13 hours ago | Broward News
Last week, we mused about eight ways Fort Lauderdale has changed for the better, highlighting social justice, the FAT Village art walk, and Uber. But as with any performance review, we get the back-patting out of the way, and then move on to...
5 days ago | Environment
Armed with a scuba tank and speargun, Christian Mathisen has been plunging deeper than 100 feet into South Florida's waters for the last 20 years. Based out of Jupiter, Mathisen says he has spent nearly $90,000 acquiring the necessary permits to l...
6 days ago | Broward News
In 2007, then-Governor Charlie Christ appointed Matthew Destry as a criminal judge in Florida's 17th Judicial Circuit, serving Broward County. Shortly after, Brian Greenwald, then a public defender, was assigned cases that came before Destry. For ...
8 days ago | Broward News
Broward’s buses are rarely on time, and even if they were, schedules are confusing for users and hard to find online. Since only some stops have bus shelters, riders are left waiting indefinitely — often sweating or drenched on the side of the roa...
12 days ago | Lists
The people of Fort Lauderdale need a pep talk. There's not a whole lot of Fort Lauderdale pride (and, no, we don't mean the kind parading from Wilton Manors). It's most pronounced at college orientation, when someone asks where you're from. It's a...
13 days ago | Environment
The great warrior king of 17th century India, Shivaji Maharaj, fought off Europeans and their imperialist ambitions. To protect a group of islands in the Arabian Sea, Maharaj designed a series of stone walls that snake the perimeters of the island...