It’s time to bend it like Beckham—or at least watch the pros do it. The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia this year on June 14, and ends on July 15. Need a place to cheer on your favorite teams? We’ve gathered together six places in Broward County to go for special World Cup deals and watch parties.
The Miami Marlins turn 25 this year, and the team is celebrating its birthday from June 8 to 10, with discounted tickets and goodies for the fans.
We’re all mad here—the NCAA March Madness brackets have been released. Games will begin March 13 for the men’s basketball tournament and March 16 for the women’s. We have come up with a list of some of the best deals Fort Lauderdale has to offer during March Madness.
Whether you’re rooting for the underdog, the Philadelphia Eagles, or cheering on Tom Brady to lead the New England Patriots to their sixth Super Bowl victory, one thing’s for sure: you can’t miss Super Bowl LII.
Bring on the cold beer, steaming fries and buckets of wings. Football season is back, and these South Florida restaurants are upping their game day experience with food and drink specials, massive TV screens and interactive games.
Louie Bossi’s on Las Olas Boulevard will hold its Bossi Bash Bocce Ball Championship on Aug. 29 from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Beachgoers might notice a giant volleyball sculpture on the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach's most prominent intersection, and there's an exciting reason for the new beachfront fixture. The sculpture's installment on Las Olas and A1A marks the return of the Swatch Beach Volleyball Tournament, an international sporting event that made its Fort Lauderdale debut in 2015.
Golf’s big-hitting personality, John Daly, is set to play at Boca’s Allianz Championship this month.
Coral Springs native Megan Davies is an expert in personal fitness. As the winner of “THE 20s”—a fitness reality show that awarded her the title of Beachbody Super Trainer—she offers tips to make 2017 the year for achieving a healthy lifestyle.