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A: You can find the puzzles and comics by clicking here.

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A: Write to us at Sun Sentinel, 500 E. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33394. The general phone number is 954-356-4000.

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A: Go to our Online Archive, where, for a nominal fee, you can obtain Sun Sentinel stories published since 1985. For stories before 1985, check with the Broward County Main Library or Palm Beach Public Library. They have the newspaper on microfilm and CD-ROM. The Sun Sentinel research staff does not have the resources to conduct research for readers.

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