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Dining@LargeAt sea re the Chesapeake saga. Me, too. I've been looking through the archives. This Ed Gunts article from 2003 was very, very helpful. Consider it exposition for the following eight years of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.Please share your memories of......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsIf you call someone a "Tallahassee insider" and an "Obama liberal" until your face turns Republican red, is that enough to gloss over your own shortcomings? That, in a nutshell, is what the race for Florida governor has become. Republican......
The Business of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe Miami Heat???s highly-anticipated home opener against the Orlando Magic at AmericanAirlines Arena on Friday is expected to have a little bit of everything. As a result, the team is encouraging fans to arrive early to avoid traffic and a......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsAfter picking candidates, voters in Tuesday???s election will be confronted with proposed amendments to the state Constitution. They???re on critical issues: reforming the way legislative districts are drawn, changing the system governing land use plans,...
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Who's on Team Gloucester?Rep. Rob Wittman, a Republican from the 1st District, captured 74 percent of the vote in Gloucester in Tuesday's election, easily defeating Democrat challenger Krystal Ball. The final results from Gloucester show that Wittman garnered 7,959 votes, for...
Tags: Voting, Elections, Politics, Rob Wittman, Referenda
Who's on Team Gloucester?It's unclear when a sinkhole in a road near the entrance of the Gloucester Town Commons subdivision will be patched up. That's the conclusion to be drawn from last night's Board of Supervisors meeting. The roads in the unfinished subdivision......
Who's on Team Gloucester?During the Oct. 5 Board of Supervisors meeting, a personal property tax discussion turned to boats and the question came up of whether or not the county can distinguish between watermen boats and recreational boats. The purpose was to figure......
Tags: Politics, State Budgets, Property Tax, Property
Dining@LargeNot everyone loves the Ravens. Not everyone loves televisions in bars, lounges, and restaurants. Even with the sound off, there is always some lunatic at the bar doing that rhythmic clapping thing on a gain of three on second down.......
Dining@LargeNote: This is updated version of an earlier post which included an insanely misplaced decimal point.The fact of a restaurant property, or the restaurant itself, being listed for sale, can signify everything or not very much at all. But the......
The Business of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe University of Miami officially announced today the $5 million donation it has received toward its proposed$13.6 million center for athletic excellence. The donation from the Ted & Todd Schwartz Family Foundation will help the university build the...
The Business of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsMiami Dolphins owner Steve Ross bought the company now known as FanVision, when he realized the handheld devices that show different camera angles, games and stats, might help combat the stay-at-home-watch the game on TV mentality. FanVision is now in.......
KickingTiresIn the next two months the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt will officially go on sale, both with $7,500 in federal tax credits that have been heavily advertised and marketed to potential buyers. However, that $7,500 isn???t going to be......
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