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  • Controversy brewing over Pints in the Park

    Controversy brewing over Pints in the Park
    Stranahan Park in Fort Lauderdale used to be a popular spot for charitable groups to feed the homeless. This Sunday, the park, located in front of the Broward County Main Library, will be packed with nonprofit booths, musical performers, food trucks,...
  • Ridgefield Father Drove With Son In Car, Unaware Child Was Dead Or Dying, Documents Say

    Ridgefield Father Drove With Son In Car, Unaware Child Was Dead Or Dying, Documents Say
    DANBURY — The Ridgefield father charged with causing the death of his 15-month-old son by leaving him in a hot car on July 7 made two trips with his dead or dying son still strapped into his child safety seat, according to the warrant for his...
  • I want to be a Director on my Condominium or HOA Board. Am I Eligible?

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff As election season approaches, the issue of who is qualified to serve on a condominium or homeowners association’s board of directors can become a hotly contested issue.  This article examines how eligibility...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Small plates downtown West Palm

    Small plates downtown West Palm
    Avocado Grill 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach, 561-506-0821, AvocadoGrillWpb.com Julien Gremaud, former executive chef and partner at nearby Pistache French Bistro and PB Catch, has struck out on his own with a small-plates retreat in the former...
  • Get your feast to-go: Thanksgiving 2014 dining guide

    Get your feast to-go: Thanksgiving 2014 dining guide
    Thanksgiving is two weeks away already, and if you're not going to make your own turkey dinner — or make reservations at Melisse or Bouchon or any of the other great L.A restaurants serving the holiday feast — then it's time to order some to-...
  • Syria rebels' aliases grow into new personalities

    Syria rebels' aliases grow into new personalities
    At the hair salon on her wedding day, a fellow bride turned to Tuqaa Afash and asked who her fiance was. "Abdulkareem Laila," Afash said, expecting that in the tight-knit village on the outskirts of Aleppo, the woman would recognize his name. "I don't...
  • Advocates hope flower farms will take root in Baltimore

    Advocates hope flower farms will take root in Baltimore
    A movement is underway to fill some of Baltimore's 14,000 vacant lots with flower farms, where residents could grow zinnias and toad lilies and hyacinths to sell to local florists or invite the public to come pick their own bouquets. The city's...
  • Disney offering limited time La Nouba discounts

    Disney offering limited time La Nouba discounts
    La Nouba, the exclusive Cirque du Soleil show at Walt Disney World Resort has announced special offers starting at $54 for adult and $45 for child seats. This offer is available for performances now through Dec. 19. Guests who wish to have dinner before...
  • Hampton continuing with aquatics center plans

    Hampton continuing with aquatics center plans
    The cost of a city-built aquatics center in Coliseum Central is becoming clearer, even as the size and shape of such a facility remain fluid. An aquatics facility could include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a smaller and warmer indoor therapeutic pool...
  • Avon Is Home To Good Schools, Boutiques And Restaurants

    Avon Is Home To Good Schools, Boutiques And Restaurants
    Though a farming community from its earliest days, the town of Avon has covered much of its rural feel with a generous relatively new layer of well-to-do suburbia. U.S. Route 44, once the main wagon road between Hartford and Albany, N.Y., passes through...