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    Storming the Castle - Hallandale Beach and a Broward judge are trying to drive a man from his home

    In Florida, the old adage about a man's home being his castle isn't just talk. It's the law. It's almost Holy Writ. The state's homestead exemption is so absolute that a Florida homestead is known in legal circles simply as "the sacred cow." Othe...

    by Bob Norman on August 23, 2007
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    Calling All Debtors

    Beware Pompano Lawyer Randall Leshin -- and His Alter Ego, "Jan Taylor" You don't know attorney Randall Leshin, but there's a good chance he knows you. He may have left you phone messages. Heck, if you're unfortunate enough to be in debt, he might...

    by Bob Norman on August 23, 2007
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    C'mon, Get Happy - Does Mayor Jim Naugle still know Fort Lauderdale?

    Long after Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle made the comments that ignited the latest and strongest backlash against his mayoralty and long after he'd had time to reconsider, apologize, or just soften the remarks, Naugle, speaking to New Times last ...

    by Deirdra Funcheon on August 23, 2007
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    New Times, New Editor

    About six weeks after New Times Broward*Palm Beach editor Tony Ortega was tapped to take over the Village Voice in New York, VVM has named his successor, Robert Meyerowitz, who comes to South Florida via the Anchorage Press. Here's the announcemen...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 20, 2007 @ 4:44 pm
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    In Defense Of The Play

    The following comes from a Miami playwright now living in New York in regards to My Name Is Rachel Corrie, the production that was shitcanned at the Mosaic Theatre after Jewish groups complained and its sponsor, American Heritage School (also in Plan...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 20, 2007 @ 11:45 am
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    Beatty In Charge

    Former Miami Herald general counsel is officially in charge as the new owner of the Broward Times. In the article announcing the change, Beatty, described by his newspaper as one of the "one of South Florida's top legal minds," tells us what led to t...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 20, 2007 @ 8:50 am
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    Over Kill

    This Cho Seung-Hui had it all planned out. After he fired his guns on Virginia Tech classmates, he'd get his face and action-figure persona emblazoned in the consciousness of America via NBC News. Mission accomplished. When I first picked up the ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 19, 2007 @ 9:59 am
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    Pulitzer Winner Leaving Miami Herald

    Just-announced Pulitzer winner Debbie Cenziper is leaving the newspaper in favor of the Washington Post, according to Post media writer Howard Kurtz. "Cenziper of the Miami Herald captured the local reporting prize for exposing the waste of million...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 18, 2007 @ 9:45 am
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    DeGroot: Sentinel Has Case of Pulitzer Envy

    Enjoy the following from our favorite contributor John DeGroot, which includes a fact that slipped my mind: Pulitzer winner Debbie Cenziper used to work for the Sentinel. Call her the one that got away. There was a great gnashing of teeth and renti...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 17, 2007 @ 1:44 pm
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    Cenziper Wins Pulitzer

    Debbie Cenziper won a much-deserved Pulitzer Prize in the local category yesterday for her series House of Lies. Behind the series, which detailed corruption and mismanagement in Miami-Dade public housing, was editor Mike Sallah, who also should be c...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 17, 2007 @ 10:53 am
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    It Keeps Getting Worse

    Now Brian Williams is interviewing Matt Lauer. Our national media is a complete joke. If Walter Cronkite was dead, he'd be rolling around in his coffin. Oh, and what do we get from our president? Well, Bush was "horrified," we've been told over and...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 17, 2007 @ 12:21 am
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    Tragic News

    Look, I might be wrong. In fact, this blog might better be titled "I Might Be Wrong, But ..." In the case of the V. Tech killings, I'm seeing a dysfunctional police department. Why do I say this? Well, it's more than just the time delay between the t...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 16, 2007 @ 11:45 pm
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    Her Name Was Rachel Corrie

    Wonder why Broward County is such a dead place when it comes to political debate and art? Obviously part of the reason is that the Sun-Sentinel is a dead newspaper. Case in point comes with the cancellation of a play about a young American peace acti...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 16, 2007 @ 12:20 pm
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    Brogan Must Go

    Been following the Florida Atlantic University scandal? You know, the one where FAU prez Frank Brogan gave fundraiser Lawrence Davenport almost $600,000 to walk away quietly from his job. Brogan should resign now; the incident proves he's not to be t...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 16, 2007 @ 10:19 am
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    Powerfall - For David Lee Edwards, winning the lottery was a wild rocket ride

    In the fall of 2006, David Lee Edwards and his wife, Shawna, decorated their front door for Halloween. But if trick-or-treaters made it to the couple's home, a storage unit in Riviera Beach, no plastic ghost was as scary as what they'd have found in...

    by Amy Guthrie on August 16, 2007
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    Letters for August 16-22, 2007 - It's a Freakin' Show

    It's a Freakin' Show I like it like that: Michael Mills' "Texting Nature" regarding the exhibit "Tigers of Wrath: Watercolors by Walton Ford" (August 9) is a well-written explication of Ford's pictorial intent and symbolism. My reaction to For...

    on August 16, 2007
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    Fin be Gone - Local entrepreneurs say they've perfected a sunblock with a twist: It repels sharks

    Patrick Rice just high-fived the lunch lady, an unexpected bit of camaraderie that elicits a blush and a two-handed hairnet adjustment from the woman before she returns to slopping gravy over mashed potatoes. That was the part-time bartender in Rice...

    by Jamie Laughlin on August 16, 2007
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    Three-Minute Miracles - Dada embraces rock 'n' roll fantasy

    On a recent Monday night, the wannabes, the could-have-beens, and the almost-weres joined cover band Diesel at Dada for the kickoff of live band karaoke. There was Jen, the karaoke-crazed singer who's been known to drive all the way to Port St. L...

    by Marya Summers on August 16, 2007
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    Goldstein Still Screws - Well, New Times, anyway

    If you happened upon a bunch of greasy men in gold chains and busty, barely clad women last weekend, those were probably the movers and shakers of the Internet porn world. They congregated at Hollywood's Westin Diplomat for the Internext Expo, a bia...

    by Bob Norman on August 16, 2007
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    DeGroot, Vonnegut, and The Sun-Sentinel

    Gonna kick into the weekend with a small piece from the great John DeGroot, the former Sun-Sentinel writing coach. It is inspired the death of classic American novelist Kurt Vonnegut, who was once DeGroot's occasional dinner companion. It was written...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on April 13, 2007 @ 6:05 pm
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