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  • The week ahead: Football returns to Broward County

    The week ahead: Football returns to Broward County
    For the past few weeks, fall sports teams have been back at work across Broward County. Football, volleyball, cross country, golf, and swim teams have been preparing for the start of the regular season.  The new season begins Monday, but high school...
  • FOX releases its 2013 high school football TV schedule

    If you can’t make it to Sun Life Stadium on Aug. 31 to watch traditional South Florida football powers St. Thomas Aquinas and Miami Northwestern square off, you can still watch the game from your couch. The 7:30 p.m. game will be televised on...
  • Dining scene: Lunching and brunching at Kaluz, plus a new seaside option

    Dining scene: Lunching and brunching at Kaluz, plus a new seaside option
    Kaluz Restaurant 3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-2209, KaluzRestaurant.com Only 6 months old, this Frank Lloyd Wright-style endeavor on the Intracoastal Waterway has launched lunch and Sunday brunch menus, as well as new cocktails...
  • Man pistol-whipped Dunkin' Donuts worker over iced coffee order, cops said

    Man pistol-whipped Dunkin' Donuts worker over iced coffee order, cops said
    There was trouble brewing at a Lauderhill Dunkin' Donuts after Jeffrey Wright, a Plantation man, got steamed over an order of iced vanilla coffee and went to see the manager, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. That's when two Wrights made a wrong...
  • Everglades coach Art Taylor has a whole new understanding of players' concussion pain

    The next time one of his players suffers a concussion, Everglades football coach Art Taylor will have a whole new understanding of what the athlete is experiencing.  Earlier this week, Taylor was studying game film while walking out to the practice...
  • Lisa Zielinski, Broward's longest-tenured volleyball coach, picks up milestone win

    Lisa Zielinski, Broward's longest-tenured volleyball coach, picks up milestone win
    Lisa Zielinski, Broward County's longest-tenured high school volleyball coach, picked up a milestone victory on Thursday night.  With St. Thomas Aquinas' 25-8, 25-6, 25-8 win over Plantation, Zielinski earned her 675th career victory. She is in her 26th...
  • Broward lawyer disbarred until 2016

    Fort Lauderdale attorney Allen Michael Migdall, accused of taking part in a fraudulent scheme to defraud investors of millions of dollars, is voluntarily giving up practicing law — at least for a few years — so he won't have to talk about a...
  • Plantation guitarist impresses with one-armed performances

    Plantation guitarist impresses with one-armed performances
    Bob Gifford stands on the promenade plucking the strings of his Fender Telecaster electric guitar. People wandering by on busy Lincoln Road do a double-take, then snap photos and videos with their phones. "He stopped me in my tracks — at first I...
  • Returning champ Montgomery leads talented pack of Broward runners

    Returning champ Montgomery leads talented pack of Broward runners
    Pine Crest's Julia Montgomery had a fabulous freshman year, becoming Broward County's first individual state cross country champion in more than a decade last fall. Her rise and first-place finish at the Class 2A state meet in Tallahassee were...
  • Geraldo Rivera to broadcast live from Plantation job fair Sept. 11

    Geraldo Rivera to broadcast live from Plantation job fair Sept. 11
    Award-winning journalist Geraldo Rivera is slated to broadcast his national radio show from Plantation Wednesday during a job fair targeting veterans, former law enforcement members and South Florida residents. “It’s one thing to talk to the...
  • Lawmakers file sex offender bill

    TALLAHASSEE -- Two Florida lawmakers have filed the first of what's likely to be a series of measures looking at the state's sex offender laws. State Rep. Katie Edwards, D-Plantation, and Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, filed legislation that would...
  • Weekend preview: Tortuga ticket news and the new Mike Tyson

    Weekend preview: Tortuga ticket news and the new Mike Tyson
    The rumors running rampant (OK, two friends from different parts of Broward County) that Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival is sold out are not true. In fact, organizers are expecting “heavy walk-up” at the festival on Saturday...