This week's grievance hearing on FAU's firing of dolphin rescue expert Stephen McCulloch -- after 16 years of high-profile service -- was over almost before it began, with FAU lawyer Lawrence Glick storming from the room and threatening to call the cops to clear the room of McCulloch's supporters. ... More >>
The grievance hearing tomorrow in the case of Stephen McCulloch, the "dolphin gurn" fired by FAU, has been preceded by wrangling over procedure. The school has agreed to allow McCulloch to bring witnesses and cross-examine the school's witnesses but has declared the hearing a closed-door affair. Se ... More >>
Stephen McCulloch wants his job back. A prominent master of the arcane art of dolphin rescue, for more than a decade he was a leader and key force at the Marine Mammal Program at FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI). Last February 14 he was fired. See also: - Dolphin Guru Stephen McCu ... More >>
Intratribal conflicts are the worst. A debate on the U.S. presidential election at the Ross Jewish Community Center in West Boynton Beach on August 21 should have been an occasion for reasoned discourse and public enlightenment. Instead, it was a hysterical (in both senses) screamfest, peppered with ... More >>
www.vectorportal.com/subcategory/168/HANDCUFFS-VECTOR-IMA...A 12-year resident of Broward County says that cops picked on him because he is dark complected and of Trinidadian origin -- and that they went so far as to detain him on bogus fraud charges, according to a recently filed lawsuit. Bhola ... More >>
Flickr: Alfredo11Palm Beach County code enforcement took a hard line on handouts at Westgate Tabernacle.When Terry Verner was the director of code enforcement for Palm Beach County, he led the charge to shut down the homeless services at Westgate Tabernacle on Suwanna Drive in West Palm Beach. No ... More >>
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