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  • Shrimp House opens at Town Center at Boca Raton

    As if you needed another tempting reason to hit Boca Raton's poshest mall, Shrimp House Seafood Pasta and Grill officially opened June 9 near Bloomingdale's in Town Center at Boca Raton. The Brazilian restaurant chain, which opened its first U.S....
  • ¡Feliz Día Papá!: En la voz de niñitos pequeños del S. de Florida

    ¡Feliz Día Papá!: En la voz de niñitos pequeños del S. de Florida
    Llega el día del papá y para muchos niños chiquitos es el gran día. El día de celebrar a ese papá al que ven alto, grande, inmenso, al que muchos consideran su súper héroe. Hablamos con algunos niños de edad pre-escolar en el Coral Springs Community...
  • Huntley shooting leaves 1 brother dead, 1 injured: cops

    Huntley shooting leaves 1 brother dead, 1 injured: cops
    One man was shot to death and his mother and brother were wounded when an argument erupted as the family gathered for a funeral in far northwest suburban Huntley, police said. The shooting happened around 5 p.m Monday in the 11400 block of Morning...
  • From the cutting room floor: An MLB Scout's view on Touki Toussaint

    Like any in-depth profile, there's going to be really good material that couldn't find its way into the story. There was quite a bit to discuss when the topic was Coral Springs Christian pitcher Touki Toussaint. Toussaint, 17, is being projected as...
  • What's being said about Coral Springs Christian ace pitcher Toussaint

    Coral Springs Christian pitcher Touki Toussaint said he rarely reads what people write about him. If his mother, Kahaso Kiti, reads something about her son she will pass it along. Even then, there's no guarantee Toussaint will read it. As for the rest...
  • Federation young leaders lobby legislators in Washington, D.C.

    A delegation of Jewish Federation of Broward County young leaders traveled to Washington, D.C. at the end of May to lobby members of Congress from South Florida on public policy issues of interest to the Federation and learn about issues of concern to...
  • Praise Gary Stein's courage

    Regarding Gary Stein's June 8 column, "Embarrassed, insulted and much more": Thank God, yes God — that same God that many believe created us all — that Mr. Stein has the courage to voice the opinion of most of us with respect to same-sex...
  • Life after death: Couple's story sparks change

    Life after death: Couple's story sparks change
    Cartier gold-rimmed aviator bifocals, classic disco era. A pair of immaculate, brilliant-green Florsheim slipons, men's size 7, worn once yearly — on St. Patrick's Day — for more than three decades. Bathrobes still hanging on a hook. It's...
  • Jeweler opens in Town Center

    UNOde50 is open for business at Town Center at Boca Raton, offering a wide selection of watches, necklaces and other accessories for men and women. The jewelry line from Spain produces 50 units of each collection it launches, to offer customers...
  • Frank Tooley, city pioneer in Coconut Creek, dies at 93

    Francis "Frank" Tooley, a city pioneer for Coconut Creek and the husband of Vice Mayor Becky Tooley, died Wednesday at his home after suffering a heart attack. He was 93. "He was a very kind, loving, caring person," said Becky Tooley. "He was my best...
  • From boat rides to Nat King Cole, thanks, Dad, for the memories

    Nat King Cole was responsible for my favorite Father's Day memory. Dad's Alzheimer's had progressed to the severe stage, and he lost the ability to respond to his environment, carry on a simple conversation or even recognize names. I wanted to bring...