DolFANS showed up many hours before the game at Sunlife Stadium on Dec. 5 to play beer pong, dominoes, and grill until they resembled a burger themselves. Check out some of the people that go to the games.
This year's Buzz Bake Sale, hosted by Buzz 103.1, proved that Ska is not dead. Bands like the Mighty, Mighty Bosstones and Pepper performed for the crowd at Cruzan Ampitheatre.
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Sara Bareilles and Michael Franti & The Spearheads performed at Mizner Park on Dec. 4 the annual No Snow Ball. During the free concert crowd members were allowed to go up on stage, including many young kids and one woman that just wanted to dance with Franti.
The Grateful Palate in Fort Lauderdale boasts a wine list of 200 bottle varieties and at least 40 by-the-glass. Despite the high-end restaurant having opened a year ago and the superfluous amount of wine, crowds still haven't found the place.
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Boca Raton's own Chris Carrabba headed home on Saturday Nov. 27 for the 10th anniversary of the Swiss Army Romance album. Carrabba played the entire album acoustically.
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Revolution Live!, America's Backyard, and Green Room collaborated for an all-out dance fest on Black Friday. The Nov. 26 party featured local artist Amtrac along with national sensations like Steve Aoki.
To read more about Amtrac and Dancegiving click here.
Food trucks like Latin Burger, Nacho Bizness, Rolling Stove, and Dim Ssam have been marking their territory all over South Florida. That's exactly why we wrote a feature about them. Check out these photos of four local food trucks, read our story about them, and then go out and eat, eat,...
Capital Grille at the Galleria Mall hosted a buffet-style breakfast for kids and their family. After they ate Santa rode up on a fire truck and posed for pictures. To read more about the event click here
Local artists designed installation pieces throughout a storage unit in Lake Worth. The unusual exhibit is the brainchild of the curator Kara Walker-Tome and the audience had to wander through all the storage spaces to actually find the artwork.