A Deerfield pod-novelist may be close to striking literary gold
Does Barack Obama embroider his own history for political effect?
The strange saga of a religious advertising campaign begins and ends in Fort Lauderdale.
Slow day so I thought I'd share a picture for you taken by NT photographer Colby Katz. It's Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini at a recent city hall meeting. The gentleman in the blue shirt with outstetched hand at right is your peaceable Pulp host. I wonder why Cap doesn't seem happy to see me. It ... More >>
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Isn't She Great
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