What We’re Reading: 'Friday Night Lights, Miami Edition'
September 20, 2013 | by liana lozada | Pursuits
Miami Northwestern players huddle up. (photo: Joel Anderson/Buzzfeed)
Buzzfeed senior sports writer Joel Anderson devotes a longform piece to "Friday Night Lights, Miami Edition," reporting on the football talent that is being cultivated at Miami area high schools. "Schools like Booker T. Washington can produce more college players than some entire states," writes Anderson. [Buzzfeed]
Jordache Enterprises has purchased Ocean Drive’s Versace Mansion for $41.5 million, outbidding real estate scion Donald Trump. Jordache owns five hotels in Miami Beach and plans to unite the mansion with the neighboring Hotel Victor’s operations. [Huffington Post Miami]
Dwyane Wade’s former Vizcayne penthouse has hit the market for an undisclosed amount. The Miami Heat player’s 4,178-square-foot pad features an exercise room and “expansive terraces.” [Curbed Miami]
Ultra-convenient mobile app Uber has transformed car service on the streets of Los Angeles, New York, and Paris. Next up? Miami—if they can get past the county’s legislative roadblocks. [Cultist]
The apple falls directly under the tree in the Eastwood family. Twenty-seven-year-old actor Scott Eastwood's agent's phone must be ringing off the hook after Noe DeWitt's fashion shoot with the devastatingly handsome son of Clint Eastwood went viral. The father-son resemblance is uncanny. [Town & Country]
We're behind the scenes with Marlins outfielder, who now has the largest contract in sports history.