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— For a born entertainer like Russell Rand, the unoccupied seat at a piano was an open invitation. So he took it. Wearing a black top hat and belting out Beatles tunes, Rand drew a scattering of applause from those who stopped by Sunday for the...
Tags: Paul McCartney, Fort Lauderdale, Music, Arts, Arts and Culture
The future site of the Flagler Garden, destined to be a hub for all manner of earnest conviviality and creativity in downtown Fort Lauderdale, will have its first event on Sunday with Grow Downtown. The afternoon of live music from the Bonfires...
Saturday, April 20 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Bass Buddies: Painting Like the Masters. Designed for children 4-6, art class allows participants to explore their creative side with painting, drawing or sculpting and may include a science experiment, museum...
Q: When is the next milestone for the Interstate 595 reconstruction? Progress seems to be somewhat stagnant as of late. George Kaspriske, Plantation A: The new westbound off-ramp to Pine Island Road will open in the next few weeks. The new ramp begins...
Even when the winds are favorable, the time-honored sport of standup paddleboarding can still be a rough pastime for an athlete. It can also be silly, which may be why at least four of the 48 expected standup paddleboarders competing at Sunday's Battle...
Tags: Autism, Fort Lauderdale
For years there's been talk of moving the federal courthouse from its current spot on Broward Boulevard and Northeast Third Avenue in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Judges have complained about the layout of the building -- designed before new federal...
Q: How do traffic maps on the Internet and mobile traffic apps get their data? Does it come from the roadside traffic cameras, satellite GPS or cellphone tower signals that measure speed and distance? Who's watching us? Mary Lou Cruz, Miami A: The...
We’ve got nothing against DJs. We’ve got friends who are DJs. I think my son’s old orthodontist used to be a DJ. But, man, you can’t turn around without tripping over one this week. Here’s some stuff to do that has nothing to...
FORT LAUDERDALE In a few years, downtown drivers should be able to park their cars and ride the rails instead. Broward County on Tuesday gave final approval to run "The Wave," a $142 million electric streetcar system that initially will travel a small...
We have a secret to share. The Fort Lauderdale Garden's Club's annual Secret Garden Tour is Saturday. So put on your comfortable shoes and walk behind the gates at Fort Lauderdale's most-prestigious addresses to peer at spectacular waterfront gardens....
Some good news for the Broward school district: 12 teachers are getting grants worth a total of $14,000 to fund classroom projects that teach students about energy. The grants are sponsored by Florida Power & Light Company's 2013 Teacher Grant Program....
A swarm of rubber ducks wearing sunglasses will turn Fort Lauderdale's New River into an unruly, bobbing sea of yellow during Saturday's Duck Fest Derby. To be exact, 15,000 ducks will float along the banks of Esplanade Park, each one "sponsored" by a...
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