Here's what happened this week in Juice:
- The Puppy Palace protests got personal. Juice posted photos from the most recent face-off at the Hollywood pet store, where Palace defenders used a Facebook photo of a protester's 5-year-old daughter in their counterprotest signs. More photos from the protest here.
- Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene received a rude welcome from his competitor in the Democratic primary for Senate, Kendrick Meek. The Meek campaign called Greene a "profiteer of Floridians' misery" and pointed toward Greene's having been named as a defendant in a California lawsuit alleging real estate rip-off.
- Results from the recent Deerfield Beach audit raises questions about the city's dealings with a Miami nonprofit that had a role in awarding a lucrative contract for elevators lifts at the Century Village condo complex.
Sparks flew between activists in Lake Worth during a presentation about the presence of hate groups in the city.
- Recently released text messages from Dalia Dippolito's phone suggest the accused would-be hubby-killer was still in touch with clients from her previous life as an escort.
- Will Boca Raton's Andrew Yogan be the first South-Florida born hockey player to play in the NHL?
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