We asked, you voted. This year’s definitive guide to the best of Fort Lauderdale includes the winners of categories from best beach bar, to best date night, to best grocer. Our year-long poll garnered more than 2,500 votes, so thank you to all who participated.
You know those family passports you filed away and locked up in the home office? Grab them, because this summer is about filling their pages with stamps. We’ve compiled 10 travel itineraries, not just for this year, but also for the years to come. We’re wary of calling this a “bucket list,” because while the phrase emphasizes that each trip is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, it also makes the goal crossing each item off. We hope you won’t simply draw lines through each number like a to-do list. We hope you try new foods, appreciate foreign architecture and discover other cultures. And most importantly, we hope you are moved. Not just by planes, buses and trains, but by the places you discover and the people you meet along the way.
Researchers wonder why the wild monkeys, escapees of a veritable primate prison, keep disappearing
There was Disneyland in California. The author recalls the early years of the original Disney theme park.
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.
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.
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.
The air show returns to Fort Lauderdale this year with a new name and new aircraft.
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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