Pride Journey

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Provincetown/Cape CodBy Joey AmatoBy now, most of you know I march to the beat of my own drummer, so when I decided to visit a summer time destination in the winter,…

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Spa Seacrets

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Adult AcneBy Brian David DouglasWoof! What a stud! You’ve found your dream guy on the dating app and finally have your first date this evening. OMG! You look in the mirror…

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An Eye for Design (April)

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Southern Sands’ Roman Foster By Denny Patterson Southern Sands Design owner and operator, Roman Foster, first opened the doors to his unique store in November 2017. Combining the best of where…

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Easter Candy

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By Rev. Patrick Rogers, MDiv. Over ten years ago, I graduated from seminary with a Masters in Divinity degree. The other preparation for pastoral ministry included years of educational units…

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You Can Still Late File for Tax-Saving Exemptions for 2019
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You Can Still Late File for Tax-Saving Exemptions for 2019

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By Marty KiarHomestead Exemption - If you purchased your property before January 1, 2019 and have not yet filed for 2019 Homestead Exemption or other available exemptions – you still…

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United Methodist Voices for Inclusion

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By Pastor Jill AumanThe United Methodist Church (UMC) is the second largest Protestant denomination with approximately 80 million members across the world and 12 million in the United States. General Conference…

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Complaint Trends in our Marketplace 2017 to 2018

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By Rod Davis, CEO BBB serving Southeast Florida and the Caribbean Our BBB receives over 40,000 complaints each year from consumers about businesses in Southeast Florida and the Caribbean. While…

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What Makes Us Clique
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What Makes Us Clique

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Michael Moody, Ballbusters Softball Team ManagerBy Andy ArmanoThis series focuses on individuals who give to our community and make a positive impact on the lives of others. Often it is through…

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A Cure For HIV/AIDS?

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Don’t Uncork The Champagne Just Yet.By Tony AdamsIn the history of HIV/AIDS, March of 2019 will be remembered for the announcement that, twelve years and many failed attempts after the first…

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Shells or Castles?

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By Eric Noel Roman Here comes the meltdown. Winter is over, time to come out of the caverns that we enjoy calling home. It is springtime. No more snow. Trees will…

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Pop icons
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Pop icons

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An interview with Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo of Icona Pop By Gregg Shapiro Icona Pop’s 2012 breakout smash hit single “I Love It” had everything. An easy to remember chorus…

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Ray of Light
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Ray of Light

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An Interview with Amy Ray of Indigo GirlsBy Gregg ShapiroYears in the making, Indigo Girls Live with the University of Colorado Symphony Orchestra (Rounder) is a breathtaking experience. Even if you…

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Cruel Intentions’ John Battagliese

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By Denny PattersonCruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical Experience will be making an appearance at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts on Sunday, May 19, 2019 for a one night…

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Mark MacKillop

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New York to Fort Lauderdale with Body by Taco BellBy Steven O. Evans, PhDMark MacKillop, star of Anastasia, West Side Story and Dirty Dancing is bringing Body By Taco Bell to…

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The “T” Stands for Trans and Theatre

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By Daimien J. MathersonTheatre has long been hailed as one of the safest places for self expression and exploration. I’m lucky enough to share that experience. The arts are where I…

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