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  • Florida Panthers shrinking arena seating capacity; exploring dynamic pricing for popular games

     
    To create a more intimate setting at Florida Panthers' games next season, the team is reducing capacity by nearly 2,500 seats at BankAtlantic Center. The change, which will be accomplished by covering 2,458 seats in the arena???s last six rows......
  • Florida Panthers ???Came To Play???; host first 2010 Cats Cookout

     
    The Florida Panthers have unveiled their marketing slogan for the 2010-11 season. Be ready to be underwhelmed: ???We Came To Play??? Seriously. ???We Came To Play.??? As opposed to what? Developed by Hi-Voltage Advertising of Boca Raton, the campaign is.....
  • Florida Panthers get break on arena debt payments

     
    The Florida Panthers??? parent company reached out to Broward County last year, seeking some relief from its annual debt payments to cover the loan to build county-owned BankAtlantic Center. The idea, Sunrise Sports & Entertainment explained, was to...
  • Florida Panthers try to capitalize on LeBron joining Heat

     
    Even before LeBron James officially announced he was "going to take my talents to South Beach," the Florida Panthers were trying to appeal to fans' excitement about the prospect of James joining the Heat. The team announced a "Seats Fit......
  • Who's playing South Florida?

    Medeski, Martin & Wood - 8 p.m. Jan. 3 at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. 18+. $30. Buy tickets here. Bryan Adams, 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 7 at the Parker Playhouse, 707 NE 8th St., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets $48.50 to $59.50 at livenation....
  • "Change" may have a whole new meaning in this election.

    Before you vote in November, get out and see each of the presidential candidates in person, at a rally. One image is worth more than a thousand words. Last week I went out and saw a “hero,” a “champion,” and the “next president of the United States.”...
  • Sometimes controversial, public art spending could be cut

    Sometimes controversial, public art spending could be cut
    There's the statue nicknamed Gumby and the coral rock formations some describe as an upside-down ice cream cone. There's also the statue of a sailfish seeming to fly from a fountain and a park of brightly colored umbrellas that look like an invasion of...
  • Tribal leaders spend, but federal oversight is lacking

    Tribal leaders spend, but federal oversight is lacking
    For five years, government regulators have been aware of misspending of gambling profits by Seminole tribal leaders in violation of federal law but have taken no enforcement action. Indian leaders elsewhere in the country have been cited for using tribal...
  • Barack Obama hosts Boca Raton Thursday meeting

     
    Barack Obama is coming to south Palm Beach County on Thursday, campaign workers for the Illinois senator said today. Obama will hold a ???town hall??? meeting in Boca Raton amid his three-day campaign swing through Florida. The meeting takes......
  • The Friday agenda: Politics or pleasure?

     
    Don???t have much time for a lengthy post, because I???ve got a hectic day. Finishing up my Sunday column, on the proposed redevelopment of the Bahia Mar property in Fort Lauderdale (long-term tenants have longer-term ambitions on the city-owned......
  • Panthers raise prices for popular opponents

     
    While most Panthers season ticket holders will pay the same as or slightly less than they did this past season for their 2008-09 season tickets, individual game ticket buyers who want to see the league???s most popular teams are being......