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Photo gallery: Hans Huseby remembered by family and friends

In front of the South Miami FootWorks store he owned for 40 years, Hans Huseby was remembered Wednesday night by his family and more than 1,000 friends from the South Florida running community. Huseby was 64 when he died Saturday in his sleep. His wife Laurie, left, recalled a note Hans left for her last week on the kitchen counter: “Thanks for being my wife,” wrote Huseby, who was eulogized for his kindness and generosity. “I will very much miss working the races with you,” son JP said, addressing the gathering.


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Letter: Cutler Bay candidate forum won’t be fair

Community organizations that host candidates for public office have always prided themselves in being impartial in their proceedings, allowing their political guests to make their respective arguments knowing full-well that the questions put before them are not biased in favor or against either candidate.