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Sun SentinelThe ranks of “Mayors for Freedom to Marry,” which supports same-sex marriage, have been growing. It includes 358 mayors from around the country. Just over a year ago, there were 178 mayors on the list. A total of 20 Broward and Palm...
More than fifty years after it was established, Lauderhill is working on a museum that intends to preserve the city's history. The Lauderhill Historical Preservation Committee, which was formed in April last year, has been collecting items that pertain...
Tags: Human Interest, Arts and Culture, Museums
Hey, lush! Here are some drinking events at which you can get discounted, unlimited or free drinks over the next two weeks. BROWARD Girls vs. Boys opening tasting: Friday, March 8, Bear and Bird Boutique and Gallery debuts its gendered exhibit with...
Tax increases work. Controversial projects help. Scandal is best. Without drama to get people riled up, it's hard to attract voters to March elections such as the Tuesday contests in 23 cities, towns and villages in Broward and Palm Beach counties....
The voting rights rally in Fort Lauderdale, one of 23 held throughout the state on Tuesday, attracted a few dozen protesters. The effort was aimed at “trying to build some momentum” on behalf of efforts to change state election law, said...
Tags: Voting, Rick Scott, Fort Lauderdale, Executive Branch, Politics
It's officially mudbug season, people, so get ready to suck some heads. We mean, of course, the heads of boiled crawfish, those succulent critters that resemble tiny lobsters but pack rich, yellow juices in their noggins and Cajun-seasoned meat in their...
Tags: Music, Fort Lauderdale, Entertainment
Sun SentinelFort Lauderdale has been named a finalist for the 2013 All-America City Awards that will be announced in Denver in June. The city is one of 20 communities invited to the awards ceremony. The other Florida invitees are Miami Lakes and Sarasota County....
Sure, Peter Williams wanted top musical acts at his festival. But he also wanted an activity that would transport Jamaicans back to their homeland. He thought of kites. "When we were kids in Jamaica, we didn't go buy toys," says Williams, organizer of...
Tags: Music, Festive Events, Justin Bieber, Culture, Arts and Culture
My colleague Lisa J. Huriash has an obituary this morning on former Lauderhill councilman Buddy Clark. Read it here.
If the idea of bounding onstage in a Pikachu costume and singing the theme song to "Sailor Moon" this weekend at the Morikami Museum's Hatsume Fair sounds daunting, well, we hear you. And so does the Morikami, whose new anime karaoke will debut on a stage...
You know the thrill of seeing a candlelit birthday cake carried to the table? I guarantee that's how you'll feel when one of the fire-log-size dosai — white lentil and rice crepes — makes its way from the kitchen at Woodlands in Lauderhill....
Hey, you’re a cool parent. Not an eye-rolling source of embarrassment for your kids. Oh, you are? Well, “Yo Gabba Gabba” creator Christian Jacobs knows what you mean. And he’s about the coolest dad ever. Way back before he...
Tags: Bunny (music group), Gulfstream Park, Easter, YMCA, Arts
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