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Letters for January 15, 2004

Or maybe just send him out: Wyatt Olson's January 8 article ("Enviro-Hassles") hits the nail right on the head when it comes to describing the sad state of environmental affairs in Gov. Bush's Florida. There is only one question that remains for me: Why does Benji Brumberg continue to feel...

The Ludicrous 12 of 2004

There was Iraq, of course. The mess hall bombing in Mosul, the battle of Fallujah, the Rumsfeld unthinking rejoinder about driving through hostile terrain without armored vehicles. And the presidential election. Who could ever forget that? But news is also what happens in the swirls and eddies at the edges...

Hell or High Water

7 years ago by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni
Destruction. Doom. Death. These themes have been heavy-metal hallmarks since more or less the inception of the genre, and let's face it, the music wouldn't be as fun or compelling without them. But for New Orleans residents, these words have a much deeper meaning in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina...

John Waters Does South Florida

3 years ago by Betsey J. Denberg
William Burroughs once called filmmaker, writer, and purely funny man John Waters "the pope of trash," and the title stuck. He gave to the world his regular crew of miscreants (read: geniuses) the Dreamlanders, a singing asshole on the big screen, and the most Divine drag queen of all. He...

Passing the Bar

14 years ago by Adam Pitluk
Tuesday, July 3, 2001 11:48 a.m. American Airlines flight 2042 from Dallas, Texas, has just arrived at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Pale, pasty Southwesterners file out like a flock of happy sheep, wide-eyed and excited at the prospect of trading the prairie for the beach. But one new arrival lacks...
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