Against The Tide

In Fort Lauderdale, sea level rise isn’t just a political issue. read more >

In the Heart of the Port

Port Everglades is like a city — a bustling, economically important city. But who keeps the city running every day? read more >

Love has a Tide

Spring is both the season of love and the signal that summer is fast approaching. read more >

After Revolution, Before Starbucks

We’re entering a new era of U.S.-Cuba relations – one where more Americans will likely be able to visit the island. read more >

The Long Drop

Every spring, Steven LoBue leaves our flat city to travel the world, diving off cliffs. read more >

A [Bay] Colony of Spain

A vibrant villa in the heart of Fort Lauderdale puts you in mind of Europe. read more >

Big Mama’s Big Plans

A mother’s work is never done — just ask Fort Lauderdale’s Big Mama. read more >

The Final Act?

If opera is going to survive in Fort Lauderdale, the time to support it is now. read more >

The Next Generation

At Temple Street Eatery, they’ve got a new style built on an old foundation read more >

Defending the Fort

Several decades ago the Strikers won matches, packed Lockhart Stadium and belonged to Fort Lauderdale. read more >

Editor's Note: Portlandia

Portlandia read more >

The Broward to Miami Commute

More than 125,000 Broward residents commute to Miami-Dade every day, making it one of the nation’s busiest county-to-county commutes. read more >

Florida for Floridians

Great close-to-home deals now that the northerners are leaving us in peace. read more >

Getting Foodie & Funky in Oakland Park

Oakland Park hasn’t always been synonymous with gastronomic delights. But its growing culinary arts district is adding new flavor to the city. read more >

Print Perfect

Stand out this spring in a bold mix of tropical prints and patterns with dazzling hues. read more >

New River, Old Florida

Well known to anyone who boats New River, Little Florida is a lush, tropical gem. read more >

Troubles, then Triumph

Fort Lauderdale’s first Jews faced anti-Semitism, infighting and the 1926 hurricane. They endured. read more >

Wholly Helpful

Whole Foods Market’s ethos extends beyond its doors – all the way into Florida farmers’ fields and Kenyan villages. read more >

Tapping Into Success

Tap 42 founders Sean and Blaise McMackin are conquering Fort Lauderdale today, South Florida tomorrow, and after that … read more >

Hard Drive

Hard Drive read more >

With Your Own Two Hands

It’s fun to do it yourself, but it takes knowhow. read more >

Living in an Uptown World

Following an influential report, Fort Lauderdale wants to make the Cypress Creek area into an urbanized, walkable “uptown.” read more >

Seven Isles Stunner

A Mediterranean mansion that shines like moonlight on the Intracoastal. read more >

Castle & Countryside

Terry Ward stares down an owl, watches a sheep-herding dog at work and fails to land a salmon in an untamed corner of the Emerald Isle. read more >

New Life for an Old Favorite

Chef Fabiano Lazzari and owner Vicki Annecca are the creative duo behind Serafina’s new menu of Italian-Mediterranean recipes. read more >

The Sky and Fogg

The Pioneer Aviator who Gave our Airport its First Name. read more >

Boulevard Dreams

After its $15 million beautification, Sistrunk waits to become vibrant again. read more >

Retro Active

A cocktail with a little umbrella. A beer with a guy who once met Ted Williams. An open-topped ride over the New River, and history. A movie with popc read more >

Captain of His Own Ship

Chef Philip Darmon of Hardy Park Bistro read more >

Jamaica Our Way

A travel writer takes her nieces on a little adventure. read more >

The Forgotten Story

African-Americans have a proud and long-established (if little-talked-about) place in the history of our city. read more >

Our Future Is Here

Fast Forward Fort Lauderdale: Our Vision 2035 is not only moving ahead – some of its concepts are already visible. read more >

Road Stars

Some of the 2015 models that will turn people’s heads. read more >
In Fort Lauderdale, sea level rise isn’t just a political issue.
Port Everglades is like a city — a bustling, economically important city. But who keeps the city running every day?
Spring is both the season of love and the signal that summer is fast approaching.
We’re entering a new era of U.S.-Cuba relations – one where more Americans will likely be able to visit the island.
At Temple Street Eatery, they’ve got a new style built on an old foundation
Every spring, Steven LoBue leaves our flat city to travel the world, diving off cliffs.