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Accused Manatee Molester Is on the Loose in St. Petersburg

7 years ago by Chris Joseph
Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies are asking the public to help them catch an accused manatee molester. An unidentified woman is wanted for violating the Florida Manatee Sanctuary Act, which states that it is illegal for people to "intentionally or negligently" attempt to "molest, harass, or disturb any manatee." According to...
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Danielle Harkins Accused of Helping St. Petersburg Teens Exorcise Demons by Cutting Each Other

7 years ago by Rich Abdill
A 35-year-old teacher from St. Petersburg's Lealman Asian Neighborhood Center was arrested yesterday on child-abuse charges after police say she convinced several teens to hurt each other to get rid of demons.Danielle Harkins is accused of gathering seven kids around a campfire near the St. Petersburg Pier on Saturday evening, according...
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Moonlight Producer Andrew Hevia Struggled to Make His Art Basel Hong Kong Documentary

6 days ago by Hans Morgenstern
"Moonlight" producer and Borscht Corp. cofounder Andrew Hevia's documentary "Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window" examines Art Basel’s nascent Hong Kong fair and how it relates to that city’s artists.
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

6 days ago by Jesse Scott
Thursday Who’s ready to gamble for a good cause? The Fort Lauderdale-based law firm Freedland Harwin Valori is sponsoring a Poker Tournament on Thursday at Carolina Ale House in Weston. Proceeds from the event benefit Harvest Drive Florida, which provides necessities to Broward County Public Schools’ families throughout the year...
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After Hurricane Dorian, Miami Carnival Shines a Spotlight on the Bahamas

8 days ago by Julienne Gage
The 35th-annual Miami Carnival has taken on a special resonance after Hurricane Dorian decimated parts of the Bahamas.
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Outshine Film Festival 2019 Lineup Brings Oscar Hopefuls to Fort Lauderdale

9 days ago by Dale King
Here’s the lowdown on the Fort Lauderdale edition of the twice-a-year Outshine Film Festival. It begins Thursday, October 10, and runs ten days, featuring 33 award-winning feature flicks and inspiring debuts, plus 18 inventive shorts from 13 countries. The celluloid array opens with the Southeast premiere of Adam and closes Sunday,...
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Broward Gets Its First ButterBurger When Culver's Opens in March

23 days ago by Teri Berg
Culver's cheese curds are coming to Broward County. The Wisconsin-based not-so-fast food chain Culver's, famous for ButterBurgers, frozen custard, and deep-fried squeaky cheese, is expected to open in March 2020 on Copans Road in Margate, just east of State Road 7. Franchise owner Eric Pierce, a native Wisconsonite who ventured...
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LeAnn Rimes, Kalie Shorr Tag-Team for Coconut Creek Tour Stop

12 days ago by Dana Dreher
Country music singer-songwriter Kalie Shorr will be opening for Grammy award-winning LeAnn Rimes when her You and Me and Christmas Tour 2019 comes to Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on December 14. Though the two have a dozen years separating them — Shorr is 25 and Rimes is 37 — they...
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

13 days ago by Jesse Scott
This week is full of genuine fun including 'Music Bingo', a Harry Potter bar/trivia crawl and the start of Florida Brewery Running Series' second season.
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The Seven Best Things To Do This Weekend in South Florida

14 days ago by Dale King
Season – with a capital “S” – is quickly returning to South Florida. And with it, the excellent bands, terrific musicians, comic and serious theater offerings, and special museum exhibits that are part of the October-to-May segment of the Sunshine State calendar. Actually, two venues are opening their seasons this...

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