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    Letters for September 15-21, 2005

    The 'Pipe Makes the Honor Roll Guidance from the battered cylinder: Tailpipe's overall grade for Gretsas Report Card: A ("Georgie Shows Promise," September 1). Robert Dressler Via the Internet Elephant Feet Make the point, bu...

    on September 15, 2005
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    An' Jushtiss f'r All! - The Luckiest Perps

    September 19, 2004, didn't seem to be Marcie Lynn Musgrave's lucky day. The petite blond, two months shy of her 21st birthday, had just spent the night partying on Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. As she headed home in her car, an off-duty cop fol...

    by Eric Alan Barton on September 8, 2005
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    Strip Stake - Boca leaders go on a hunger strike, so we eat for them

    Expressing their distaste for adult entertainment, Boca Raton's City Council members last month took a bold stand against strip joints in their town. By banning food. Sure, the council also outlawed lap dances and restricted skin shops to the cr...

    by P.J. Tobia on September 8, 2005
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    Tailpipe - On the Beach

    Dredge Up a New One Strolling the beach in south Broward used to be a really short walk. Hurricanes, high winds, and old-fashioned erosion had turned much of Dania, Hollywood, and Hallandale beaches into little more than narrow ribbons of seaweed-...

    on September 8, 2005
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    White Fort Lauderdale - The color of the newest mecca

    The massive room, filled to the brim with gay men, exploded in cheers when W walked on stage. And surprising as it may seem, the love only increased when W strapped on an acoustic guitar. It was a curious response for the notoriously AWOL, crisis-ave...

    by Courtney Hambright on September 8, 2005
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    Letters for September 8-14, 2005

    Friendly Skies From the Golden Triangle to folks at home: Bob Norman mentions the company Air America Transport, in his September 1 story, "Finding Jairo." That's very interesting. Air America was the name of an airline secretly controlled by...

    on September 8, 2005
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    Where the Boys Are - Georgie's Alibi is the cornerstone of the Manors milestone

    To hear the locals tell it, 10 p.m. on Fridays at Georgie's Alibi is between shifts. The early birds -- the after-work crowd -- are in bed, either alone or not. The night owls are arriving in dribs and drabs and Hondas. The transition period sees a l...

    by Sam Eifling on September 1, 2005
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    Tailpipe - President Who?

    The Story That Won't Die Some day, presidential historians will study George Bush's 2004 election victory the way they now delve into other secrets and scandals, like Jefferson's slave children, FDR's mistress, and that suspicious last-minute floo...

    on September 1, 2005
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    Finding Jairo - Another family has a story of loss in the Bahamas -- and it could help solve the Gary Weaver case.

    In the dream, a young and strong Jairo Sanchez stands on a beach before a vast ocean. His long-mourning sister Beatriz asks him where he's been. But he doesn't answer. Instead, Jairo only stands there, as if he is lost with amnesia. He stares out int...

    by Bob Norman on September 1, 2005
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    Bicurious - Listen to the ladies, gentlemen. Or don't.

    The dark club was thumping to "Don't Cha," the annoying yet irresistible new song by the Pussycat Dolls. The periphery of the dance floor was packed with groups of women swaying and nursing drinks, leaving the center to a young girl-girl couple that ...

    by Courtney Hambright on September 1, 2005
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    Letters for September 1-7, 2005

    Sexy Politics Spare us the sexual pontificating: Regarding your "Tailpipe" on August 18: Tom Gallagher's return of campaign funds to Marc Bell presents a comical irony. When Bell took over Penthouse magazine, his first and primary editorial c...

    on September 1, 2005
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    Deputy Down - One year later, questions remain about Deputy Todd Fatta's tragic death

    Fort Lauderdale's affluent Coral Highlands neighborhood, on the northern edge of the city limits, was filled with nice people, manicured lawns, sky-blue pools, and polished SUVs. It was a place where some came to raise children and others to spend th...

    by Trevor Aaronson on August 25, 2005
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    The Lice Lady - At this West Broward medical clinic, nitpicking comes with the territory

    A certain degree of light-hearted good cheer is required among employees and visitors of Lice Source Services, Inc., a medical clinic in Plantation devoted to ridding its customers of pesky scalp-dwelling vermin. But in the reception room this mornin...

    by Jeff Stratton on August 25, 2005
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    Finding Gary, Part 4 - After Donna Weaver got home, her husband's secrets were revealed

    (This is the last of a series. See the first three installments at newtimesbpb.com.) The small airport at San Andros was exactly what Donna Weaver hoped it wouldn't be: a desolate place. There was a hangar, a gasoline pump, trash-strewn concrete s...

    by Bob Norman on August 25, 2005
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    Tailpipe - Le Shrimp Missile

    A Hollywood Horror Story Le Tub used to be a delicious little hideaway on the Intracoastal across from Hollywood Beach, veiled from the street by a stand of leafy palms and used bathtubs. It's still with us, of course, but it hasn't been much of a...

    on August 25, 2005
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    Letters for August 25, 2005

    Finding Bob Norman A credit to news: I would like to publicly commend Bob Norman on his excellent, in-depth investigative series "Finding Gary." This truly is a masterpiece in all of its facets: tenacious interviews, research into official r...

    on August 25, 2005
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    Cracked - When the camera crews don't show up, can it still be murder?

    The crime had none of the resonance of the big media stories that mesmerize the television- and tabloid-obsessed public nowadays. A handyman with a violent past allegedly taking a metal pipe to his girlfriend in front of numerous witnesses on a grimy...

    by Jeff Stratton on August 18, 2005
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    Finding Gary, Part 3 - Donna Weaver's search for her dead mate reaches a crescendo

    This is the third in a four-part series. To read the first two parts, visit newtimesbpb.com. As she sat at the end of the long, polished, cherry-wood conference table, Donna Weaver told the story of her husband's murder. The calm pulling of the ...

    by Bob Norman on August 18, 2005
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    Tailpipe - Hustle and Fame

    Show Me the $271.98! Tailpipe loves football more than anything except maybe motor oil. He's Ameeerican, ya know. So you can imagine how much smoke the 'Pipe spewed last week when, less than 24 hours after being inducted into the Pro Football Hall...

    on August 18, 2005
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    Obscure Bar Tour - The totally unsolicited Night Court report

    You could live your whole life in Broward County and, if you never made a wrong turn or let yourself get lost, overlook the most aged, authentic bars around. You could complain about crowds, parking, and unvarying personalities until your tongue drie...

    by Courtney Hambright on August 18, 2005
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