Photo by Alan LightThe man. The legend.It wasn't rare to see him strolling through the airport with a smile or shopping at CVS or dining with family in the restaurants near the 17th Street Causeway, not far from where he lived. In South Florida, a land full of Canadian snowbirds, there was no mor ... More >>
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September 3 - 9, 1998