A Coastal Star Special Report:
Rising Water: New signs of rising sea levels cause concern
Adapting to change: First…
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By Ron Hayes
On June 15, 1889, a former slave named Fannie James…
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Ron Standerfer, of Gulf Stream, looks over memorabilia and photos from his days as a fighter pilot for the U.S. Air Force. His adventures — and misadventures — were all fodder for his first novel, The Eagle’s Last Flight. Tim Stepien/The…Continue
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By Mary Jane Fine
Lee DiPietro knows how it must look to the uninitiated.…
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By Rich Pollack
Gail Adams Aaskov remembers getting…
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Ocean Ridge town attorney Kenneth Spillias has departed from his daily genre of resolutions and ordinances to pen a newly published novel, Widow’s Walk, Part I: The Precipice.
The self-published book is set in South Florida and tells the tale of character Jim Donovan in his lifelong struggle between…
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Even though I’m the one with a bachelor’s degree in communication, the stellar communicators in my family are a pair of rescued mutts who answer to the names of Chipper and Cleo. Their “talk” is always clear and consistent — whether they are communicating with…Continue
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This year, voters in the sixth biennial Read Together campaign sponsored by the Palm Beach County Literacy Coalition have chosen Last Train To Paradise, by Les Standiford, as the book they hope everyone will read.
The book, available in local libraries and…
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By Christine Davis
No muss. No fuss. Unlike many interior decorators, Suzanne Rheinstein prefers to keep decor pretty, comfortable and simple.
Sharing the development of her design style, she’ll be speaking at the Crest Theatre in Delray Beach on Feb. 15 on “At…
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By C.B. Hanif
Deborah Lee Prescott is a Christian, who teaches at Palm Beach Atlantic University, a Christian college, but whose passion is to study the memoirs and autobiographies of Jewish victims of the Holocaust.…
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John Katsaros has quite a story! And, until recently, not one he was allowed to tell.
During World War II, Katsaros served as a gunner, photographer and engineer in the
U.S. Army Air Corps, when he was barely out of his teens.…
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Reproductions of Laura Woodward’s work can be seen at the Boynton Beach City Library, 208 S. Seacrest Blvd., through April. A similar exhibit at the Delray Beach Historical Society, 3 NE First St., runs through May.
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