Soon after moving to South Florida, I discovered and fell in love with Hot & Soul, a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant in the back of the Coral Center Mall, across from Target on Federal and Oakland Park Blvd.
When I was a kid, reruns of the Three Stooges were on TV constantly. I wasn’t a big fan, but one particularly campy bit stands out in my memory.
I’ve dined in five-star restaurants and had elaborate multi-course meals that go for $350 a person, but sometimes there’s nothing that satisfies like a great sandwich and a bowl of soup from an authentic Kosher-style deli.
Morea, the restaurant on the ground floor of the Paramount apartments on A1A is from Lou, Joy and Amber Moshakos, the parent and daughter team of LM Restaurants, the same folks who own Oceanic in Pompano Beach and Two Georges at The Cove in Deerfield Beach.
Matchbox opened its first location in Washington, D.C., and quickly became known for brick oven pizzas, burgers, salads, and chef-inspired entrées, such as miso salmon and chimichurri steak fries.
Toronto-based Founder and CEO Steven Salm and Co-founder and Executive Chef David Lee founded Planta in 2016 to expand the accessibility and acceptability of plant-based dining.
Last week a storage facility in Oakland Park auctioned off several abandoned storage units — one of which belonged to a local consignment store owner who has been accused of ripping off his customers and stealing their goods.
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.
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.
Sensually aerobatic and sexually athletic, the performers of AirOtic amaze audiences.
South Florida Gay News celebrated its 12th anniversary June 2 with a party in Grieco Ford’s showroom in Fort Lauderdale.
It can be easy to plan a vacation, but what to do during that vacation is another story.
SFGN brought home four awards Saturday at the annual Sunshine State Awards ceremony that took place at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale.
South Florida Gay News brought home four Florida Press Club awards in their annual Excellence in Journalism contest for 2021.
The past can inform the present and shape the future. LGBT history isn’t taught in most schools, and the very subject is banned by some laws including Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay.”
(SS) Closures and construction this week:
Fort Lauderdale may be a sunny place to visit, but one study says it’s one of the least safe cities to live in.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau has launched a "Love is Love" initiative to marry both LGBT and straight couples from across the nation in an historic collective wedding ceremony.
Growing old gracefully is nice. But if you live long enough, at some point you will need some assistance.
Congregants returned to Sunshine Cathedral for the first Sunday services since learning about the hate-motivated attack directed at the church.
Queer superhero Super Gay donned her rainbow headpiece and cape, waving her light-up wand at Supercon attendees while decreeing: “Be queer. Arise. Be fabulous.”
LGBT activists left a very public message for Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler outside of City Hall last night.
On an exclusive isle off Las Olas Boulevard, members of the National LGBTQ Task Force gathered to raise money.
Congressman Ted Deutch is requesting funding for water infrastructure improvements in the cities of Fort Lauderdale, Oakland Park and Wilton Manors.
When walking into the Southern Comfort Conference, one was greeted with a sense of calm.
One day in early December 1974 a crowd of passengers lined up to board the cruise ship Renaissance docked in Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades. Typically there would be nothing exceptional about this sight.
The restaurant business is mercurial at best and the pandemic didn’t make things any easier. However, for every place that the pandemic shuts down, another seems to pop up in its place, like a game of restaurant Whack-A-Mole.
Fort Lauderdale is about to set sail with Pride! The second annual FLoatarama will feature more than 40 boats ranging from 10 to 65 feet along with the New River.
The name and location have changed, but the tradition remains the same.
Thousands of fitness enthusiasts gathered at Fort Lauderdale Convention Center over the weekend to share their passion for working out.
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