• Art & Entertainment, Community, Lifestyle

    OFF TO THE RACES

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    by Victoria Landis Humans are competitive about everything, especially sports. We are also quite inventive. So when some of us are no longer willing or capable of exerting ourselves, we find surrogates to compete for us. Who, or what, are those surrogates? Well, in the ‘good’ old days, slaves and prisoners were fodder for such…

  • Community, Lifestyle, Religious

    A HISTORY OF CELEBRATIONS

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    A HISTORY OF CELEBRATIONS  by Rabbi Melissa Stollman, Congregation Kol Tikvah   This year, at sundown on Sunday, October 2nd, marks the beginning of the first Jewish High Holy Day, Rosh Hashanah. Jews around the world mark the day by entering a synagogue to hear the shofar blast, as in the days of the ancient…

  • Community

    Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum

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    by David Volz As you walk into the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum you’ll hear music playing from the early to mid-twentieth century. As you look around you’ll see a replica of a service station, one from a time when an attendant pumped your gas and serviced your car. But the main attraction of this…

  • Art & Entertainment

    The Art of Murder

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    Mystery writer takes her series to a South Florida historic landmark by Monique McIntosh  Among towering royal palms and floating water lilies, the serene escape tucked away in Fort Lauderdale’s historic Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is the last place you’d expect a set up for a whodunit murder. But for local mystery writer Elaine…

  • Education, Events

    Remembering 9/11

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    by David Volz It has been 15 years since the terrorist attacks took place on September 11, 2001 in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania; the vivid memories of that day still live on. The 9/11 attacks were the worst terrorist attacks in U.S. history. Nineteen men hijacked four U.S. commercial airplanes heading for…

  • Community, Health & Wellness

    Make a Wish

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    By Martin Lenkowsky When 14-year-old Coral Springs resident Gilon Kravatsky traveled to New York in May to see the world-renowned New York Philharmonic Orchestra perform Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite, The Planets, at Lincoln Center, he not only had a backstage pass; he got to take out his French horn and rehearse with them as well….

  • Crime Stoppers
    Community

    CRIME STOPPERS: Busting bad guys with your help

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    Watch local television news and you’ll see crime stoppers and crime reports followed by a plea to call Crime Stoppers with a tip that might solve the crime. You’re also told you can remain anonymous and collect a reward if your tip leads to an arrest. Like me, you may have wondered how this really…

  • Events

    Veterans’ Honor Wall in Coral Springs

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      By David Volz Military veterans and their families in Tamarac now have a Veterans’ Honor Wall. On Memorial Day Weekend, the City of Tamarac had a special ceremony to dedicate the Veterans’ Honor Wall. The wall includes six panels each with 100 names of military veterans from Tamarac both living and deceased. There are…

  • Country Music Starlet
    Art & Entertainment, Community

    Country Music Starlet Liddy Clark

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    Like other 17-year-olds, Liddy Clark enjoys going to the movies or hanging out with friends at the beach. Unlike other teens, though, Liddy goes to a recording studio after school for two or three hours a day and takes frequent trips to Nashville, where she collaborates with other songwriters. “I don’t have much time to…

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