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  • REVIEW: Henry Gross shows how good '70s music was -- and still can be

     
    Soft-rock of the mid-1970s often is dismissed as a time of milquetoast music, but anyone who listened then and listens now knows there were some really good songs made in those years. What if the attention those songwriters paid to......
  • Romantic resorts in Florida, Caribbean and beyond for Valentine's

    Romantic resorts in Florida, Caribbean and beyond for Valentine's
     Valentine's Day is just around the corner and perhaps this year –with the day that celebrates lovers falling conveniently on a Friday – you are thinking of a weekend or longer getaway to a romantic resort? Here are some in Florida, the...
  • Man in critical condition after jumping on boat propeller

    Man in critical condition after jumping on boat propeller
    A man is in critical condition after accidentally jumping on a boat propeller to free a stuck vessel, NBC Miami is reporting.  On Wednesday, Robert Daigle, 37, of Fort Pierce, jumped in the water to push a boat off a flat near Bud-n-Mary's Marina in...
  • Chef Michael's is a catch

    Chef Michael's is a catch
    There are many bad restaurants in the Florida Keys. There. I said it. Somebody needed to. It's not that I don't love the whole laid-back Keys aesthetic, but does the world really need another restaurant that serves dolphin sandwiches and bad beer?...
  • Woofstock Music Fair benefits pet rescue organization

    Music lovers and pet enthusiasts alike can make their way to the Woofstock Music Fair in Islamorada for what it bills as a "day of peace, paws and music" on March 22. The free annual festival held in the Florida Keys features live music throughout the...
  • Just a good ol' boy

    Just a good ol' boy
    Chase Rice, who will play the Round Up in Davie on Thursday, is a country singer of many hats. He co-wrote Florida Georgia Line’s multiplatinum hit “Cruise.” He was a linebacker on the University of North Carolina team that crushed the...
  • What you should know about lobster miniseason

    What you should know about lobster miniseason
    Sun Sentinel If you go Seasons: The two-day miniseason runs from 12:01 a.m. Wednesday to midnight Thursday. The regular season is Aug. 6-March 31. Licenses: You must have a saltwater fishing license ($17 for residents) and a lobster stamp ($5) to...
  • Where to swim with dolphins in Florida

    Where to swim with dolphins in Florida
    The Dog Days of summer are here and if you are looking for some relief, why not try a dolphin swim or encounter program? On most of these programs you get in the water with these marine mammals (cooling off already!) and since Atlantic bottlenose...
  • How not to get lost this summer

    How not to get lost this summer
    Don't lose it this summer. At least not the way Jennifer and Pat Mangold did when they stayed in the Florida Keys last August. In their hurry to avoid holiday traffic, Mangold left her $680 in cash in their room at the Hampton Inn and Suites Islamorada....
  • Dinner date turns into nightmare for woman

    Dinner date turns into nightmare for woman
    This man apparently bit off more than he could chew during a dinner date. Last month a Miami man, Ricardo Antonio Delahoz, 51, told a deputy his dinner date at an Islamorada restaurant swiped a couple of checks from his checkbook, which he had briefly...
  • Florida travel calendar for November

    Florida travel calendar for November
    Check out festivals and events in November across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Nov. 1-3: Melbourne Air and Space...
  • Lights, Santas, Action! Florida festivals offer your holiday fix

    Lights, Santas, Action! Florida festivals offer your holiday fix
    While more seasonally inclined states are waiting for snow to signal holiday cheer, Florida is stringing icicle lights on its palm trees. And even though the holiday decorations are strung up much sooner every year, at least these festivals -- complete...