They're already camping out at Best Buys for Black Friday. I kid you not. That and more in your Cooler.
A- Herald: Slideshow, Latin Music Miami Beach Half Marathon.
B- Herald: Life in South Florida.
Police say Milewski, 25, a Sunny Isles Beach “high-frequency’’ trader, intentionally killed the 7-pound dog 24 hours after picking her up at Miami International Airport by dragging her across a parking lot until she bled, beating her with her leash, and slamming her into a hard surface.C- Herald: Big day in North Miami today.
The Kardashian sisters — Kim, Khloe and Kourtney — will receive keys to the city of North Miami at a special presentation on Monday led by Mayor Andre Pierre.D- Herald: They write letters.
The sisters are living in North Miami during the filming of their new E! reality TV show Kim and Kourtney Take Miami. The move came after Miami Beach rolled-up the welcome carport to the idea of another reality show within its city limits.
GOP needs inclusivenessE- Herald: Myriam, it isn't a "most attractive message" if they don't use it anymore.
America has spoken loudly and clearly, all the crybabies and haters are moaning about the election results. If these same people had spoken up somewhere along the way, and not let the right-wing nuts hijack the Republican Party, things could have been different.
I realized that I was not a part of the group anymore after the 1992 GOP convention. I would love to have my party back, without the Karl Roves, Rick Santorums, Rush Limbaughs and Donald Trumps who have helped ruin it.
Face it, fellow Republicans, sundown has come for the tea-party mentality. Let’s clean house and move on with a more-inclusive way of thinking.
Jay W. Gould, Miami
Republicans’ most attractive message remains a promise of opportunity for all, if you work hard. That message was drowned out the past two years by rhetoric that blames the unemployed for their predicament, blames the children of undocumented immigrants for wanting the American dream, blames college students for not wanting to pay high bank interest rates to get their college loans, blames women for . . . You get the picture.F- Palm Beach Post: West loses...again.
FORT PIERCE — Patrick Murphy’s campaign declared victory Sunday afternoon after recount totals showed him defeating U.S. Rep. Allen West by 2,146 votes, while West’s team refused to concede and contemplated its next challenge to the results in the District 18 congressional race.G- South Florida Business Journal: Remember, they are the "makers."
“It’s time for Allen West to do the right thing and concede,” said Eric Johnson, Murphy’s senior adviser. West, however, has no such plans.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed against Darden Restaurants in Miami federal court in September now includes over 50 plaintiffs, the Orlando Sentinel reports.H- CBS4: You gotta be kidding me.
The suit alleges that employees were required to work off the clock and perform too much non-tipped work.
PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami/AP) – All in the name of a getting a great deal, Black Friday shoppers are already waiting in front of some stores.I- NBC Miami: Not feeling the food truck love.
In Pembroke Pines, two tents have already been pitched in front of a Best Buy store on Pines Boulevard. The eager shoppers apparently leave during the day but come back and sleep in their tents at night.
Foodies may welcome food trucks in many cities across South Florida, but they aren’t necessarily welcome in Sunrise because of a city law, a commissioner says.J- WPTV: Fox News watcher?
A Sunrise city ordinance prohibits any type of outdoor vending, including flowers, newspapers and food, says Sunrise Commissioner Joseph Scuotto. City leaders put the law in effect years ago, when the BankAtlantic Center, now known as the BB&T Center, was built.
Scuotto, a restaurant owner himself, on Sunday said food truck vendors have no base in Sunrise and should not be allowed to just roll in and out. He said food trucks are taking business from local establishments in a weak economy.
ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. - A man was arrested Saturday evening after he stood up and screamed “you’re all going to die for the government” at the start of the showing of the movie Skyfall at Regal Cinemas in Royal Palm Beach, said Teri Barbera, spokeswoman for Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.