Saturday, March 14, 2009

FLORIDA DIGEST - March 14, 2009

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Laugh it Off: an Open Mic Reading
Today! Saturday, March 14, 2009, 1 p.m.
Broward Main Library
100 S. Andrews Avenue, 6th Floor Bienes Center
Ft. Lauderdale - 954-357-7443

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-Ex-Largo city manager who had sex change is a finalist for Lake Worth job
Willie Howard
Susan Stanton, the former Largo city manager who drew national media attention after being fired for announcing plans for a sex change, is a finalist for the city manager's job in Lake Worth. The former Steve Stanton worked as assistant city manager and manager for Largo for more than 16 years. He was fired by Largo commissioners in February 2007 after announcing plans to change his gender.,0,1969885.story

-Campaign laws broken in attack fliers, Dania candidates say; legal action considered
Fliers violated campaign laws, targets say
By Andrew Ba Tran
The anonymous attack fliers started arriving in mailboxes the weekend before Tuesday's municipal election, dirtying up an otherwise clean campaign.,0,5810146.story

Steve Rothaus
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-Guillermo Diaz to be Grand Marshal of AIDS Walk Miami, Craig Stevens returns as Master of Ceremonies
Care Resource news release:
Care Resource, South Florida's largest and oldest HIV/AIDS community health provider, is delighted to announce that recent SAG Award Nominee Guillermo Diaz, will serve as the official Grand Marshal of the 21st Annual AIDS Walk Miami - RUN, WALK, BLADE For the Cure. Following in the footsteps of past AIDS Walk Miami Grand Marshal celebrities like Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Sylvester Stallone, Cindy Crawford, Rosie O'Donnell and Antonio Sabato Jr., this year Guillermo Diaz will add his own brand of star power to South Florida's largest family fundraising walk-a-thon.

South Florida Blade
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-'Songs of My Family'
Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus performance
By Dan Renzi
Tonight! Saturday, the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus presents "Songs of My Family." Joined by the Miami Gay Men's Chorus, the songs focus on moments in the lives of gay families, a gay man's yearning to adopt a child wishing for a father, and the painful experience of partners not being accepted by relatives. Sounds pretty heavy, bring the Kleenex. 8 p.m., Sunshine Cathedral /MCC, 1480 S.W. 9 Ave. in FTL. 954-764-5150,


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