Fort Lauderdale

  • Pride Fort Lauderdale’s Successful Beach Fest Marred By Stabbing  

    Following Fort Lauderdale’s first ever pride parade down A1A and a talent-packed block party on Las Olas, Sunday’s pride festivities moved to Fort Lauderdale Beach. The celebrations went on for hours, but the mainstage turned into a crime scene when two individuals were stabbed toward the conclusion of the festival.

  • Pride Takes Over The Drive

     

    Before sunglasses and speedos are dorned for the Fort Lauderdale Pride Parade and festival, folks had a chance to dress up and go out to a special Friday night on the drive.

  • Prime Gentlemen Form In Fort Lauderdale

    As social groups go the Fort Lauderdale Prime Gentlemen got their act together.

  • Queer Talk Comes To Fort Lauderdale

    Tyler Oakley, a YouTube celebrity, is scheduled to make an appearance Thursday evening in South Florida.

  • Rapid Results Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Comes to Fort Lauderdale

    There’s a particular phrase that gets under Ramin Bastani’s skin. And the aggravation can be more than just a mere annoyance when it comes to health care issues.

  • Regional ‘Escort of the Year’ Contest Saturday

    Actors have the Oscars. Musicians, the Grammys. But What About the Escorts?

  • Renowned Street Artist, Designer Continues to Make Difference

    As a young man in New York City, street artist Cey Adams could never have imagined where his gritty expressions on the walls of subway stations might take him. His works became regarded, along with the signature images of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, as the beginning of an important artistic movement.

  • Repurposing Begins On Vital Fort Lauderdale Street

    The cones are out on N.E. 13th Street as a long awaited project is coming to fruition.

  • Rick's Reviews: Beachfront Restaurants

    That time of year is coming; when “friends” you haven’t seen in years decide it would be a good time to visit you.

  • Rick's Reviews: Do You Pupusa? Local El Salvadorian Restaurants

    Central America’s El Salvador is flanked by the Pacific Ocean to the south, Guatemala to the northwest, and Honduras to the north and east. These influences, as well as that of Mexico farther north, results in a colorful and flavorful cuisine. Corn is a staple crop and naturally, is found in many dishes, as are other Central American staples; rice, beans, and tomatoes. You'll also find plenty of seafood, tropical fruits, and refreshing fruit-based drinks.

  • Rick's Reviews: Seoul Food, A Look At Korean Cuisine

    Can someone please explain to me why so many Korean restaurants are located in Lauderhill?

  • Rick's Reviews: Taco Tuesday

    Taco Tuesday is ubiquitous, but did you ever wonder about its origins? Other than the alliterative nature of the phrase, why is it Taco Tuesdays and not Wednesday or Mondays? Taco Tuesday is almost as common as Happy Hour and varies as much in its offerings. Well, it turns out that “Taco Tuesday” is a hotly debated commodity. 

  • Rick's Reviews: Taking it to the street!

    Kubo

    Asian Fusion Street Food and Sushi

    753 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale

    954-533-9017

    kuboasianfusionstreetfood.com

    What is it about sushi and South Florida? It seems as if every place serves sushi in addition to its main focus. There are places that brag “Thai & Sushi”, or “Asian Buffet & Sushi” I wouldn’t be surprised if Flanigan’s or Primanti Bros. started hawking sushi too.

  • Robert Joshua Conviction is Affirmed

    An appellate court decision has left convicted felon Robert Joshua with a bittersweet victory. The former owner of the popular ‘Joshua Tree’ gift shop on North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale was arrested on drug trafficking charges in 2009.

  • Rosie O'Donnell: My Daughter Is Missing

    UPDATE: Chelsea O'Donnell has been found. No details were given at this time.

    Rosie O'Donnell has posted on social media and her website that her daughter Chelsea is missing.

  • Sanctuary Church Officials Aim for Shops, Affordable Housing

    In an effort to “grow” their community, leaders of Sanctuary Church in Fort Lauderdale announced plans to redevelop their church site.

  • Scandals to Close Sunday After 13 Years

    Line dance fans will soon have to find somewhere else to do-si-do. After 13 years, Scandals Saloon is closing. Owner Ken Kelley announced the closure of the bar, located on Northeast 6 Avenue, on Facebook Monday.

  • Second Sex Offender Worked At Pride Center

    Robert Bryant came to work as a maintenance employee at the Pride Center at Equality Park in Wilton Manors on August 27, 2013, two years before the playground for children opened up there. He was terminated involuntarily on September 12, 2016, one year after it opened.

  • SFGNites: Opera, Wicked and More

  • Should Fort Lauderdale Pass a Non-Discrimination Ordinance?

    Activist Michael Rajner is accusing Fort Lauderdale mayoral candidates Vice Mayor Bruce Roberts and Commissioner Dean Trantalis of not supporting a non-discrimination ordinance to protect LGBT residents.