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  • Warnig files for Wilton Manors

    It's official now. Christopher Warnig, the young candidate with a colorful background, said he has filed to run for Wilton Manors City Commission. By 'colorful,' I'm referring to allegations by law enforcement that he was unlawfully posing as one of...
  • The marimba master

    The marimba master
    It's the official instrument of Guatemala, and Janis Potter plays the heck out of it. The instrument is the marimba, and Potter, from Tampa, will showcase it during a free concert 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hagen Park Community Center in Wilton Manors...
  • Tiny village gets little sympathy from Broward County commissioners

    Tiny village gets little sympathy from Broward County commissioners
    LAZY LAKE – Joseph Fodera and John Boisseau offered a litany of complaints Tuesday about the high cost and bureaucratic requirements of government regulation. The twist: it was one government complaining about what another government is doing to...
  • Candidate Warnig withdrawing from county race

    Candidate Warnig withdrawing from county race
    And then there were two. Chris Warnig, a candidate for Broward County Commission in the race for Chip LaMarca's seat, is withdrawing from the District 4 contest. Warnig, a Democrat, is setting his sights on a local race instead. He'll run for Wilton...
  • "Respect: A Musical Journey of Women" returns to South Florida

    "Respect: A Musical Journey of Women" returns to South Florida
    If “Respect: A Musical Journey of Women” comes off a little like a musical revue morphed from a lecture, well, then that is because essentially it is. Staged at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center with competency, if not panache, by the...
  • Nonprofit center for girls inspires both mother and daughter

    Fourteen-year-old Katherine M. wears her new outlook on the back of her PACE Center for Girls T-shirt: "Keep calm and use your voice." Before she enrolled at PACE nearly two years ago, "I had a horrible attitude. I would express my feelings in the wrong...
  • Wilton wonderland

    Wilton wonderland
    On Saturday in Wilton Manors, a traditional fundraising event will be followed by a not-so-traditional one. The second annual Santa's Fun Run/Walk and Sleigh Race will begin at 8 a.m. While many nonprofits are turning to 5K runs to raise money, this...
  • Broward tourism officials aim to build on LGBT success

    Greater Fort Lauderdale has come a long way since officially rolling out the rainbow carpet to gay and lesbian travelers in 1996. Back then tourism officials spent $35,000 on gay marketing. Today that marketing budget is about $750,000 and is aimed at...
  • 'Cool': The Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is back

    'Cool': The Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is back
    Mark Gilbert expects you'll meet a pair of gay best friends at the Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The first is "G.B.F," the festival's curtain-raiser concerning the hottest fashion accessory among status-seeking teen queens at a high...
  • Curtain up for Delray Square

    Curtain up for Delray Square
    Theater, like everything else, is all about location, location, location. That is the case of Delray Square Performing Arts, a new non-Equity stage theater that opened on the site of a defunct cinema fourplex on West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach....
  • Wilton Manors candidate brings back the campaign jingle

     
    allowfullscreen> So you thought the campaign jingle was a thing of the past? Something you'd find in the presidential campaigns of Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, but not something you'd expect to hear in these days of push-polls, robo-calls and...