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  • Weekend preview: Santas and latkes gone wild

    Weekend preview: Santas and latkes gone wild
    Some folks will get in the holiday spirit this weekend at the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade and some will do it with Dave Chappelle, who once seemed as likely to do a four-show run at the Fillmore as the real, actual Santa. Chappelle does...
  • South Florida spots releasing Shipyard Pumpkinhead

    South Florida spots releasing Shipyard Pumpkinhead
    Today, local bars will tout the Florida arrival Shipyard's Pumpkinhead Ale, one of the most-consumed pumpkin beers according to Brown Distributing. Pass by any of these spots to get in a gourd mood: Havana Hideout, 509 Lake Ave., Lake Worth, 561-585-...
  • Weekend preview: Old movies, new music and food trucks gone wild

    Weekend preview: Old movies, new music and food trucks gone wild
    The first time Arthur Friedman walked into Fort Lauderdale’s Gateway Theatre a couple of years ago, he wasn’t put off by the weathered marquee, ragged carpet, gloomy hallways and unwelcoming restrooms. He was charmed. “It had a...
  • Weekend preview: A cool scene right Next Door

    Weekend preview: A cool scene right Next Door
    For all the outreach that happens in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s FAT Village, many folks who live around the area remain hesitant to dip a toe in. Even the monthly Art Walk is a challenge for those people able to walk without falling down, but...
  • 7 things to do with the kids in South Florida this weekend

    7 things to do with the kids in South Florida this weekend
    Parents poking around for things to do with their kids are a diverse lot.  So smores and mimosas and Legos and mooncakes and soccer and golf  and Tinker Bell and Olivia Newton-John in leather …  It’s all good. MOVIE NIGHTS The funky and...
  • Weekend preview: Serendipity and a white tiger on Las Olas

    Weekend preview: Serendipity and a white tiger on Las Olas
    Plantation native Emily Kopp’s new album, a gracefully crafted collection of pop ruminations on life as a 20-something  woman standing eagerly at the edge of life’s vast possibility, is called “Serendipity Find Me.” But it was hard...
  • Reigning state boys hoops champs Grandview Prep, Blanche Ely retool with key transfer

    Grandview Prep’s boys basketball team lost its best player after winning the Class 2A state championship last season – the program’s first ever – and finishing with a 30-2 record. No problem. The Pride may no longer have...
  • Two Palm Beach County schools appeal their grade

    Two schools in Palm Beach County have appealed their school grades to the state: Barton Elementary in Lake Worth and Gold Coast Community School in West Palm Beach. Barton receiced a D grade and Gold Coast received an F. A total of 14 schools across...
  • Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to veggie patties

    Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to veggie patties
    Butcher Block Grill 7000 W. Camino Real, west of Boca Raton, 561-409-3035, ButcherBlockGrill.com This seafood and steak house is the latest addition of the Fountains Center's efforts to add more retail to the office plaza along with new signage,...
  • Lake Worth man wins $3M via scratch-off

    Lake Worth man wins $3M via scratch-off
    Jose Sosa, 51, of Lake Worth, claimed a $3 million top prize in the Gold Rush Tripler Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. Sosa purchased his winning ticket from Tri County Discount Liquor, located at 5891 South Military...
  • Women hoteliers talk about the business, professional journey

    Women hoteliers talk about the business, professional journey
    Tourism is big business in South Florida, generating nearly $15 billion in combined economic impact in Broward and Palm Beach counties in 2012, and employing more than 180,000 locals. Many of the nearly 18 million tourists that visited the two-county...
  • Possum recipes? Seagrape jelly? Old cookbooks offer heaping helpings of history

    Possum recipes? Seagrape jelly? Old cookbooks offer heaping helpings of history
    Scald the possum, skin the squirrel and broil the mullet. South Florida's pioneers are comin' for dinner. Old cookbooks published by historical societies in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach dish out delicious bits of history about this...