now charges to check ANY bags.
F- Herald: The new Jewfish Creek Bridge opens tonight, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
G- Herald: Michael Putney.
I don't expect McCain or Obama to get into nitty-gritty policy details, but we're ready for some straight talk on Cuba, not the same old tired clichés. Pandering to Cuban Americans has been raised to an art form by both parties ever since Ronald Reagan went to the Dade County Auditorium in 1983 and thundered, ''Cuba sí, Castro no.'' But we're well past the point where a candidate can win Cuban-American votes simply by being ``for Cuba'' and ''against Castro.'' It'll also take more than showing up at Versailles in a guayabera and sipping a cafecito.
H- Sun-Sentinel: Record heat in SoFla yesterday.
I- SunPost: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in Miami Beach without getting arrested.
J- CBS4: Can you hear me now? Send your cell phones to Cuba, but don't visit.