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  • Weekend Preview: Sun, surf, sand, soccer, sangria and Saigon Kick

    Weekend Preview: Sun, surf, sand, soccer, sangria and Saigon Kick
    The future site of the Flagler Garden,  destined to be a hub for all manner of earnest conviviality and creativity in downtown Fort Lauderdale, will have its first event on Sunday with Grow Downtown. The afternoon of live music from the Bonfires...
  • Rotten beasts, murderous orphans and a butcher's shop

    Rotten beasts, murderous orphans and a butcher's shop
    Fright Nights: The haunted walk-throughs at the South Florida Fairgrounds are back. Themes include: "A Grim's Tale" that reimagines Grimm's Fairy Tales with "rotten beasts"; "Sunnyville Orphanage" with a group home full of murderous orphans; and...
  • To do Thursday: Taste 2013, Summer Songwriters Showcase and Reggie Watts

    To do Thursday: Taste 2013, Summer Songwriters Showcase and Reggie Watts
    Food Taste 2013: Checking out a community's restaurant scene has never been easier. The Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce presents its sixth annual Taste 2013 festival from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the South Florida Fairgrounds, 9067...
  • Guide to guzzling: Drinking events from July 12 to 25

    Guide to guzzling: Drinking events from July 12 to 25
    World of Beer Coconut Creek will celebrate its third anniversary Saturday with a carnival block party. If you have purchased three Magic Hat drafts since June 17, bring the promotional stein you received to the block party to get $10 refills all night....
  • Fresh Art: Craig McInnis

    Fresh Art: Craig McInnis
    In Craig McInnis’ “FLAG (For Land and Glory),” a creepy Uncle Sam peers over red-and-white-striped wood slats that symbolize the crying faces of the exploited. McInnis says the painting “represents the American tradition of...
  • Food festivals abound in Florida this fall

    Food festivals abound in Florida this fall
    Each fall Florida seems to spread a giant tablecloth over the length and breadth of the peninsula to be ready to serve up a bounty of food festivals. Here's some of what's on tap, listed chronologically: -- Sept. 1-30 -- Foodies may wish to savor the...
  • Empire burlesque: The Pretty Things Peepshow heads to Exxxotica

    Empire burlesque: The Pretty Things Peepshow heads to Exxxotica
    Miss Heather Holliday risks her life for your entertainment. On a recent Monday morning in Manhattan, a woman who calls herself Go-Go Amy has just checked in on two of her employees. “Miss Heather Holliday is home practicing knife-throwing, and...
  • HISTORIC SITES

    MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Ancient Spanish Monastery www.spanishmonastery.com 16711 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach 305-945-1461   Art Deco Welcome Center 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach www.mdpl.org 305-672-2014   The Barnacle State Historic Site...
  • Isaac inunda Palm Beach, escuelas siguen cerradas

    Isaac inunda Palm Beach, escuelas siguen cerradas
    Después de dos días vientos y mucha lluvia, la tormenta tropical Isaac prometía bajar su intensidad en el condado de Palm Beach en la noche, pero no antes de provocar muchas inundaciones que dejaron a muchos residentes encerrados en sus viviendas,...
  • Gastronomía: Mango manía llegó a Florida

    <b>Gastronom&#237;a:</b> Mango man&#237;a lleg&#243; a Florida
    Gracias al tibio invierno que se experimentó a comienzos de este año, están lloviendo mangos sobre el sur de Florida. No sólo jardines privados sino cultivos comerciales de la fruta han visto una de las cosechas más abundantes en años. "No hemos tenido...
  • Palm Beach jail debacle: Big bucks for fewer beds

     
    How does a county spend big bucks on a jail expansion that leaves the county with fewer jail beds than when it started? Just ask Palm Beach County, which has managed the trick with its recent troubled jail construction project,......