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  • People on the Move: Miami Beach Gay Pride announces chairman

    People on the Move: Miami Beach Gay Pride announces chairman
      Retail Sarah Davis was appointed general manager of Delray Marketplace, a 254,686 square-foot dining, entertainment and shopping destination. Most recently, Davis oversaw the marketing of a development company with a focus on shopping centers,...
  • Harris Ripps, scientist and researcher, 87

    Harris Ripps, scientist and researcher, 87
    Even as he approached the end of his ninth decade, Dr. Harris Ripps was still pursuing his lifelong passion — unlocking the mysteries of the human brain. The 87-year-old West Boca resident died Sept. 18 in Boston, inciting an outpouring of...
  • Dating site: Northwestern students 'more dateable' than UChicago's

    Dating site: Northwestern students 'more dateable' than UChicago's
    Which Chicagoland college produces the most "dateable" graduates? What kind of a question is that, even? A subscription-based dating website eschewed tact earlier this year and mined its New York City and San Francisco user data to answer that question....
  • Friday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Big wins by ODU, U.Va. in field hockey, CNU in women's volleyball

    COLLEGES: Field hockey: No. 19 Old Dominion hiked its winning streak to three with a 3-1 triumph at William and Mary. Rosario Villagra had a goal and two assists for ODU, while the Tribe’s Maria Pastor scored her first goal of the year. ......
  • Joseph E. Persico dies at 84; historian, biographer of FDR

    Joseph E. Persico dies at 84; historian, biographer of FDR
    Joseph E. Persico, a historian and biographer whose books on subjects ranging from the Nuremberg trials to the life of Gen. Colin Powell combined dogged research with a novelist's narrative skills, died Aug. 30 at a hospital in Albany, N.Y., after a...
  • Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown

    Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Several years ago, Karen Katz walked into her son's parent-teacher day at his preschool in Lincolnshire expecting to have a conversation about 4-year-old Joey. But when Katz introduced herself as Joey's mom, she got a...
  • 11 Broward School Board candidates compete

    11 Broward School Board candidates compete
    Eleven candidates are vying for five seats on the Broward School Board this year, as the district pushes for an $800 million bond to repair or replace aging buildings. The five incumbents seeking re-election have drawn challenges from district...
  • Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green

    Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green
    When it comes to real estate holdings in Boca Raton, one of the most expansive is the city's own portfolio. Boca owns 177 properties worth an estimated $395 million on the real estate market and that doesn't count the $112 million in downtown property...
  • Two political novices push incumbent for change in Margate

    Two political novices push incumbent for change in Margate
    Two political novices are trying to unseat a commissioner, saying much change is needed at City Hall. Voters take to the polls in November to pick a leader for Seat 3, a four-year term. Development in the area along State Road 7 that the city hopes to...
  • Syracuse, N.Y., and other U.S. cities are rethinking urban freeways

    Syracuse, N.Y., and other U.S. cities are rethinking urban freeways
    Half a century ago, engineers constructed a massive elevated highway through the center of this industrial city to quickly funnel traffic from downtown to the growing suburbs to the north. Now, Van Robinson wants to make it disappear. "We need to tear...
  • Bonnet House curator returns to heartfelt calling

    If anybody knows Bonnet House, it's Denyse Cunningham. She served as curator at the historic Fort Lauderdale property from 1999 to 2002 before leaving what she calls a "funky, whimsical place" to work with the Broward County Historical Commission. Now...