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Phillies, J.T. Realmuto move on to Act 2 of contract drama

CLEARWATER, Fla. — All along, J.T. Realmuto‘s salary arbitration hearing was just going to be the first act in one of the biggest storylines of the spring in Phillies camp. Regardless of whether the arbitration panel ruled in favor of Realmuto or against him, he was going to be well paid …

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Former PBSO Deputy Robert Simeone accused of using charity’s money

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — A former PBSO deputy is facing charges of grand theft, money laundering and organized scheme to defraud, for allegedly using some of the money from a charity he ran. “It’s egregious your honor what the facts are alleging in this case,” Assistant State Attorney JD …

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Voodoo doll speculated to have washed up on Cape Canaveral beach

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – History shows you can find just about anything on Florida’s beaches. Some things are obvious about what they are, but what a beach walker found Thursday is much more mysterious. “It was a rather strange doll made out of coconuts,” Bruce Robertson described. Initially, at Cherie …

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Take a Caribbean vacation without leaving Detroit

Detroit – Full of flavor-packed food and colorful decor, Norma G’s, a new restaurant on the east side of Detroit, whisks you away to the Caribbean. “They go to the Caribbean and get what they think is Caribbean food, but they never go eat with the families that live in …

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Finding Bombay in Bora Bazaar – mumbai guide – Mid

It was high noon on a Saturday. A few Kutchi shopkeepers had rolled down their shutters to beat the heat; in another shop, a group of Marwari traders dug into their multi-tiered tiffins while chatting about ‘dhanda’. A walk through Bora Bazaar opposite CSMT with a select group of mid-day …

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The best winter travel deals you can book right now for Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day weekend

source IHG Valentine’s Day in 2020 falls on a Friday, at the start of Presidents’ Day weekend, when many people have three days off from work. Presidents’ Day weekend is typically an expensive time of year to travel, as many people want to take advantage of the time off from …

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Karl Burke’s Lord Of The Lodge set for Newcastle run | Racing News

Last Updated: 18/02/20 12: 13 pm Karl Burke Gimcrack runner-up Lord Of The Lodge encounters 4 opponents in Wednesday’s Ladbrokes Where The Nation Plays Conditions Stakes at Newcastle. A fast-track qualifier for All-Weather Finals Day at Lingfield on Good Friday, the six-furlong warmth has actually been chosen by Karl Burke …

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​Afro-Latinx Festival; Chili Cook-Off; Mardi Gras: SoCal Weekend

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — Don’t sit inside this weekend! Patch has rounded up fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Southern California – from the southernmost tip of San Diego, through Orange and Riverside counties, to the beaches and valleys in Los Angeles. Some are free. Some have a fee. Whether you …

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Man Who Can’t Afford Tropical Vacation Does the Normal Thing By Faking the Best Trip Ever and a Lot of People Can Relate

Vacation envy is real and a lot of people can’t afford to get away to a tropical trip. But leave it to a crafty individual to really commit to pretending to go on one. That’s exactly what YouTuber Anthony Bustamante did with a green screen: he took a totally fictional, …

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AutoMatters & More: Going on Safari at the San Diego Zoo & Safari Park

A fascinating exhibit, complete with historical photographs, commemorates and documents the world-famous San Diego Zoo’s 100-year anniversary (1916-2016). The Zoo traces its beginnings all the way back to 1916, with animals left behind from the 1915-1916 Panama-California Exposition. The Zoo’s first elephants – Empress and Queenie – arrived in 1923, …

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