After having its premiere in Miami earlier this summer, Aiden Dillard's Death Print had its Fort Lauderdale debut at Cinema Paradiso on Saturday. Prior to the screening, the event featured performances by Otto Von Schirach, Freakin Hott, Zombies! Organize!!, Palm Trees and more.
All weekend long, cat lovers gathered for the Cat Fanciers' Association Cat Show at War Memorial Auditorium. The event, held by Margate-based Cat Exclusive, featured 39 exotic breeds of pedigree cats as well as an endangered Florida panther.
There is probably no better smell in the world than that of bread being baked. Too bad we couldn't bring you the scents at Gran Forno Bakery at Las Olas, so you're going to have to settle for some visuals.
Saturday, women from all over the world gathered at Parker Playhouse to compete at the First Annual Fort Lauderdale Cup. The physique competition gave the event a glamorous spin with an old Hollywood theme.
Saturday night, Florida? Yeah! once again brought some of South Florida's best indie acts to Fort Lauderdale's Poor House. Matilda Lights, The Shakers, Boise Bob and His Backyard Band and Dooms De Pop performed live.
You can see it pluming up all the way down Davie Road, and south down 441: It's smoke. Thick ribbons of smoke, reaching up and over the busy highway from the soot-stained chimney of the Georgia Pig. Click here to read the full article.