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  • Last-minute Mother's Day gifts and freebies

    Last-minute Mother's Day gifts and freebies
    Mother's Day has arrived! I've rounded up freebies and fun things to do with the lady in your life, from free visits at South Florida attractions to dining deals and flower offers. I also have ways to save on last-minute gifts too, so you can let Mom...
  • Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day

    Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day
    I love coupons and everyone knows it. They're often left on my desk in the newsroom by anonymous benefactors, or tucked in my mailbox by neighbors and friends. One Sunday many Mays ago, I hit the mother lode when my youngest son, Ryan, 8 at the time,...
  • Miami restaurants celebrate National Burger Month

    Miami restaurants celebrate National Burger Month
    May is National Burger Month and Miami restaurants are showing off their burger prowess. At Michael Mina 74 (4441 Collins Ave., Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 877-326-7412, Fontainebleau.com/web/dining/Michael_Mina_74), each week will bring a different...
  • Wings For Life raises awareness, funds for spinal cord injuries

    Wings For Life raises awareness, funds for spinal cord injuries
    SUNRISE Haley Chura has participated in so many different types of races, she's lost count. Sunday morning however, she competed in a race like no other. Chura and 882 others ran in the inaugural Wings for Life World Run outside the BB&T Center. The...
  • James Patterson delivers cash to independent bookstores

    James Patterson delivers cash to independent bookstores
    This week, novelist James Patterson started doing something many an author has secretly dreamed of doing: he’s giving back to the bookstores that made it possible for him to be an author in the first place. Making good on a promise he made last...
  • Will Florida's Jeb be the third Bush president?

    Will Florida's Jeb be the third Bush president?
    Jeb Bush will get the question Friday, but don't expect a definitive answer. Bush will say something. But his speech and Q&A session won't provide a "yes" or "no" about the former Florida governor's plans for 2016, forcing everyone to continue reading...
  • Plastic surgeons making house calls 'ideal for S. Florida'

    Plastic surgeons making house calls 'ideal for S. Florida'
    The typical plastic surgery patient fights traffic and sits in a waiting room to discuss an upcoming facelift or breast augmentation with a doctor. But one class of clientele is taking those appointments in style — by welcoming a private-duty...
  • Rick Scott ducks questions about campaign controversy at Broward appearance

    Rick Scott ducks questions about campaign controversy at Broward appearance
    Gov. Rick Scott, headlining a ceremonial ribbon cutting for Interstate 595 express lanes that opened two days ago, attracted a large media contingent on Friday. Political reporters, not transportation scribes, came to the Davie event – Scott&...
  • Eat like a king on pauper's pay during happy hour

    Eat like a king on pauper's pay during happy hour
    Happy hour is the new early bird. Many of South Florida's finest restaurants offer five-star dining at two-star prices during social hours in the bar. So get happy. It's 5 o'clock somewhere. Try Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Truluck's, Cut 432 and the...
  • In Coral Gables, singing those down-home Bavarian blues

    In Coral Gables, singing those down-home Bavarian blues
    It was inevitable that Harald Neuweg would become one of South Florida’s leading crusaders for the music of Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Koko Taylor, having come of age in the blues hotbed of St. Agatha, Austria. “And now, I am in the...
  • Weekend preview: Pink beer and other bodaciousness

    Weekend preview: Pink beer and other bodaciousness
    For Stout Sports Bar and Grille owner Simon Kearney, there’s no time like now to raise money for the fight against breast cancer — or to raise a blazing pink, 28-foot LED cherry blossom tree outside his Oakland Park pub. Kearney, who has two...