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  • Hey, where's my refund?

    Hey, where's my refund?
    Matthew Del Bontago finds a better price on his seven-day, all-inclusive vacation and cancels his initial reservation. But more than eight weeks later there's no refund. What's taking so long? Q: I've read your columns frequently over the past several...
  • Aventura Mall's annual Chocolate Festival

    Aventura Mall's annual Chocolate Festival
    Chocolate Festival: Executive chefs Rick Chiavari from Turnberry Ocean Colony and Danny Malone from Turnberry Isle Miami will attempt to break the 313-pound Guinness world record for the largest chocolate mousse at Aventura Mall's annual Chocolate...
  • State attorney looking, but state lawmaker says he's just made 'rookie mistake'

    With the Broward County State Attorney’s Office examining his campaign finance reports, state Rep. Shevrin Jones, D-West Park, said Tuesday he’s retained an attorney. Ron Ishoy, spokesman for State Attorney Mike Satz said Tuesday the...
  • Luxury Boynton Beach rentals sell for $22.5 million

    Luxury Boynton Beach rentals sell for $22.5 million
    Peninsula on the Intracoastal, a 70-unit luxury rental in Boynton Beach, has traded hands for $22.5 million. The new owners, Pordes Acquisitions and Peninsula Boynton Property LLC, said Monday they will market the units for sale within the next month....
  • Boulis rival testifies against 'Little Tony' at murder trial

    Boulis rival testifies against 'Little Tony' at murder trial
    Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari admitted to participating in the 2001 murder of Miami Subs founder Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis, and threatened to kill the man who was feuding with Boulis over control of the SunCruz Casino boat fleet, jurors were told Friday....
  • Slow Burn Theatre stages "Next To Normal" in West Boca

    Slow Burn Theatre stages "Next To Normal" in West Boca
    Slow Burn Theatre’s production of “Next To Normal” is next to perfection. And what keeps the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical from hitting it on the spot is hardly the fault of this staging, which is shaped with sophistication and wit by...
  • Dr. Nan Van Den Bergh's story of survival

    Dr. Nan Van Den Bergh's story of survival
    Nan Van Den Bergh, Ph.D., was diagnosed with breast cancer on July 3, 2003. “I was six months late in getting a regularly scheduled breast exam and had been putting off the mammogram because of too many work-related responsibilities,” she...
  • Chocolate mousse world record broken in Florida

    Chocolate mousse world record broken in Florida
    It took 108 pounds of chocolate, 66 pounds of butter, 24 pounds of egg yolk, 20 pounds of sugar, 50 quarts of heavy cream and five gallons of milk to break the Guiness World Record for Largest Chocolate Mousse. The colossal confection was made this...
  • Bruce Springsteen, Josh Groban concert films in South Florida

    Bruce Springsteen, Josh Groban concert films in South Florida
    Bruce Springsteen and Josh Groban will test fans’ interest in watching a two-dimensional version their heroes with concert films on their way to a cinema near you. Groban’s “All That Echoes: Artist Cut” will screen in select...
  • Four years later, Fall Out Boy is on fire

    Four years later, Fall Out Boy is on fire
    Fall Out Boy always seemed to have a uncertain relationship to the “punk” label that critics applied to music on such early albums as “Take This to Your Grave” and “From Under the Cork Tree.” Slotted somewhere between...
  • Les Claypool of Primus and Dean Ween go fishing and drinking in Fort Lauderdale

    Les Claypool of Primus and Dean Ween go fishing and drinking in Fort Lauderdale
    If the guy in the rakish spectacles at the next table at Mezzaluna Wednesday night bore an uncanny resemblance to Les Claypool, it’s because that indeed was the Primus bass player and bon vivant tucking into the Italian supper specialties off the...