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1999 Stories by Paul Belden

Archives: 1999 | 1998 | 1997
  • Flipped Out Over Flipper

    published July 17, 1999

    Here's some advice: Never tell Russ Rector, director of the Dolphin Freedom Foundation, that you can't see how swimming with dolphins could be as... More >>

  • Flipped Out Over Flipper

    published July 8, 1999

    Here's some advice: Never tell Russ Rector, director of the Dolphin Freedom Foundation, that you can't see how swimming with dolphins could be as... More >>

  • Who's Manateeing the Phones?

    published June 24, 1999

    In some respects this year's gala fundraising dinner-auction benefiting the Manatee Survival Foundation (MSF) was a disappointment. And not just... More >>

  • Mean Streets

    published June 10, 1999

    Sean Anthony Cononie is dimly aware that other people often end up taking him the wrong way. He doesn't know why that is exactly, but for some... More >>

  • The Renaissance of Broward Boulevard (Not!)

    published June 3, 1999

    See any yet?" "What do you think?" "Keep looking." It's about an hour before dusk on a thundery afternoon, and my escort -- an... More >>

  • A Homeless Soup Kitchen?

    published May 13, 1999

    For more than six years, Marti Forman has been searching for a permanent home for Cooperative Feeding Program Inc., the nonprofit agency she heads... More >>

  • Gory Days

    published April 22, 1999

    The legs that once pounded the hardwood floors of gyms from Scranton to St. Louis now shuffle along with a painful limp. The lean gut that once... More >>

  • The Official City Spiel

    published April 22, 1999

    Like every town in Broward County, Dania Beach has an official city seal. But you can't see it. They won't let you. The logo you can see --... More >>

  • Toxic Justice

    published April 15, 1999

    From a distance, the midmorning scene in the fenced-in yard of a warehouse storage company in northern Miami-Dade County was so common as to be... More >>

  • United They Fall, Part Two

    published April 1, 1999

    "Yo vle antere nou." The voice is tired, the face lined, forlorn. The speaker, a rail-thin, middle-aged Haitian man, leans forward in his... More >>

  • The People's Republic of Area A

    published February 25, 1999

    Every city likes to pretend to some kind of distinction, no matter how humble or how true. Fort Lauderdale has its picturesque waterways;... More >>

  • Color Blinded

    published January 28, 1999

    Look it up in the dictionary," sighed the anonymous woman in the back row, her voice flavored with a trace of contempt. Her timing was... More >>

  • Chute to Kill

    published January 21, 1999

    Looking west from this tiny airstrip tucked into the northwest corner of Palm Beach County, the horizon appears as a long, flat-topped ridge... More >>

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