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  • Doctors on stage: They've got a song in their cardiac muscle

    Doctors on stage: They've got a song in their cardiac muscle
    What, you may ask, is so special about a doctor who talks out of the side of his mouth? A comedian who puts you to sleep? An obstetrician who keeps the big event moving on schedule? Find out when some of South Florida's pre-eminent medical professionals...
  • For a taste of the old Florida, drive down A1A through Flagler County

    For a taste of the old Florida, drive down A1A through Flagler County
    FLAGLER BEACH — From my car window along Highway A1A in Flagler County, somewhere between the towns of Marineland and Flagler Beach, the Atlantic Ocean and its sugar-soft dunes glide by in a dizzying landscape of colors and textures. There is the...
  • Weekend guide: Pink stilettos, Lamborghinis and Oompa Loompas!

    Weekend guide: Pink stilettos, Lamborghinis and Oompa Loompas!
    Longtime South Florida radio host Michael Yo is man enough to embrace the term “Glambassador,” and he wonders if other guys have what it takes to do what needs to be done this weekend. In high heels. Yo, the former Y100 wit who is now a...
  • Tom Clancy, 'king of the techno-thriller'

    Tom Clancy, 'king of the techno-thriller'
    Tom Clancy, the prolific Baltimore-born author whose novels "The Hunt for Red October" and "Patriot Games" inspired blockbuster movies and action-packed video games, earning him the nickname "king of the techno-thriller," died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins...
  • Parents announce birth of Roman Jacob Walston

    Laura and Drew Walston, of Laurel, announce the birth of their son, Roman Jacob Walston, Sept. 13, 2013, at 7:29 p.m., weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce. His maternal grandparents are Scott and Robin Baron, of Baltimore. His paternal grandfather is Wallace...
  • About Todd Wodraska

    About Todd Wodraska
    Todd Wodraska is the President of Special District Services, Inc., a small business that manages  special taxing districts throughout the State of Florida.   He is a former bond trader at Smith Barney in New York and also worked as a consultant on the...
  • Go Away With ... Justin Roberts

    Go Away With ... Justin Roberts
    Justin Roberts doesn't think it's all that unusual that he went from being a Montessori preschool teacher to a Grammy-nominated musician. The Chicago-based singer-songwriter wrote intelligent, catchy songs to sing to his young students. Roberts has...
  • Man found shot to death at Olivia Newton-John's Florida home

    Man found shot to death at Olivia Newton-John's Florida home
    A man was found shot to death Monday at Olivia Newton-John's home in the small town of Jupiter Colony Inlet in Florida. The man, whose name was not released, was a 42-year-old contractor working on the singer-actress' home, according to the Palm Beach...
  • Todd Wodraska, councilman, Jupiter; president, Palm Beach League of Cities

    Todd Wodraska, councilman, Jupiter; president, Palm Beach League of Cities
    Last week: Good for Diana Nyad. Not sure why anyone would want to swim 110 miles in shark and jellyfish infested waters, but I admire her perseverance. Looking ahead: Great Weekend ahead: UF v. UM and opening weekend of the NFL. Sept. 1 Last week:...
  • Spanish River girls cross country running ahead without Snider

    Spanish River girls cross country running ahead without Snider
    Spanish River has captured seven state championships in girls cross country in the past two decades, a total that ranks as fourth most in state history. Last year was a bounce-back season for the program, which had failed to reach states for the first...
  • Max Planck hiring nearing incentive requirements

    Max Planck hiring nearing incentive requirements
    Max Planck Florida, lured to Palm Beach County by millions in taxpayer incentives, is getting closer to meeting its job creation requirement, according to an annual progress report to the county. Palm Beach County committed about $87 million of taxpayer...