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  • Bicyclists should have license plates

    I believe every bicycle should have a license plate, if motorists have to share the road with them. They run red lights, stop signs, etc. The other night, on narrow Las Olas Boulevard going west to 15th Avenue, a cyclist hit our car with his fist. It...
  • Saturday's Bulletin Board

    Saturday Ally's Corner: Building Power Lunches, 2 to 4 p.m. at Whole Foods Market, 2000 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Free. Call 954-398-2000. Bazaar/Flea Market, 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 1955 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort...
  • Sunday's Bulletin Board

    Sunday Back to School Bash & Kids Lunch Giveaway, 1 to 3 p.m. at Whole Foods Market, 810 University Drive, Coral Springs. Free. Call 954-753-8000. Big Sky Concert, 7 p.m. at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, 5550 NW 40th St. Free. Call 954-977-6700....
  • Upgrades planned at 200-plus railroad crossings; here's what you need to know

    Safety improvements are coming to more than 200 railroad crossings in many of the coastal downtowns from Miami to West Palm Beach — so don't be surprised if you this fall start seeing construction work altering your commute. New lights, gates,...
  • A setting in search of some action

    A setting in search of some action
    'Haunted' By Randy Wayne White. Putnam, 356 pages, $26.95 Randy Wayne White has built a legacy exploring Florida's history and ecology. But an evocative look at Florida and its often ignored role in the Civil War can't make up for a lack of action in...
  • Lobster divers need to check multiple spots

    Lobster divers need to check multiple spots
    Unlike past regular lobster seasons, divers have had to work hard to catch their share of bugs since the season began last week. Typically, the beginning of the regular season, which opens Aug. 6 and runs through March 31, is pretty good, with plenty of...
  • Third straight AVP Tour title for Ross-Walsh Jennings

    The Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Salt Lake City Open women's tournament had the same ending as the first two stops of the 2014 AVP tour: a victory for the top-rated team of U.S. Olympians April Ross and Kerri Walsh Jennings. Ross (Costa Mesa) and...
  • 12 mujeres Hispanas que se distinguen en el sur de Florida

    12 mujeres Hispanas que se distinguen en el sur de Florida
    Son madres, empresarias, médicas, filántropas, oficiales de policía, religiosas… con sus propias obligaciones, pero con un común denominador: son mujeres hispanas que se destacan por su compromiso con la sociedad en la que viven y la comunidad a la...
  • West Boynton man, 18, identified as fatal bike crash victim

    West Boynton man, 18, identified as fatal bike crash victim
    An 18-year-old bicyclist has been identified as the victim of a fatal crash in West Boynton on Wednesday, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Investigators said Jesus Frias of West Boynton was riding south on the sidewalk on the east...
  • For Broward County School Board: Brunson, Mayersohn, Levinson, Rupert and Sakhnovsky

    District 1: Felicia Brunson offers fresh eyes, energy In the Broward County School District 1 race, voters will choose between a veteran incumbent and a rising star. They should aim high and choose the latter: Felicia Brunson. District 1 covers...
  • Beach Day: New album an exciting collection of retro echoes

    Beach Day: New album an exciting collection of retro echoes
    There is no mistaking Hollywood-based, indie-rock duo Kimmy Drake and Skylar Black’s affection for sunny fun at the shore: Onstage they call themselves Beach Day. And while their second album, “Native Echoes,” due out on Kanine Records...