9 hours ago | Environment
Sailing to Cuba — that's the hot topic in the boating world these days. So the tent was packed full yesterday at the Strictly Sail Miami boat show at Bayside Marketplace, where Wally Moran gave a talk explaining how cruisers and sailors can best e...
3 days ago | Things To Do
Matt Mahady was writing poetry before there was a poetry scene in Florida. He helped one coalesce and grow. He was on the first Florida poetry slam team that went to the National Poetry Slam. He competed in Providence, Seattle, and Minneapolis in ...
3 days ago | Broward News
For years, animal lovers have been fighting to end greyhound racing in Florida. Today, that goal could be closer to reality if two bills pass through their respective committees in the state legislature. If they become law, says a greyhound advoca...
7 days ago | Broward News
Kim Porter is longtime diver who loves just strapping on her gear and wading into the water right off the beach near her Pompano home — no dive boat required. Just offshore, there's a reef where she see corals and tropical fish, nurse sharks and l...
9 days ago | Broward News
As flops go, this one was spectacular: last year, rich philanthropist Margaret Blume spent many months and $500,000 getting a sculptor to create statues that looked like the famous moai — giant stone heads —- found on Easter Island. To make an art...
10 days ago | Religion
On Sunday morning, just before 9 a.m. mass, about six protesters held signs outside of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Miami Shores, suggesting that parishoners withhold donations. Many parents of students who attend the church's K-8 Catholic ...