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  • Weekend preview: The Bird and the Bumble Bees

    Weekend preview: The Bird and the Bumble Bees
    Have we reached some kind of critical mass when young entrepreneurs believe there are enough interesting places to go in downtown Fort Lauderdale that it warrants regular sight-seeing tours — on bicycles?
  • Channel pressure into energy at work, local author says

    Channel pressure into energy at work, local author says
    Stressed-out workers can use the pressure they feel at work to benefit themselves and their employers, according to South Florida psychotherapist and organizational consultant Aimee Bernstein. Bernstein, who has worked with many South Florida companies,...

    Former Deerfield mayor suing city for $1.2 million in legal fees

    Former Deerfield mayor suing city for $1.2 million in legal fees
    Nearly a year since receiving the bill, the city still hasn't paid the legal fees for defending longtime Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini against a charge he took $10,000 in unlawful compensation. Now, Capellini, 67, has hired another lawyer — to...

    Three CEOs inducted into NSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

    Three CEOs inducted into NSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame
    Three South Florida CEOs were inducted Wednesday into Nova Southeastern University's H. Wayne Huizenga Business School's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. They are: • Steve Mariano, chairman and chief executive of Fort Lauderdale-based Patriot National,...

    Street performers getting green light in Lauderdale

    Street performers getting green light in Lauderdale
    The city is changing its tune when it comes to street musicians, artists and other performers setting up shop downtown, on Riverwalk or near the beach. The locations should soon be open for business for buskers, once considered an unwanted nuisance by...