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Helen Highwater lives in Palm Beach County, Florida, home to the National Enquirer and its sibling papers the Globe, Examiner, Sun, etc, to the 2000 election debacle, to 17 terrorists in the months leading to Sept. 11, to the first anthrax attack, to Palm Beach, one of the wealthiest towns in the nation, and to Belle Glade one of the poorest, once known as “the AIDS capital of America,”  and home to the largest per capita number of journalists laid off in a single day. She is determined to persevere come inferno or flood, both of which seem likely here.

2 Responses

  1. I WOULD LIKE TO BUY SOME ZAMBIAN CHITENGES.PSE CAN YOU SHOW ME PICTURES WITH PRICES

  2. Helen,

    I work for a nonprofit based in Lusaka (see web site). I was looking up information about an Obama chitenge we sold at a silent auction this week and your blog came up. I had to email you because I’m a Palm Beach County native with a connection to Lusaka and I thought it was a funny coincidence. Are you a journalist?

    Jill

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