The next few days are going to see lots of politicians in South Florida. Get ready for some major traffic jams. Enjoy your Cooler.
A- Herald: Tell me the Herald isn't actually posting a photo where an "ex-Cuban prison official" is living in Miami.
B- Herald: Morin.
C- Palm Beach Post: Maybe a reporter can round up some courage and just ask him why?
Asked Thursday night whether he would extend early voting through Sunday, the Republican governor said no.D- Palm Beach Post: Real old people share their secrets for a long life.
"Early voting will end Saturday night," Scott told reporters at a GOP fundraiser in Newberry, Fla. "But I want everybody to get out to vote."
“Be honest, do the right thing, and help others,” said Ruth Moldovan, 100, who spends her days hand embroidering afghans for charities. “If you don’t help others you’ll sink yourself.”E- TC Palm: How "high end"can a pool hall/adult bar being run by a guy named Joey Cataldo be?
STUART — Stix, a high-end billiard club and adult bar in the Plantation Plaza near Stuart Bowl, will open Nov. 5 on South Federal Highway.F- CBS4: This one is real simple...no.
The new club is part of an entertainment/shopping center under renovation by Vero Beach developers Michael Rechter and Joey Cataldo. Rechter also owns and operates a Stix billiard club in the Majestic Plaza on U.S. 1 in Vero Beach.
FORT LAUDERDALE (CBS4) – The Florida chapter of a well known Muslim organization is asking the Broward School Board’s diversity committee to consider adding two Islamic holidays to the school calendar.
At a meeting Thursday night, members of the Council on American Islamic Relations, or CAIR, asked that Eid al-Fitr – the end of Ramadan – and Eid-al Adha, which marks the end of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, be considered holidays for Muslim students.
If approved, Broward County would be the first school district in Florida, and one of only a few in the country to add the holidays, which would fall on different days every year, depending on the calendar.