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Best Restaurant for Getting Religion

No matter what your religion, you can't help but get an ungodly kick out of Annie's. This Caribbean-Southern joint practices what it preaches with food that feeds fried kingfish, steamed red snapper, and curry goat to the body along with a dose of Scripture, delivered via the menu, for the...
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Best Restaurant for Getting Religion

Annie's Fresh Fish & Baked Goods

No matter what your religion, you can't help but get an ungodly kick out of Annie's. This Caribbean-Southern joint practices what it preaches with food that feeds fried kingfish, steamed red snapper, and curry goat to the body along with a dose of Scripture, delivered via the menu, for the...
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Letters for December 6, 2001

Watch out for this one, Kai! It was interesting to read of the current exploits of Kai Thorup in Amy Roe's November 15 story, "Bittersweet Charity." Not only did I work with him at Nova but I was associated with an organization he once ran that was a personal venue...
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Letters for November 15, 2001

... even when she's nice: At the risk of sending what, at this point, might be one retort too many of Jen Karetnick's restaurant reviews, please indulge me. Certainly the recent review of Rustic Inn didn't read like her harsh reviews of other establishments ("Simply Smashing," November 8). She saved...
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Abrams: More Sex, Religion, Stars ... and Gay Florida!

7 years ago by Bob Norman
The Sun-Sentinel's front page story this morning is both important and provocative. Reporter Jennifer Gollan found that Broward's cities face a $1.1 billion shortfall in their pension programs. The in-depth story's headline: "Were City Workers Nest Eggs Too Generous?" Leading the Metro section is a story by Jon Burstein and...
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