Monday, March 16, 2009

FLORIDA DIGEST - March 16, 2009

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Steve Rothaus
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-Bilerico Project: A murder in Fort Lauderdale
From Father Tony of The Bilerico Project:
The body of Larry Ellison, a 68 year old resident of Wilton Manors, was found in his home by friends who wondered why he had not arrived for dinner with them. He had been murdered. The police and media reports are vague, but note that his car, a silver Infiniti FX35 with Illinois tag number LBE14, was stolen. The real news quickly ran through the gay community. Larry Ellison met someone at the gay beach and brought him home. To read more, click here.

Miami Herald
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-Miami-Dade Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce: Monthly Business Builders Luncheon for the Upper Eastside-Midtown area membership group. Member Laura Steckler of Raymond James moderates the event. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m. with luncheon and networking noon-1 p.m., Soyka, 5556 NE Fourth Ct., Biscayne Corridor; $30. 305-573-4000 or


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-Broward College, PBCC open enrollment in jeopardy
Latecomers might find smaller campuses too crowded to admit them
By Scott Travis | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
A surge in enrollment coupled with state budget cuts threatens to put the open-door policies of Florida's community colleges in jeopardy, school officials warn. Registration could turn into a free-for-all this summer, as students rush to their computers to sign up for classes before they fill up. Students who can't get classes may have to wait longer to graduate.,0,6894321.story


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