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    South Florida’s inviting climate has made it home to invasive species such as parakeets, pythons and walking catfish.

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  • Cupping the Light

    During this past Atlantic City show, I was in a souvenir shop when a Christmas tree ornament caught my eye. It was a small mouse wearing a Santa hat and holding a sign that read, “Be Merry.”

  • The Spirit of Innovation

    My favorite period in the history of the pool and spa industry is the ’60s and ’70s. Granted, for much of that time I wasn’t even in elementary school, but nevertheless when I look at photos and read about what went on in those years, I

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    Here’s hoping you’ve found this column a worthwhile read, or at least suitable to print out and use as liner for your pet parakeet’s cage.

  • What’s New

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    In 2002, the smart phone BlackBerry took much of the tech-savvy world by storm.