I’ve managed (mainly) to avoid writing about corrupt Miami Commissioner Marc D. Sarnoff, except as it related to Trolleygate. However, that doesn’t mean Sarnoff was totally off my radar. ...
The empty residential lots are immediately behind the Charles Avenue Historic Marker. One of the things the folks who live along Charles Avenue were promised was the valet parking at The ...
Gino Falsetto, the Anti-Midas I’ve written so many times here about Gino Falsetto, that I should rename this joint The Falsetto Voice. Gino, who ran away from a string of bankrupted ...
CLICK TO ENLARGE: This is the overall plan for the E.W.F. Stirrup House and Property. Charles Avenue runs along the top and Main Highway is the angled street at the right. The ...
CLICK to enlarge: Red lines represent streets never built, despite being on original planning maps. I’ve written about Marler Avenue previously (Read Part Two of Where The Sidewalk Ends, Racism Begins). ...
This will be a short Unpacking The Writer this month. For the uninitiated, Unpacking the Writer is the monthly feature in which I pull back the curtain and share some ...
Renovations continue behind the scenes at the Not Now Silly Newsroom. To that end I have been prepping several thingies to be posted on the back end of the site. ...
Welcome to another exciting episode of Unpacking the Writer, the monthly column in which I pull back the curtain — Wizard of Oz-like — and expose some of the inner-workings ...
DATELINE: Morgantown, West Virginia – As part of the 2nd Annual Sunrise to Canton Road Trip for Research, the Not Now Silly Newsroom sent ace investigative reporter Headly Westerfield to ...
Nothing up my sleeve! Welcome to another exciting edition of Unpacking The Writer, the monthly series in which I pull back the curtain and reveal the inner-workings of the Not Now ...
The most recent notice on The Bicycle Shop, citing the owner, Coconut Grove Playhouse LLC., with “First Year failure to register a Blighted, unsecured, or abandoned structure.” My recent trip ...
The little house I used to live in. Pops bought it for around $3,000 in 1957. I left Detroit in 1971, but my parents stayed in the little house I used ...

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