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LONGING FOR THE PLAIN, INCONTROVERTIBLE, BORING TRUTH! I recently received a letter from a fine gentleman from Lighthouse Point I’ve known for a number of years, and have great respect for. He was responding to an editorial I had written in the September issue. Before I had a chance to

THOSE LYING EYES An Embarrassment to Every American On August 5th, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson’s lying eyes told the American people that the North Vietnamese had attacked us in the Gulf of Tonkin. As a result, tens of thousands of American soldiers and millions of Vietnamese lost their lives in

                                                   

DOING WHAT’S RIGHT FOR AMERICA What a breath of fresh air it was to see that the N.C.C.A. penalized Penn State and its football program to the tune of $60 million (however, a mere drop in the bucket when it comes to college football profits). Nevertheless, it was a step

Jade turned 4 on August 29 Emma turned 3 on June 23

Colin Happ turns 6 on July 17

Tara turned 14 on June 10 Regan Happ turns 9 on July 12 Kylie turns 5 on July 19 & Jake turns 5 on july 16 Jayla Casey turns 6 on July 29 Jaden Centz turns 8 on July 30 Charly turns 3 on July 7 Alana Grace turns 2

Crowd enjoying Daily Grind Mike Night

DAILY GRIND OFFERS OPEN MIKE NIGHT Photos by Debra Todd  Once a month, Daily Grind Unwind Café in the Venetian Isles Shopping Center offers an open mike night for anyone wishing to display his or her talent. Andrew Donald, Daily Grind manager, is M.C for the monthly Friday night event,

THANK YOU FOR MAKING OURS THE BEST! “I love your new magazine!” someone exclaimed on the other end of the phone. As you may have noticed, our magazine has taken on the look of some of the finest publications in the industry. It was a wild and whacky ride during

Debbie Edwards, Christian Spieker and Maureen Canada

Nauti Dawg Marina Cafe Article by Linda Kaufman   Photos by Jon Frangipane Nauti Daug, the Key West-style restaurant at the Lighthouse Point Marina opened in October of 2011 to rave reviews. With a charming play on words, the name is perfect for the nautical-theme establishment and its love for