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  • After floating around, surfing history museum gets a home

    After floating around, surfing history museum gets a home
    The Palm Beach County Surfing History Project finally has a home of its own.
  • Entering baseball season, Kolby Allard is at the top of his game

    Entering baseball season, Kolby Allard is at the top of his game
    Kolby Allard exudes San Clemente cool. You detect it in his vocabulary by losing count how many times he says "awesome" in a five-minute conversation. You see it in the way he holds his surfboard leaving his garage. You feel it by how friendly his dog,...

    Top teen surfer recovering after accident, eye injury

    Top teen surfer recovering after accident, eye injury
    SATELLITE BEACH — A Brevard County teenager is recovering after nearly losing her left eye in a surfing accident. The nose of 14-year-old Storm Portman's surfboard sliced open her eye in January. She has undergone two surgeries and is healing much...

    Why artist Fred Tomaselli talks back to the New York Times

    Why artist Fred Tomaselli talks back to the New York Times
    In March of 2005, artist Fred Tomaselli picked up his morning copy of the New York Times and found a blaring headline about ex-WorldCom CEO Bernie Ebbers being convicted of an $11-billion fraud. The story was sensational — about the worst of Wall...

    Florida again tops U.S. with 28 shark bites in 2014

    Florida again tops U.S. with 28 shark bites in 2014
    Florida again led the United States in shark attacks last year, with 28 incidents and no fatalities, according to a report released Wednesday by the International Shark Attack File at the University of Florida. The vast majority of the Florida incidents...