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Local news stories for Palm Beach County and the state of Florida.

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May 20, 2022 14 min
Hap Erstein reviews "Downton Abbey: A New Era," "Senior Year" and his Art House Pick, "Fiddler's Journey to the Big Screen." Honorable mention to "Men."
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Klotzbach talks about CSU's forecast for the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season and says that when their update comes out on June 2, it won't feature lower numbers. Also, how climate change is affecting storms.
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Hap Erstein reviews the true story about "Operation Mincemeat," "Private Property" and
"Happening." He missed the screening for "Firestarter," the reboot of the 1980s film based on a Stephen King novel, but you can see it in theaters and Peacock this weekend.
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Brown shares details about the conference, which is underway in West Palm Beach.
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Graham tells us what's new for 2022, what every Floridian should be doing right now, ahead of the start of Hurricane Season and more.
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Film critic Hap Erstein shares his take on "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." He also reviews "The Duke" and the Netflix documentary "The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes."
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Mary Blakeney is the Director of PBC's Division of Emergency Management and the Vice President of the Governor's Hurricane Conference this week. She shares details on the event and the importance of prep ahead of Hurricane Season.
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Longtime local film critic Hap Erstein shares his take on Liam Neeson's new one "Memory," as well as "Book of Love" and his Art House Pick "The Automat."
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Julia Friedland, Florida Communications Director for the Republican National Committee, talks about the party's efforts to reach out to Jewish voters in South Florida ahead of the midterms.
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Florida Prepaid spokesperson Meredith Westheimer tells us what's new this year and how you can lock in tuition rates now for your kids.
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Longtime local film critic Hap Erstein shares his take on "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent," in which Nicolas Cage plays a somewhat fictionalized version of himself. He also checks out "The Northman" and Art House pick "White Hot."
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South Florida PETA activist Laura Ray talks about the campaign to get Starbucks to stopping charging more for an animal-friendly milk, which includes offering free cold brew mocha from a competing company with oat milk in West Palm Beach and other locations around the country.
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Longtime local film critic checks out "Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,"
"Father Stu" and "All The Old Knives."
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Mast shares details about The Northern Estuaries Restoration Plan (NERP), which was filed today in the U.S. House.
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Longtime local film critic Erstein reviews "Ambulance," "The Bubble" and "Aline." Also honorable mention to "Sonic the Hedgehog 2."
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Bill Wheelen is running in a packed GOP primary, with seven other candidates and all vying for the ability to face Democrat Congresswoman Lois Frankel in November.
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Turkin wants to know if having PBSO take over law enforcement in Boynton Beach would benefit the city, including on a financial basis.
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Some new members of the City Commission approached the sheriff to inquire about the possibility that his agency could take over law enforcement in Boynton Beach. Bradshaw also urges drivers to slow down, amid high numbers of traffic crashes and two arrests this week in vehicular homicide cases.
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The new big release this week at theaters is "Morbius." Hap Erstein gives his review of that Jared Leto Marvel film as well as "Black Crab" and "The Outfit." We also engage in a lot of post-Oscars talk, and not just about the "slap heard around the world."
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Jersey Mike's franchisee Brianna Krasinski talks about the Month of Giving and more specifically the Day of Giving, March 30th. How you can have 100% of what you spend help more than 500 Florida athletes compete in the Special Olympics USA Games n Orlando this year.
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