Before Dine Out Lauderdale launches on Aug. 15, take the opportunity to try some of Miami's best restaurants during Miami Spice. The restaurant promotion, which runs from Aug. 1 to Sept. 30, lets locals and visitors enjoy prix fixe lunches ($23) and dinners ($39) at the hottest restaurants in the area.
Between photos of clear skies and even clearer waters, we're used to seeing snapshots of South Florida in all shades of blue. But one Broward photographer has set out to capture the area's typically colorful scenery in black and white.
The first of five Wawa convenience stores coming to Broward County broke ground on Wednesday in Pompano Beach. It will be located at the intersection of Federal Highway and Sample Road and should be open for business by spring 2017.
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