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  • Dining Scene: From blue prawn bruschetta to Caprese salad

    Dining Scene: From blue prawn bruschetta to Caprese salad
    Brass Tap 9651 Westview Drive, Coral Springs, 954-227-1823, BrassTapBeerBar.com A couple of weeks after opening the third South Florida branch of this Tampa-based craft beer and wine bar in the Magnolia Shoppes, owners Bryan and Ashley Taylor have...
  • Delray launches guide for downtown business owners

    Delray launches guide for downtown business owners
    Downtown Delray business owners who have questions about city rules now have a place to find all the answers: The ‘Practical Guide for Downtown Delray Beach Businesses.’ The Downtown Development Authority, a special taxing district...
  • Trader Joe's opening May 16 in Wellington

    Trader Joe's fans, let the countdown begin. The wildly popular grocer has set a May 16 opening date for its Wellington store, at 2877 S. State Road. Trader Joe's is known for having a widespread, loyal following passionate about the grocer's...
  • Medical mystery in the surgical suite

    Medical mystery in the surgical suite
    'Doing Harm' By Kelly Parsons. St. Martin's Press, 351 pages, $25.99 Kelly Parsons' highly entertaining debut delves deep into the ethics and competitiveness of the medical profession while exploring why doctors choose their careers. "Doing Harm" starts...
  • A bag of money and a lot of questions

    A bag of money and a lot of questions
    'Everything to Lose' By Andrew Gross. Morrow, 336 pages, $26.99 Who hasn't thought that a bag of money could solve a lot of problems? But it's also prudent to remember that money can be the root of evil, as the adage goes. Hilary Blum knows that money...
  • Delray walkers and bikers push for more sidewalks

    Delray walkers and bikers push for more sidewalks
    Members of three Delray Beach resident-driven groups with the same mission — adding more sidewalks to city streets — asked commissioners to stop allowing people to delay installing them. Week after week, commissioners grant deferrals on...
  • Noticias de restaurantes del sur de Florida

    Beauty & The Feast Bar | Kitchen (Atlantic Hotel & Spa, 601 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-567-8070, Society8.com) Después de cambiar su concepto hace unos meses, East End Brasserie dejó de existir y los dueños del hotel se han...
  • Remembering the Shoah

    Holocaust Remembrance Day will be observed throughout South Florida on April 27. Several local commemorations, candle lighting ceremonies and events will take place in Palm Beach County. "It's a day to honor the victims of the Holocaust," said Norman...
  • MUSIC

    MUSIC
    Ukulele: Hawaii might be more than 4,000 miles away from South Florida, but you can get a feel for it every month at the ukulele get-together in Delray Beach. Beginners and experienced players can join to strum and sing along. All the songs for the...
  • Bacon-wrapped meatloaf is great comfort food

    Bacon-wrapped meatloaf is great comfort food
    Q: My wife and I were at Burt & Max's and thoroughly enjoyed their Bacon-wrapped meatloaf. A great comfort food that may not be too hard for me to make given my meager cooking skills. Can you get and publish their recipe? — Jerry Harmatz, Boca Raton...
  • Hot coffee case was no frivolous lawsuit

    An April 14 letter critical of frivolous lawsuits cited the much-publicized McDonald's coffee case as a prime example. I agree that there are too many frivolous suits, but the McDonald's case (Liebeck vs McDonald's) is not one of them. I recall...