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  • Hoppy holidays: Funky Buddha beer in bottles

    Hoppy holidays: Funky Buddha beer in bottles
    Six-pack bottles of your favorite beer from the Funky Buddha Brewery have hit store shelves in South Florida. Who says there’s no Santa Claus? The Oakland Park brewery announced that six-packs of its best-selling beers, Floridian Hefeweizen and...
  • Mexican farmworkers' plight and the American consumer

    Mexican farmworkers' plight and the American consumer
    To the editor: Congratulations to The Times for publishing another top investigative report, this time revealing the terrible working and living conditions of thousands of Mexican farmworkers. I look forward to reading the coming articles in this series....
  • Weekend preview: Indie films and indie girls

    Weekend preview: Indie films and indie girls
    Movies create communities, from the fresh-faced mob bonding over a free screening of Disney’s “Frozen” in Hollywood on Friday, to the only slightly less frisky crowd headed to “Life Partners” in Fort Lauderdale and the...
  • Publix remains a holdout in fair-wage farm debate

    Publix remains a holdout in fair-wage farm debate
    Once again, Publix is tugging on our holiday heartstrings. And I can't lie. I love it. I love the commercial where the hungry nutcracker and sly angel raid the holiday feast. When the salt and pepper shakers come to life. And when the big family...
  • A small tree brightens a brother's last Christmas

    A small tree brightens a brother's last Christmas
    A few weeks before my brother Bill's last Christmas, he and I went to buy a Christmas tree. It was not a merry time in his household. Bill had cancer, and yet, against the odds, he kept going, fortified by medications, his will to live and the love of...
  • Funky Buddha's craft beer to hit store shelves Dec. 10

    Funky Buddha's craft beer to hit store shelves Dec. 10
    Funky Buddha has been buzzing all week in Oakland Park — and not just with customers looking for cold brews. Behind the scenes, past the tap room, past the 6,000-gallon brewing tanks, there's been whizzing, bottle clinking and lots of production...
  • Citrus-sparked Cornish hens: Your go-to dinner party recipe

     Citrus-sparked Cornish hens: Your go-to dinner party recipe
    Chicken or steak. Those were the common choices for most banquet hall food when we got married on a blustery December night more than three decades ago. We went out on a limb and selected Cornish hens served with wild rice. Seems safe today, but trust...
  • More than 800 participate in Mitzvah Day

    More than 800 people participated on Sunday, Nov. 2 in the "B'nai Torah TLC Mitzvah Day" at B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton. The event was part of B'nai Torah's Meryl and Ron Gallatin "Tzedakah, Learning & Chesed" (TLC) Program. According to...
  • Review: 'Mermaids in Paradise' by Lydia Millet

    Review: 'Mermaids in Paradise' by Lydia Millet
    Now that David Foster Wallace is gone, I think Lydia Millet is the American writer with the funniest, wisest grasp on how we fool ourselves. Take this passage about a Tough Mudder-style competition, from her new novel "Mermaids in Paradise": My...
  • Drought saps supply of Christmas trees in California

    Drought saps supply of Christmas trees in California
    Scott Martin surveys his Christmas trees, inspecting their needles row by row for signs of stress. The trees in his South Bay nursery differ from those in a typical Christmas tree lot: These are potted living trees, and they're for rent, not for sale....
  • Small shops on wheels join forces for Small Business Saturday

    Small shops on wheels join forces for Small Business Saturday
    Bess Caplan went grocery shopping Saturday at Whole Foods in Columbia and found an unexpected bonus — five boutiques on wheels parked just outside the grocer's door. With her 3-year-old daughter, Miriam, in tow, Caplan browsed the mobile retailers...