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  • 2 years ago | Longform

    In the fall of 1993, on the island of Palm Beach, future U.S. president Donald J. Trump became friends with Leslie Greyling, an illegal immigrant and accused con artist who is a fugitive from the law. Back then, the local sections of the Palm Beac...

  • 9 years ago

    "Tantrism," as it's understood today, is a kind of yogic pantheism drawing from the evolution of Buddhism, Hinduism, and even Indian Islam influences. (As with all scriptures, their actual profundity is debatable.) According to the media materials...

  • 9 years ago

    Here's the deal: If you're a Broward County person, you've been here for 12 months or more, you're at least 18 years of age, and you can prove that you're a practicing artist, there is no reason you should not soon be bathing in your fellow taxpay...

  • 9 years ago

    On May 1, 1886, unionized workers striking for an eight-hour work day assembled outside Chicago’s McCormick Harvesting Machine Company. As the so-called “scabs” who’d taken the workers’ places on the assembly line dep...

  • 9 years ago

    Fleet Week arrived in SoFla 25 years ago, becoming a Fort Lauderdale tradition at precisely the moment spring break ceased to be one. (Sailors, as it turns out, are a lot more amiable than beer-crazy frosh.) This year, we’ve got six vessels ...

  • 9 years ago

    Lake Worth Playhouse is 59 years old! Fifty-nine years of brilliant community theater and indie films. Six decades of making sure South Florida isn’t a cultural backwater. Congratulations, Lake Worth Playhouse! If you’d like to show yo...

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