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The Lifestyle List
3 months ago

The Lifestyle List

Thursday, June 22

Miami Spice Mash-Up

  • The Miami Spice Restaurant Program is kicking off its indulgent series, now in its 16th year, that calls on some of the city’s …
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History
2 years ago

History

 

When television broadcasting was new in the 1950s, there was a live program that used CBS correspondents to report historical events as if they were just occurring. They …
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Coral Springs History
2 years ago

Coral Springs History

Amid the palm trees and the sunshine, most South Floridians can attest to experiencing at least one disastrous hurricane in their lifetime. One of the first major storms to …
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History
2 years ago

History

With few commercial structures, Coral Springs’ total population in the 1960s was only 2,200. Children had to attend classes in Margate, and then in Coconut Creek. In 1971, Coral …
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The Summer of 1970
2 years ago

The Summer of 1970

With no cable TV, Internet, mall, movie theater or Mullins Park, what did the 2,200 residents of Coral Springs do in the summer of 1970? They went clubbing.

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Up in the air
2 years ago

Up in the air

Pulling back on the stick, he brought the plane up and over the lines but it landed hard, wheels spread out and completely flat. The propeller fractured and parts of it hit …
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History
2 years ago

History

 

The land that became Coral Springs was previously part of Bud Lyons’ 15,000 acre green bean farm south of Wiles Road, the biggest in the country. When he …
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History Viewpoint
3 years ago

History Viewpoint

 

In the early 1900s no one lived in the area that became Coral Springs, but Fort Lauderdale was already a busy city and housekeeping was a fulltime …
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Historical
3 years ago

Historical

As this city was being planned on paper in the early 1960s, residents of Fort Lauderdale and its environs labeled it T.F.O. – Too Far Out. James Hunt, president …
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