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No Falls or Hills: Baffling Florida subdivision names – South Florida Sun-Sentinel – Sun Sentinel

Names of some South Florida subdivisions can be real head-scratchers. Leisureville? Loggers Run? Ancient Tree? How would you like to live in Journey’s End?

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South Florida real estate’s biggest stories of 2021

By my count, today's Oath Keepers indictment is the third time the government alleged seditious conspiracy since the mid-1990s. The others were in 2005. One involved a man in South […]

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Business for the Arts of Broward Welcomes Three New Board Members

Business for the Arts of Broward (BFA) announces that Marc Aptakin, Timothy L. Bryant and Jérémie Lortie have joined the board of directors.   Marc Aptakin is president and CEO of MAD Studios / Yes…

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MAP: The hottest ZIP codes in South Florida – South Florida Sun-Sentinel – Sun Sentinel

The hottest real estate ZIP codes reveal that there’s a push north in South Florida as home prices soar out of reach.

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Counter Culture Across the Palm Beaches

Embrace nostalgia at five of Palm Beach County’s coolest lunch counters

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Buyers Who Waited for Lower Prices? Many Regret It

Some buyers postponed searches, assuming prices would drop as they did in the last recession. But now homes they once considered are financially out of reach.

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Palm Beach, Long a Home for Characters, Reopens a Classic Theater

The iconic Palm Beach Playhouse will return nearly 20 years after its curtain last fell.

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South Florida real estate’s biggest stories of 2021

Some buyers postponed searches, assuming prices would drop as they did in the last recession. But now homes they once considered are financially out of reach.

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Palm Beach Chamber’s executive director Laurel Baker to resign after 21-year tenure – Palm Beach Daily News

Laurel Baker, who has been in office since 2000, hopes to spend more time with her grandchildren and travel more.

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South Florida real estate’s biggest stories of 2021

Some buyers postponed searches, assuming prices would drop as they did in the last recession. But now homes they once considered are financially out of reach.

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