Raquel Garcia

TAS annual meeting, April 29, follows Earth Day


When Tropical Audubon Society (TAS) Executive Director Laura Reynolds was growing up in the Catskills of upstate New York, she was fascinated by the Dr. Seuss character “The Lorax” from his children’s book. The Lorax would speak up for the trees who could not defend themselves against the greedy “Once-ler.” ...

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Pinecrest Fitness — where everybody knows your name


If it’s possible for a sweat-inducing-gym to create such a comfortable environment that walking in the door gives the same impression one might feel while stepping onto the mythical set of “Cheers” with Norm waving a warm, welcoming hello, then Pinecrest Fitness has achieved that elusive balance. Although Iron Man ...

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Renowned physician left a mark


Dr. William T. Brown died on Feb. 19 after a long battle with cancer. He was 78. To say that Dr. Brown was a remarkable man who devoted his life to the benefit of humanity would not begin to do justice to his legacy. He was a giant in the ...

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