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Best Walk in Urban Sprawl

Heritage Park, all 88.5 acres, used to be owned by Fred Peters, the shoe scion who basically designed Fort Lauderdale's original western suburb, Plantation. Then it was an agricultural testing ground for the University of Florida. But in 1984, it became what it was always meant to be — a...
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Best Walk In Urban Sprawl

Well, we've pretty much done it. Gone off and destroyed just about all the natural beauty of this place from the Sawgrass Expressway to A1A. That's why little oases like Plantation Preserve are so treasured. The preserve is an old golf course that was abandoned for years until the city...
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Best Walk in Urban Sprawl

Behind the bland façades lining University Drive from Copans to Sunrise boulevards, a diverse and inspired bunch of shop owners and restaurateurs is doing great and sometimes even transcendent work that hardly anyone knows about. Walking this stretch, you may eat ridiculously proportioned Korean entrées at Gabose, take a mind-melting...
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Prostitutes Steal Millions and Walk Free

1 year ago by Allie Conti
Scott Rosen thought he had sealed the deal when the pretty blond 20-something got up to use the bathroom. The 55-year-old with a receding hairline and freshly pressed shirt downed a $12 vodka cranberry as he waited for his target to slink back to the wicker sofa he occupied on...
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Boynton Beach Arts District Art Walk 2015

Leave it to a creatively inclined mind to look at a row of warehouses in a nondescript industrial area off of I-95 and see beyond the urban sprawl and instead see the possible site for a burgeoning arts district. That’s just what gallery owner Rolando Chang Barrero saw in Boynton...
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