Features

Advertorial May/June 2017

Water goes well beyond the beach here, with over 300 miles of inland waterways that are perfect for boating, kayaking and sightseeing.

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May/June 2017 Also on Digital Edition

With help from Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., whose team of researchers determined this year’s list of Top Docs, we bring you the best of the best, who will be there for you in sickness and in health. With doctors in almost every specialty and subspecialty imaginable, this list is a keeper.

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by Melissa Puppo by Lyssa Goldberg by Alyssa Morlacci May/June 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Whether you’re looking to decompress with a relaxing spa treatment, reset with a new nutrition plan, or jump-start a fitness regimen, a stay at one of these 15 resorts is sure to get the job done with the best wellness offerings in South Florida.

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by Ben Wolford May/June 2017 Also on Digital Edition

HIV is a singular disease, but it affects an exponential amount of lives—especially here in South Florida. However, where there’s tragedy, there’s usually a group of organizations, scientists and supporters who are working to help. 

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by Bernard McCormick May/June 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The air show returns to Fort Lauderdale this year with a new name and new aircraft.

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by Alyssa Morlacci April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

To open a restaurant, it takes more than inheriting mom’s meatball recipe and finding a deal on a building lease. These three branding, marketing, promotions and social media experts are the overlooked factors in many local eateries’ success.

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April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

What do you get when you take a chef out of the kitchen and place him or her behind the bar?  Innovative cocktail recipes. These three South Florida culinary masters used their talents for creating dishes to influence their respective restaurants’ beverage menus. 

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by Victoria Fedden April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Writer Victoria Fedden visits Brazil, Japan and even Africa without ever leaving South Florida at these authentic, mom-and-pop eateries. 

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by Ben Wolford April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

To be food insecure is to not have access to a sustainable amount of nutritious food. To be food insecure is a reality for nearly 16 percent of people in Broward County.

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by Alyssa Morlacci April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida abounds with culinary creativity, proving when it comes to food, the sky is the limit. Discover 12 gluttonous, creative and exotic dishes that will wow your eyes and your taste buds.

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