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  • Couple restores historic log home in Aberdeen

    Couple restores historic log home in Aberdeen
    In 1988, with only three months to relocate from Fort Monmouth, N.J., to Aberdeen, Stephen Hoffman and his wife, Sharon, set out to find a house in Maryland. The couple started their search with a historic house in Harford County that had been recorded...
  • People on the move

    Retail Jeffrey Agid was promoted to store manager at Dolphin Carpet & Tile in Southwest Ranches. Jeanine Dronsick joined Maya Swimwear as sales director in Miami. Dronsick began her career as vice president of production and director of sales for her...
  • Miami Hurricanes shifting to attack mode

    GREENSBORO, N.C. Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden seemed comfortably unencumbered Monday as he sat with reporters at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff even if he had no idea who his starting quarterback would be at Louisville on Labor Day...
  • Developer seeks crowd-funding for apartment deal

    Beacon Hill apartments in east Orange County is changing hands in what could be the first crowd-funded commercial real-estate deal in Central Florida. A South Florida real-estate company is scheduled to close in August on the 192-unit rental property,...
  • Florida judge overturns state's ban on gay marriage

    Monroe County Circuit Judge Luis Garcia overturned Florida's 2008 constitutional gay-marriage ban on Thursday, and ordered that two Key West bartenders be allowed to wed but not before Tuesday. "The court is aware that the majority of voters oppose same-...
  • Tony Gwynn's death and baseball's dirty habit

    SAN FRANCISCO Bruce Bochy had his first taste of chewing tobacco at age 18. He thought he was doing something smart. "We thought it was a safe alternative to smoking," the San Francisco Giants manager said last week. "We didn't realize how dangerous it...
  • Fort Lauderdale woman and ex-husband on trial in $50M fraud case

    Fort Lauderdale woman and ex-husband on trial in $50M fraud case
    A Fort Lauderdale grandmother and her ex-husband, who once turned government informant on Genovese organized crime associates, are hoping a jury will clear them of federal charges that they operated a $50 million mortgage fraud conspiracy. Domenico...
  • Miami football players JaWand Blue, Alexander Figueroa charged with sexual battery

    Two University of Miami football players were arrested and charged with sexual battery Tuesday morning after admitting to Coral Gables police they got a 17-year-old intoxicated and then raped her on campus over the holiday weekend. JaWand Blue, 20, and...
  • Personal memories of Bunny Yeager in South Florida

    Personal memories of Bunny Yeager in South Florida
    When the pinup photography collection “Bunny Yeager’s Darkroom” was published last year, the forward was written by modern striptease stylist Dita Von Teese, the Bettie Page look-alike who respected Yeager’s ability to portray...
  • Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely

    Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely
    Titusville attorney Susan K.W. Erlenbach has been suspended by the Florida Supreme Court for one year, according to a news release from the Florida Bar. Erlenbach’s suspension, which begins June 2, was due to failure to file tax returns in a...
  • A cookbook for men only?

    A cookbook for men only?
    With more than 5 million copies of his barbecue cookbooks in print, Steven Raichlen understands how men cook. Because when it comes to cooking outdoors, men rule. But are men so underserved by the publishing industry that they need their own cookbooks?...
  • Karen Russell: How Florida influences her fiction

    Karen Russell: How Florida influences her fiction
    At 32, author Karen Russell is one of the youngest recipients of the MacArthur Foundation's annual "genius" grants, but she's already a lit-world veteran. Her novel "Swamplandia!" (Knopf, 2011) was a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and...