1 month ago | Music News
Update: It's been confirmed that Lisa's car was found at Cooley's Landing Marina. There is a body inside the vehicle, but police will not confirm whose it is. When Fort Lauderdale musician and piano teacher, Lisa "Noodles" Hayden-Gordon, was repor...
1 month ago | Broward News
Is humanity lost in America? Filmmaker Kirk Gillon asks this very question in his documentary film Breaking Bread, a story that follows 91-year-old activist Arnold Abbott as he serves plates of food to the homeless, an effort Abbott has led for mo...
5 months ago | Film and TV
Just one year shy of turning the dirty 30, South Florida's long-running Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival returns this Friday. Cinephiles can catch -- from November 7 to 23 -- screenings of anything from groundbreaking international docu...
5 months ago | Arts
Jim Hammond Discusses the Road to Day of the Dead South Florida from Voice Media Group on Vimeo. A peculiar thing is happening this weekend, a salute to the Mexican tradition of honoring those whom we have lost and who have, somehow, turned to dus...
6 months ago | Arts
It's that time of year again, when a romp through Fort Lauderdale's contemporary arts scene explodes for a one-night affair on Saturday. Art Fallout, the 954's largest art walk, features pop-up art shows in and around downtown's environs -- FAT Vi...
Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale's Café Dolly Exhibition Shows Works by Picabia, Schnabel, and Willumsen6 months ago | Arts
In the fall of 2013, when former MOCA North Miami curator Bonnie Clearwater, now of the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, saw the "Café Dolly: Picabia, Schnabel, Willumsen" exhibition in Denmark, she knew she had to bring it to Florida. Th...