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Chris Carrabba on Gun Rights and Why He’s Not Preparing a Set List for #ParklandStrong
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Chris Carrabba on Gun Rights and Why He’s Not Preparing a Set List for #ParklandStrong

In February, fans of Dashboard Confessional were ecstatic with the release of the band’s first album in almost a decade, “Crooked Shadows.” It was a time of celebration for the band, a return to the music, but for frontman Chris Carrabba, it was also a time of pain. On Valentine’s Day, a former student walked […]
Jokers Wild: Three of South Florida’s Top Standup Comics Riff on Life Behind the Mic
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Jokers Wild: Three of South Florida’s Top Standup Comics Riff on Life Behind the Mic

This story comes from our March 2018 issue. For more content like this, subscribe to the magazine. We’re living in a boom time for standup comedy. Everyone and their brother have had Netflix specials. At least three television series have launched in the past year exploring the world of standup: CNN’s “The History of Comedy,” HBO’s “Crashing” and Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here.” Podcasts proliferate by the day. […]
A Tiger in the Masters Tank
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A Tiger in the Masters Tank

Tomorrow Tiger Woods, at age 42, begins his quest for a fifth Masters Tournament. He will compete against players, some of whom were infants when he won his first championship in 1997. For a number of reasons he has not played at the legendary Augusta National course, home to America’s most prestigious golf championship, since […]
My Turn: Boca’s Hidden Jewel
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My Turn: Boca’s Hidden Jewel

Beyond Boca Raton’s glitz and glamour and robust business economy is a school that teaches compassion By John Shuff Margaret Mary and I have experienced many things that were exhilarating and exciting. We have traveled the world, met Presidents Ford and Clinton, visited the Sistine Chapel, prayed at Lourdes. We were in Vienna when the Russians invaded Prague in 1968, we’ve been to the […]
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