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Paralegals posed in nude for 2005 charity calendar
They weren't all paralegals but they all took it all off for charity in 2005.
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Taking a spin on a tricked-out cruising bicycle
Joachim Ruiz of Wynwood takes to the streets in his tricked-out cruising bicycle.
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Just plane crazy: Plane spotting at Miami International
Don White is a reggie (Brit slang for registration) spotter, a plane watcher, an Aviation Enthusiast -- a guy who goes all over the world to collect plane registration numbers. It is a quest that inevitably leads to the best place in the world for such a sport: the Miami Internatonal Airport observation deck.
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Is this any way to ruin an airline?
In 1968 The Herald's Tropic magazine dressed a man in the uniform of an airline stewardess to illustrate a story about how employement of male flight attendants meant fewer pretty smiles and shapely legs on board airliners.
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The little house that grew
Several years of living in a tiny, rundown house while a larger house was being built around and over it left Margaret Hatcher feeling that life was cement, sawdust and unfinished rooms. But there was a bright side. She learned how to build a stone wall.
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Happy anarchy ruled the Loop Road
It was the original path of the Tamiami Trail, but engineers shortened the route, leaving the 23-mile-long Loop Road. The creation of Everglades National Park then cut the area off from the rest of Monroe County. When writer Robert Reno visited the Loop Road in 1966 it had no police, no building inspectors, no place to vote, no governmental service. And its people liked it that way.
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Stuffed water buffalo exacts revenge on wrong human
Jim Harris was treated for bruises, a concussion and pinched nerves at Mariners Hospital in Tavernier after the 200-pound stuffed head of a water buffalo fell on him at his rented home. "Bubba" knocked him unconscious. Harris pointed out that he wasn't the one who shot and mounted the buffalo. "I don't even like hunting," he said.
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Poolside parties on the roof
Resting on a poolside sofa 18 stories above Collins Avenue in Miami Beach is where the fun is. DJs, money and $900 bottles have turned the tops of several Miami area hotels into playgrounds for young adults.
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One-time WASP returns to the skies
Tex Amanda Brown Meachem, 93, ditched her walker, settled into the cockpit of a World War II AT-6 Texan, and flew into her past. As a Women Airforce Service Pilot — WASP — Meachem flew dozens of the powerful two-seaters. Her return to the cockpit fulfilled a wish that she expressed after the 300 surviving WASP veterans received a Congressional Gold Medal in March, 2010.