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Mary Kate Leming's Blog – November 2010 Archive (29)

Lantana: GreenFest visitors get a charge out of Roadster

By Rich Pollack



Every now and then, Lori Berman forgets the red Tesla Roadster she’s driving is not a typical set of wheels.



She’s reminded often, however, especially when someone in the car next to her at a stoplight pulls out a cell…

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Manalapan: Town looks again at burying utilities

By Steve Plunkett



Manalapan is once again looking at whether to put electric, cable and telephone lines underground on the Point.



Mayor Kelly Gottlieb told commissioners she had learned that Gulf Stream was planning to bury its lines for about $16,000 per home, much less than the…

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Coasting Along: Parrot, paintings and pizza make a comfy trifecta



By Tim Norris

Frankie isn’t talking. He’s engaged, at the moment, with a jalapeño pepper, which he is bolting down in large bits.



Anthony isn’t talking, either. He’s knuckle-deep in a pizza dough, rolling and tossing it, layering…

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Magnolia Society blooms more graciously with each passing year



By Emily J. Minor

Charity work might seem daunting if you’ve never done it. All those phone calls. All that check writing. All that traipsing around town for corporate sponsors.

All that time.…

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Lantana: Council returns Cenacle property to residential zoning

By Margie Plunkett



The retreat property owned by the Catholic Cenacle Sisters will return to a residential land use after a deal to build a luxury resort on the Intracoastal property fell apart.



Council members voted Oct. 28 to restore the original designation to the 10-acre…

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Hypoluxo Island house has a storied past

Corrections

An article about the Storybook House on Hypoluxo Island that appeared in the December issue misstated the date that the first bridge to the island was built. The first wooden bridge was constructed in 1925.

In a photo appearing with the same story, a caption indicated a young girl standing in front of the Storybook House was the owner’s daughter. This was incorrect. The young girl in the photograph is…

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Interfaith21: Holocaust memoirs have lessons for us now



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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From teaching turtle to film star, in the snap of a flipper



By Mary Jane Fine



From the outset, it was clear that FeeBee possessed star quality, a certain je ne sais quoi that set her apart from all the rest. She had vitality, drive, oodles of personality. And not even Dakota Fanning debuted at so tender an age.…



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Ocean Ridge: Escaped macaws? An unhappy ending would be for the birds







By Tim Norris

Oct. 3, Sunday, 10 a.m.: It was quiet in the Van Egmond home at the end of Coconut Lane in Ocean Ridge.

Too quiet.…

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