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    Sun-Sentinel Leaves Readers In The Dark

    Today's newspaper proves that the Sun-Sentinel is afraid to tell the truth. You certainly can't find it in Marlene Naanes' story about the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy, anyway. And it's not Naanes' fault -- the reporting was 0bviously done and...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 8, 2007 @ 3:48 pm
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    The Bad News Bulldogs - A quest for (Special) Olympic gold, starring one burned-out journalist turned coach and a volleyball team that couldn't spike straight.

    The buses were supposed to be here by 6. It's 8. No buses and no one is surprised. No one is even complaining. "Welcome to the Special Olympics," says a volunteer, grinning. Spread across this north Fort Lauderdale parking lot is a group of 150...

    by Thomas Francis on May 24, 2007
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    Walled In - A new tower 53 feet away just sucks

    From almost anywhere in downtown Fort Lauderdale, you can't avoid the sight of the sleek, wavy blue faade of the tallest, chichiest building in the city Las Olas River House. Completed in 2004, it attracted the well heeled, the powerful, the ent...

    by Ashley Harrell on May 24, 2007
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    Low-Rent Airport - Goodbye, North Perry

    You could say North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines is an aging, chronically underfunded facility. And that was true before Hurricane Wilma came along and shook the place up like a popsicle-stick cabin in a blender. Still, the busy general aviation a...

    on May 24, 2007
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    Waterfront Plunge - It's better down where it's wetter

    Growing up in a large family, I missed out on some of the things in our proverbial backyard here in the Sunshine State. While other families went to theme parks and tourist traps, my parents took their tribe of five to state parks and historic and cu...

    by Marya Summers on May 24, 2007
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    Chicano Studious - ASK A MEXICAN!

    Dear Mexican: I was going through a local state college's academic program the other day and found that they offer a bachelor's degree in Chicano Studies. My question is in what field of work would someone with a bachelor's in Chicano Studies land? H...

    by Gustavo Arellano on May 24, 2007
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    Letters for May 24-30, 2007

    Bash 'Em for You and Me Diners will thank you for a good slam: I greatly enjoyed your petri dish review ("Dining in the Petri Dish," May 17, Gail Shepherd). You're much too much of a gentlewoman, though, when you say "it saddens me to trounce this ...

    on May 24, 2007
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    Go Gators

    Yeah, I never thought I'd write those words, but I'm feeling it right now for Monday's matchup against Ohio State. Don't get me wrong, I totally understand the Gator haters that David Fleshler wrote about in the Sun-Sentinel this morning (which inc...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 5, 2007 @ 6:37 pm
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    Teen Killers Won't Get Death

    Ammons, Hooks, Daugherty I can't say that I don't agree with the Broward State Attorney's Office just-announced decision not to seek the death penalty for the teens involved in the killing of the homeless man last year (see Nikki Waller's story i...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 5, 2007 @ 12:59 pm
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    Pants Aflame

    Those touchy-feely sports writers. Some of them write about games their entire careers and never grow up, trapped in a kiddie-land -- with free buffets and sandwiches at stadiums stretching across the great expanse of America -- forever. That's the ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 4, 2007 @ 12:20 pm
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    Now It's Starting to Make Sense

    I thought the Miami Herald was a little quiet on the death of Michael Browning, a writer who was central to the newspaper's identity for a couple of (its finest) decades. No tribute, no guestbook, just a repackaged obit written by Palm Beach Post rep...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 6:46 pm
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    Riley Quits

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 3:16 pm
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    More Moore

    ------------------------------------------------------------------ City Clerk and Commissioners, There reportedly was an incident that took place at the Himmarshee Sidebar on Fri, Dec. 29, 2006 where the son of commissioner Carlton Moore and two o...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 1:24 pm
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    Say Bye To Saban

    After lying about it for weeks, Saban's final insult was standing up team owner H. Wayne Huizenga, who he was supposed to meet this morning to tell him his decision. Instead he called Huizenga on the phone. Well, at least he didn't Blackberry. My...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 12:15 pm
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    Bad Beginnings

    The gang violence in Palm Beach County, the slaying of the Mexican family on I-95, the homeless beatings in Broward, and the spate of teen homicides in Miami-Dade ... it all has the feel of that dark time -- and crime numbers, as the Sun-Sentinel edi...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 10:59 am
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    A Great One

    I can't go another minute without a word about Michael Browning, a South Florida journalism giant -- both literally and figuratively -- who died on December 30 of liver failure at the age of 58. I enjoyed reading Browning, who was a stalwart of the M...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 2, 2007 @ 1:27 pm
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    Spam Takes No Holiday

    Eight work days with no Pulp. Came back to 1,200 spam messages. Spent the week with family, eating, drinking, trying to be merry, watching football, and dealing with the deaths of Gerald Ford and Saddam Hussein (ah, to be truthful, neither one had mu...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 2, 2007 @ 11:11 am
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    Skin Trade - Tat space for sale

    That billboard out in the industrial barrens of Opalocka is, phew, so banal. No zing, no pizzazz, you know? How about a placard on the back of a city bus? You must be joking, my friend. It all just gets lost in a haze of emissions (Tailpipe knows). R...

    on May 17, 2007
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    A Seminole Moment - An Air Force specialist learns he can't bet on American justice at the Seminole Hard Rock

    Four months removed from a tour of duty in Iraq, Air Force Airman John Thomas was back in South Florida. Of all people, Thomas thought, he had earned the right to enjoy some of those American liberties he and his fellow servicemen and women had fough...

    by Thomas Francis on May 17, 2007
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    Paradise Lost - Maybe transplants and tourists can tell us where to go

    When you grow up in paradise, it's easy to take natural beauty and a moderate climate for granted. A breathtaking beachfront moonrise? Hey, I've got work to do. A gorgeous beach day? Just a hot, sweaty inconvenience that can melt my makeup, wilt my h...

    by Marya Summers on May 17, 2007
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