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  • 1 year 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...

  • 5 years ago | Politics

    On Feb. 14, an unmarked cargo plane touched down from Munich at the international airport in Harare, Zimbabwe, for refueling on its way to South Africa. Ground workers noticed something strange: rust-colored streaks along one side of the all-white...

  • 10 years ago

    "Monsters Under My Bed: Childhood Fears Group Art Mega-Show" October 2 — November 13 at the Bear and Bird Boutique + Gallery, upstairs at Tate's Comics, 4566 N. University Drive, Lauderhill. Call 954-748-0181, or visit

  • 11 years ago | Things To Do

    A little park in Wilton Manors is hosting a feast fit for a king -- maybe several or dozens of kings. For the fourth-annual "Taste of the Island" evening, 48 restaurants and drinking establishments are setting up stalls and offering samples of the...

  • 11 years ago

    On June 10, 2004, at the groundbreaking ceremony for the "planned community" called Wilton Station, city officials from Wilton Manors and real estate developers from the company Ellis Diversified Inc. (EDI) acted like revelers at a wedding, toasti...

  • 12 years ago

    On March 15, 2008, a fireball shot into the midday sky over Albania's capital of Tirana. The blast echoed 100 miles away in Macedonia and Kosovo. Its force was comparable to that of a small nuclear weapon. But this wasn't atomic. It was an acciden...

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