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Tennis

Tennis legend Gardnar Mulloy of Miami dies at 102

Gardnar Mulloy played competitive tennis for 75 years, won senior titles until his late 80s and continued shuffling around local courts well into his 90s. During his illustrious career, Mulloy won five Grand Slam doubles titles, including a Wimbledon crown at age 43. Mulloy rubbed elbows with presidents, royalty, movie stars and the world’s best-known tennis players. He also was a lawyer, the University of Miami tennis coach, an author, and he served in the U.S. Navy in World War II, seeing action in Italy and North Africa.

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The face of South Florida theater, Charlie Cinnamon, dies at 94

For more than five decades press agent Charlie Cinnamon was the face of theater in South Florida. Beloved by reporters and critics who relied on him for tips and a friend to stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Eartha Kitt and Jose Ferrer, Cinnamon, who unwittingly created the Coconut Grove Arts Festival via a publicity stunt, balanced the demands of both camps with class and savvy.

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