As the temperatures rise and crowds fall, the restaurant industry, already hit hard by the pandemic, struggles to bring in business during the off-season
It may be hard to come up with a reason to give thanks for the “blessings” of 2020.
Smarter than the average bear may have been the catchphrase for the cartoon character Yogi Bear, who always managed to outwit the park ranger, but it could also describe the Bears of South Florida.
St. Patrick’s Day is that one time of the year when everyone’s got a little Irish in them.
One of the things I will miss most this holiday season is large holiday potlucks.
Love conquers all, even COVID fears, or so hope these area eateries and hotels offering special deals for lovebirds looking for a break from self-quarantine.
Valentine’s Day is one of the hospitality industry’s busiest days.
Cinco de Mayo is a day to celebrate Mexican heritage and Pride, but mostly it’s a great reason to party!
OneTable, a national non-profit that empowers young adults (21-39ish) to find, share, and enjoy Shabbat dinners, announced the launch of the Pride Shabbat initiative to celebrate Pride Month and the LGBT community.
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Our excellent weather provides numerous opportunities to enjoy an al fresco meal; as an upcoming event and a new dining destination attest.
One of the joys of fall has always been the tailgate parties before football games, or gathering at someone’s home to watch the game and share some treats.
Three transportation projects were green-lighted by the Wilton Manors commission, part of an overall effort to advance mobility plans for better pedestrian connectivity.
A slice of Mediterranean life has wedged itself into a corner on Las Olas.
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