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Editor's Note: How many warnings will nature give us?

    Along Florida’s east coast, sand drifts from north to south. Where it comes from and where it goes is ruled by wind and water.

    Sometimes our beaches feel wide and serene. At other times, finding a dry place to walk below a seawall is impossible.

    The ocean has a way of reminding us of nature’s power. Yet, for years we have built homes and condos on the dunes. Now, we search for ways to save them. We are caught in an intractable cycle of putting more sand down and…

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Added by The Coastal Star on June 28, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Health and Harmony: Lost intimacy due to dysfunction? This psychologist is on the case

By Lona O'Connor

    Please don’t call Stanley Althof a sexologist, even though he is the recipient of a lifetime achievement award named for Masters and Johnson, two of the most famous names in sex research.

    “I’m a psychologist specializing in sexual medicine,” he says. …

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Finding Faith: Singing camp in Delray introduces children to variety of music styles

The Delray Summer Sing Experience camp runs each week through July 21 at Church of the Palms.

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By Janis…

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Added by The Coastal Star on June 28, 2017 at 9:43am — No Comments

On the Water: Bahamas adventure: Frigate birds, yellowfin tuna and pesky sharks

Dan Friedman of Delray Beach shows a yellowfin tuna caught on a sardine chunk by Capt. Mike Simko,

background, in Northwest Providence Channel south of Freeport, Bahamas.…

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