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  • Haslem returns; Heat renounce most of bench

    Haslem returns; Heat renounce most of bench
      Mr. 305 wasn't going to allow money to get in the way. For his commitment, the Miami Heat are about to make power forward Udonis Haslem whole again.   After opting out of the final, $4.6 million season on his contract in order to help facilitate the...
  • Students hit the road for summer driving school

    Students hit the road for summer driving school
    The student driver clicked on his seat belt, checked his mirrors and rolled down his windows so he could hear the instructor's words from outside. What he couldn't do was step on the gas. Tyrone Johnson, 17, had to maneuver his car around orange...
  • Darlene Moppert: Improving Broward County nutrition one lunch tray at a time

    Darlene Moppert: Improving Broward County nutrition one lunch tray at a time
    Broward County Public Schools' program manager for nutrition education and training, Darlene Moppert, traveled to Washington, D.C. at the end of June to speak at a Congressional briefing about healthy school lunches. She was invited to the event to...
  • Broward Calendar: Arts Issue 2014

    Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Lyrics Lab: Poetry Beats and Soul Bailey Contemporary Arts Bring your latest rhymes, poems, songs, lyrics and beats and share in the intimate space hosted by Ian Caven. Artists will be accompanied by live music with Doug Carter...
  • Making an impression: Hand prints from around the world collected on canvas

    Artist Marcos Antonio's "Impressions of Humanity" project is on display in the Broward County Main Library in Fort Lauderdale. Antonio intends to travel to 193 countries to capture one million handprints and document, with photo and video, people from all...
  • Editor's Letter: Arts Issue 2014

    When thinking about art at a macro level, there is a tendency to visualize masterpieces housed in a gallery or exhibit. But I find that when planning a special edition of Society Scene, it helps me to break down the topic - in this case, art - and view it...
  • Prices could fall 10-20 cents, AAA says

    Gas prices Gas prices are declining, as the price for oil fell for the third straight week and U.S. stockpiles rose. "Motorists in the southeast could see prices at the pump fall 10 to 20 cents [per gallon] in the next two weeks," Mark Jenkins, a...
  • County candidates: We want to be like Kristin

    Judging from the answers we got this week at the Sun Sentinel editorial board, Commissioner Kristin Jacobs is the most admired county commissioner on the dais. At least that's according to our tiny poll of County Commission candidates, who were asked at...
  • Philanthropist honored with United Way award

    The United Way has been part of Gale Butler's life since 1983. The local businesswoman, philanthropist and retired corporate vice president of AutoNation said she's run every United Way campaign for the companies she's worked for. For her efforts,...
  • Agency promotes improved riding experience

    Broward County Transit's "Let's Talk Transit" series recently pulled into Fort Lauderdale to update residents about new developments in public transportation. Broward Transportation Director Chris Walton spoke to residents at the African-American...
  • Sunrise named a Playful City for fifth year in a row

    Sunrise was recently recognized as a 2014 Playful City USA. It's the fifth time in a row the nonprofit KaBOOM! has chosen Sunrise for the designation. Applicants are required to respond to a series of essays that demonstrate a commitment to making play...