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Orlando plant-based chef Mary Westfall wants to develop a vegan version of Publix’s iconic Pub Sub. Here’s her pitch : A modest proposal Dear Publix, My name is Mary Westfall.… Full Article
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Mom runs 3-hour, 11-minute marathon pushing triple stroller with kids on board Full Article
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On Screens This Week: The Art of Self-Defense and more : Opening this week:The Art of Self-Defense Let's face it, one of the reasons people still go to the movies is the prospect of seeing Jesse Eisenberg get punched in the face. The yearning started, somewhat guiltily, with The Squid and the Whale, as Eisenberg's Walt yammered foolishly about a Kafka text being "Kafkaesque"; "just adolescent pretension," we the audience chuckled, rationalizing away our bloodlust.… Full Article
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Can a post-Trump America pull itself back from the brink? : Watching democracy die, part 3 In How Democracies Die, political scientists Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt argue that there are three strategies would-be authoritarians – like Juan Perón in Argentina, Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, Silvio Berlusconi in Italy, and Vladimir Putin in Russia – have employed in their efforts to consolidate power: capturing the referees, sidelining key players and changing the rules. In his first year as president, Donald Trump attempted all three.… Full Article
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Should President Trump have top slot on 2020 presidential ballot? Full Article
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Florida city hopes 'Baby Shark' song will drive homeless from park Full Article
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