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Steel Tie Spirits Distillery and Tasting Room to Open in West Palm Beach

2 years ago by Nicole Danna
Palm Beach County-based Black Coral Rum founder Ben Etheridge is set to open one of the state's largest multispirit distilleries this year. The building, located on the outskirts of Elizabeth Station at 1615 Clare Ave. in West Palm Beach, will offer patrons a chance to sample several kinds of artisan liquors made using mainly local ingredients.
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Cavity Is Back, and Miami's About to Get a Lot Sludgier

4 years ago by David Rolland
The last time we spoke with Cavity bassist Dan Gorostiaga, his band was gearing up for an April 10 benefit show that he insisted would be a one-time reunion. But since then, the local sludge legends have already played one show at New York City club Saint Vitus back in...
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Micky Arison Is the Richest Man in Florida, But We Have 30 Other Billionaires

7 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Florida is officially home to 31 billionaires according to the latest Forbes list (and that doesn't even count the ones who have second ...or third ... or fourth homes here), but Miami Heat owner and Carnival Cruises CEO Micky Arison is the richest of them all. Forbes estimates the 63-year-old...
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Burt Reynolds's Florida Home Faces Foreclosure

8 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Not even Burt Reynolds and his legendary mustache are immune to Florida's foreclosure fiasco. According to a lawsuit filed by Merrill Lynch Credit Corp., Reynolds hasn't made a mortgage payment on his multimillion-dollar mansion in Hobe Sound since August 2010. Not even the Bandit himself can keep himself out of foreclosure. ...
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MMA Instructor Dubbed "Ginja Ninja" Stops Florida Bank Robbery

4 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
A lot of crazy things happen in Florida every week, and we're hear to round up the craziest every Friday. This week: twin trouble, a resident of "Moron County, Florida," mischief at the most magical place on earth, and a new her for Florida: The "Ginja Ninja."  "Ginja Ninja" stops...
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Biogenesis Just Hints at Florida's Anti-Aging Catastrophe

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Outside a $600,000 Coconut Grove condo, the pool glittered blue in the afternoon sunlight and tennis balls popped off a green asphalt court. Inside, a tornado hit. Sharon Cohen watched her heavily tattooed Spanish husband, Alvaro, slam his head over and over against a TV set. She'd recently filed for...
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Digital Domain: The Fall of a Movie Empire

7 years ago by Stefan Kamph
Digital Domain: The Fall of a Movie Empire
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Pest-o Pesto

16 years ago by John Anderson
It's Halloween! Time for trendsetters to be wondering: Whatever can we serve at our "Creepy Creature Feature" parties that, in terms of hideous yuckiness, will blow even J.Lo and Ben's last flick outta the water? Debbie Fritz-Quincy, director of Hobe Sound Nature Center, has the answer: Edible insects. Homemakers who...
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Return of Three Mile Island?

17 years ago by Steven Dudley
Perhaps the most memorable scene of the 1979 classic The China Syndrome is when the A-team of scientists at the fictitious nuclear power plant is facing a meltdown. Lights are flashing on the control panel, buzzers are blaring, and a middle-age Jack Lemmon, who plays the conscientious plant manager, is...
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Happy on the Outside

17 years ago by Mike Clary
With winter here, these are the glory days in Everglades National Park. Cold fronts chase the mosquitoes, alligators congregate where visitors can easily see them, and, as if on cue, anhingas and herons preen and pose to accommodate anyone toting a camera. "It is very peaceful, and so different from...

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