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  • @NickSortal
    25 February, 2021

    @JimRosicaFL yes. sports wagering only works if you include online component. I followed this. call if questions. 954-325-0504

  • @NickSortal
    25 February, 2021

    @cityofppines @FeedingSouthFL @CharlesFDodge Nice job by my friends to the south!

  • @NickSortal
    24 February, 2021

    RT @HolnessD9: Tune into the Economic Development & Job Creation Council Virtual Meeting tomorrow (2/25) from 12 pm to 2 pm. Topics include…

  • @NickSortal
    24 February, 2021

    @ktking84 Kind of true. A huge amount of "recycling" is really not marketable -- true for all cities. Bottom fell o… https://t.co/ijBtbWDOvi

  • @NickSortal
    24 February, 2021

    The nightlife-restaurant complex where Sears used to be hasn't been worked on in a year. Plantation is taking legal… https://t.co/kkfpLt9h28

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Nick Sortal

Nick Sortal

Nick Sortal is South Florida’s expert journalist when it comes to the gambling scene. He covered the openings, expansions, poker tournaments, entertainment, and human-interest facets of the industry for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel from 2007 until taking a buyout in November 2015, capping a 30-year career that included state and national awards and features about naked yoga. He now writes a weekly column for the Miami Herald and also reports about gambling on his site, SouthFloridaGambling.com. The Southern Illinois native worked for papers in St. Louis and Indianapolis before joining the Sun Sentinel in 1985. He likes triathlons, country music, basketball, and bragging about his family.

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