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Commission 2 candidate Ken Russell, threw the party and he invited the other seven candidates out to enjoy the picnic. When we arrived, including Ken, there were four candidates enjoying the day. At left is Ken and Seth Sklarey, upper right is Grace Solares and bottom right, Javier Gonzalez. Each one is hoping for your vote. I asked the four candidates present the same questions - if they didn't think that eight people would be dividing the vote too much. They all felt that it will bring more voters out, with each one bringing their own fans to vote. But every one of them did lament the fact that in the last election, only a small group of people actually went out and voted, so that could be a problem. The candidates I spoke with, are for slow growth in Coconut Grove, and they don't like what they are seeing. They don't feel that the non-stop building is good for the neighborhood. When we left, Ken was with his family celebrating Eva's birthday, Seth was on his bike, Javier was throwing the football around with the neighborhood kids and Grace was chatting at a picnic table. I've met Javier and Ken also looks cool. After 10 years as an "activist" living in the Grove, I might vote for the first time, as much as I am allergic to "politics". Many votes will be easily decided: whomever looks the most anti-system, anti-Sarnoff, just for kicks. We know the City Hall System and politics as usual will prevail, huge Economic intere$t$, as always, but a good thing or 2 may come out of it. Whoever looks the most anti Sarnoff will win the Grove vote. Bashing Sarnoff in this race is about as pathetic as a Republican running for dog catcher in some small town in North Florida and bashing Obama. How do they plan to slow growth when most of the growth is private. Such myopic comments are evidence that there is still room for one or two more candidates who have a true vision for the district. I may not like the project but understand that I have chosen to life in a growth-oriented city and that growth accompanies all the good things I like. Plus I am a former banker and totally understand economics and property rights. Efforts to portray all these other candidates as "anti-growth" is just a lie and another Sarnoff ploy to deflect attention. Source: Coconut Grove Grapevine
Two more candidates filed Tuesday to run for what is arguably Miami's most powerful city commission seat. Lorry Woods, owner of a downtown gastro pub, and Coconut Grove Village Council member Seth Sklarey are the latest to open campaign accounts.
There are now eight in the race to replace Commissioner Marc Sarnoff: Gonzalez, Rosa Palomino, Ken Russell, Teresa Sarnoff, Mike Simpson, Seth Sklarey, Grace Solares and Lorry Woods. Gonzalez filed to run on March 2. We should have gotten it on the
Seth Sklarey candidate for Miami City Commission District 2. Election day November 3, 2015. Call 305 525-6982. 04/11/15, @sklarey
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This work covers from White Zombie to Land of the Dead... 80 zombie movies that shaped a horror subgenre and left us all with a mortal fear of flesh-eating ghouls clawing their way out of the cold, dark earth. Zombiemania takes an in-depth look at one of the most popular horror film categories of all time. What is it that makes us so scared of and yet so attracted to the living dead? Why is it that shambling corpses with a taste for brains, or mindless automatons controlled by a voodoo master still retain such relentless power? Illustrated with many photographs, some published here for the first time, this is one film guide that will leave you with a restless urge to walk the night in search of living flesh.
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