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Tricia Woolfenden

 

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  • 8 years ago

    The Lauderdale Air Show? Yeah; it’s a bit old school. The kind of thing your grandfather might drag you to, just so he can (for the 500th time) regale you with tales of his fighter pilot days. But don’t be surprised if you let out an e...

  • 8 years ago

    Load up the iTunes library with Kenny Loggins jams and bust out the body oil and aviators, cause it’s beach volleyball time in Hollywood. (C’mon: Who can resist a Top Gun reference in this situation?) The Reflekt Polarized Big Shot Vol...

  • 8 years ago

    A spirit of playful rebellion often is a welcome quality in an artist, no matter the chosen medium. Cuban-born painter/illustrator Ana Albertina Delgado is no slouch in those departments. She cut her teeth during Cuba’s artist uprising in th...

  • 8 years ago

    Slow foods and the "local first" mentality are (finally!) getting their due in Fort Lauderdale, so perhaps it is fitting that the Las Olas Sunday Market has been given new, high-profile digs. The weekly market has moved from its out-of-the-way set...

  • 8 years ago

    In a nation of short attention spans, brevity rules. The creative minds behind "BOXer Shorts 2" are well-acquainted with the notion of less being more. The theatrical showcase features six original, ten-minute plays written by Palm Beach PlayMaker...

  • 8 years ago

    Morton's the Steakhouse is one of those places reserved for important occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries, and trying to close the deal on a third date. The Charles Krug Winemaker Dinner this Thursday evening may offer another excuse to break...

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