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  • Noticias de restaurantes del sur de Florida

    La Ferme (9101 Lakeridge Blvd., oeste de Boca Ratón, 561-430-3731, LaFerme.kitchen) Los empresarios de Flex Mussels en Manhattan han convertido en restaurante mediterráneo el hermoso pero de corta vida Bistro Gastronomie, que ofrecía comida francesa-...
  • Howard Johnson searches for stars of 1960s ads

    Howard Johnson searches for stars of 1960s ads
    Howard Johnson wants to know: Was the spotlight on you? Back in the 1960s, the hospitality chain featured 14 employees in a nationwide "Spotlight on You" print campaign. Today, it is seeking the public's help finding the stars of these ads. One worked...
  • Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher

    Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher
    One of the most famous radio preachers of all time, Aimee Semple McPherson, once rented an apartment in Glendale and tried to enroll her two children in our high school. It seems her stay here back in the late 1920s was brief and may have been an...
  • Mastino Italian restaurant opens in Delray Beach

    Mastino Italian restaurant opens in Delray Beach
    A new Italian restaurant has opened for business in downtown Delray Beach. At 25 NE Second Ave., Mastino serves "Italian soul foods" such as Neopolitan pizzas cooked in an 800-degree Italian brick oven, porchetta-style brick oven panini sandwiches and...
  • Water taxi route may expand to Pompano

    Water taxi route may expand to Pompano
    Pompano Beach officials are trying to bring a water taxi docking station to Riverside Park on the Intracoastal. City commissioners have approved an agreement with the Florida Inland Navigation District accepting a $17,500 grant, which the city will...
  • Longtime hospital trustee is into organic food

    Longtime hospital trustee is into organic food
    CLERMONT — Susan McLean affectionately calls her pet project "The Big House." McLean, 68, has been on the board of trustees at South Lake Hospital for about 26 years, 10 of those years in her current position as chairman. She's seen a lot of...
  • Sands Casino guards a step closer to unionizing

    Sands Casino guards a step closer to unionizing
    While building the world's largest gambling empire, billionaire Sheldon Adelson has dotted the globe with casinos that employ 50,000 workers. And he's been able to prevent all of them from unionizing. So it comes with some irony that the 15th-...
  • One for the Table: Turkey's delicious second act

    One for the Table: Turkey's delicious second act
    Oneforthetable.com Forget about Thanksgiving dinner. I can't wait until the day after Thanksgiving for leftovers. When else during the year can you look forward to turkey soup, turkey chopped liver, smoked turkey sandwiches and, above all, turkey hash in...
  • Foodie season starts with Vegan Thanksgiving

    Foodie season starts with Vegan Thanksgiving
    Foodie season is in full swing with events popping up across South Florida. Vegan Thanksgiving: Brook Katz has been organizing South Florida vegan events for years. But his Zero Turkey Fest, 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, is his most ambitious. The first...
  • Restaurant owner, parent company plead guilty in sale of whale meat

    Restaurant owner, parent company plead guilty in sale of whale meat
    The parent company and owner of a Santa Monica restaurant pleaded guilty Monday to federal charges stemming from serving meat from the endangered Sei whale to undercover investigators in 2009 and 2010. Typhoon Restaurant Inc. and owner Brian Vidor...
  • Plastic poles coming to I-95 in Broward after holidays

    Plastic poles coming to I-95 in Broward after holidays
    Those plastic poles which will separate the new Interstate 95 express lanes from the free lanes won't start popping up in Broward until early January. Crews initially planned to start installing the poles in December, but officials decided to hold off...