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Departures Review: Your Last Ceremony

I expected a somber documentary-style film about a contemplative cellist-turned-mortician, a cerebral movie intended to question and disturb. When the very first scene elicited a burst of surprised laughter, I knew I was screwed. 756 more words

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Urban Sanctuaries in Fort Lauderdale

Escaping the Crowds Is a Walk in the Parks

By Philip Ward

Here are a few places, all within minutes of downtown, to grab a quiet moment. 2,008 more words

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Airboating: Flying high and low throughout Florida

By Gary McKechnie

It doesn’t seem normal when you’re on a boat that’s blasting its way across the water and, with seemingly solid land dead ahead, the boat never pauses, never hesitates, never swerves. 1,217 more words

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10 Things To Expect At Axwell /\ Ingrosso

Probably one of the first gigs that shaped the future of the Outdoor EDM space in India was undeniably the Indian leg of Swedish House Mafia’s… 1,217 more words

Sunburn

Fun in the Florida Sun

Florida draws almost a billion tourists each year!

Photo and story by Tania Moffat

The “Sunshine State,” so named for its temperate climate and number of sunny days, boasts 1,926.4 kilometres of coastline, and 1,067 kilometres of sandy beaches, making it an ideal destination for sun seekers and Canadian “snowbirds” looking to escape our harsh winters. 292 more words

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Florence is the place to be . . .

September 7, 2014

Our first three days in Florence, after a full day of travel (with jetlag) have been spectacular.  I hope you like that word, because I’m sure that many of the next two-plus weeks of experiences will earn the right to use that word . 369 more words

Women's Travels

Clown Train - Analysis

Clown Train is kind of a horror movie. The sound is perfectly contributed to the atmosphere and theme. At the very beginning of the film, the sound of train’s moving is instead of the frame. 496 more words

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