South Florida is not known for the richness of its radio, but driving around on Sunday afternoon I have a hard time deciding what to listen to: Michael Stock's "Folk and Acoustic Music" on WLRN, Dick Robinson's "Standards by the Sea" on WPBI, or WDNA's "Indian Vibes."
Yesterday the Miami Herald ran three essays taking Pamela Druckerman to task for her essay in last Sunday's New York Times that found Miami intellectually lacking. One of the three was missing an apostrophe in the first sentence and had a dangling participle in the second.
My sister-in-law in New Jersey told me that, for her high school reunion, her class is holding an auction to help raise money for the school. She asked if I would agree to offer my tour of Miami as one of the items. I said I'd be delighted. Now I just hope that somebody bids on it.