Mission United and the United Way of Broward County have gotten together to honor the men and women who serve our country.
As a way of saying "thank you" during National military appreciation month, several Las Olas businesses are providing discounts throughout May to veterans and active military p ... More >>
It's G-Day at FAU today, probably one of many to come, as the school's sale of its athletics field's naming rights to global private prison operator/serial human rights abuser GEO Group continues to draw fire from students and faculty opposed to the deal. See also:- FAU Students, Faculty and Al ... More >>
After a short-lived term as Broward Republican chairman came to a close for Rico Petrocelli because he didn't get along with people, or some such thing, the Broward GOP had a chance to really come out swinging, especially after getting slammed in the November elections, and choose a new leader who d ... More >>
There are plenty of passages in the Bible that tell us not to lie, but they don't say jack about fudging invoices or grant applications! On December 21, a Deerfield Beach pastor, Anthony Davis, was hit with $50,000 in civil fines for having overbilled the government. Davis' organization, Brotherly L ... More >>
Slainte Irish Pub & Kitchen was planning a grand re-opening party on Wednesday, December 19 when the tragedy at Sandy Hook school happened. That's when the owners, Francis and Rosa Feeney, parents of small children themselves, decided to cancel the opening party and turn it into ... More >>
Ahhh, shoulder season. That slightly awkward, but not entirely unenjoyable, point in the year when the air is starting to feel less like the inside of someone's mouth and the local dining scene is gearing up for an explosion in business.
This weekend, bid adieu to a summertime favorite and/or welc ... More >>
There's a no-panhandling zone in downtown Miami, and Fort Lauderdale currently prohibits asking for change along the beach. But the Fort Lauderdale City Commission is considering some tough new regulations that would effectively ban panhandling in the entire downtown area. That's in addition to a pr ... More >>
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Enjoy wine for a good causeEnjoy an evening of delicious food and wine at the 10th Annual "Red & White - Wine and Culinary Delight" to benefit The United Way of Broward this Friday from 7 to 9pm in The Crystal Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six.
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Teaming up with the United Way of Palm Beach County, Sweet Tomatoes, the cafeteria-style restaurant favorite of seniors and college kids everywhere, will open their newest store with a $5 all-you-can-eat lunch today.The value-priced Sweet Tomatoes chain offers a 45-feet-long salad bar, with a variet ... More >>
The "fast casual" segment of the local restaurant market just keeps on growing with the opening earlier this week of a new Chipotle Mexican Grill (4220 N. State Road 7, 954-960-4000) in Coral Springs and the debut next week of another Sweet Tomatoes (1100 N. Congress Ave., 561-369-0666) in Boynto ... More >>
Even sans Dacascos, Iron Fork should be a tongue-in-cheek good time.Allez cuisine!Just like the addictive Japanese import Iron Chef, Thursday's Iron Fork event at Grand Central (697 N. Miami Ave., Miami) will test the mettle of two chefs to determine a champion. The only difference: no Mark Dacas ... More >>
An investigation into possible misuse of taxpayer dollars in Deerfield Beach has led straight to the local church till. The pastors of three North Broward congregations have been questioned by auditor Michael Kessler as to how they used thousands of dollars entrusted to them by the city.Their answer ... More >>
davidmaymon.comDavid MaymonThe list of candidates for the Broward Health board is full of attorneys, contractors, politicians and health-care business owners. They are vying for at least one open seat -- the one formerly belonging to Maureen Jaeger, who left this fall to join George Lemieux's U.S ... More >>
Take the survey and RULESo. United Way has posted the "first ever web-based census and needs assessment" of Broward's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, 'and questioning' community." They put a poll up at www.lgbtcensus.com on June 21 that they say takes about 15 minutes to answer, but I've compl ... More >>