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What to do, see and lust over this season
An estimated 90,000 people flocked to Fort Lauderdale Beach for last year’s Tortuga Fest, but one fan favorite got unintentionally sandbagged for the second year in a row. Old Dominion hopes the third time’s the charm, as the country rockers are once again scheduled to blast out hits like “Break Up With Him,” “Snapback,” and “Song For Another Time.”
There’s a new gem on Oakland Park Boulevard, and the secret is out—Nisi serves up one mighty Mediterranean-inspired meal. Managing partner Andreas Tsavos helped launch the restaurant in September that replaced former Thasos Greek Taverna. Nisi, the Greek word for island, is designed with one vision in mind—“to do Greek the right way,” Tsavos says.
The legendary George Clinton is bringing the funk to the 2017 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival with hits like “Flash Light,” “Atomic Dog,” “Aqua Boogie,” and “One Nation Under a Groove.” Best known for disheveled rainbow dreadlocks, madcap stage antics, and an intergalactic persona, the “Godfather of Funk” will be among 100-plus artists taking the stage at the second annual Bonnaroo-like campout at Sunshine Grove from March 2-5.
It turned out that such stories were few and far between in South Florida, for all manner of reasons. Primarily, the magazine was geared to the good life of the many people who lived here only for the balmy winters.
Pantone’s Color of the Year is Greenery—a fresh, multi-seasonal color that symbolizes new beginnings. Revitalize your wardrobe with these style picks.
Naked Crab on Fort Lauderdale Beach is serving up some sexy-sounding seafood dishes.
By mixing heartbreak with science, South Florida’s love expert Dawn Maslar got a published book, a new career and a healthy relationship.
The fast-growing Flagler Village is welcoming its latest restaurant addition. Doc B's Fresh Kitchen, a Chicago-based eatery known for seasonal, house-made entrees, is now open in Fort Lauderdale, right next to the Fresh Market on North Federal Highway.
If you’re a seafood lover looking to add a new restaurant to your rotation, make it a point to visit Point Royal.