Defending the Fort

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

Snark and Sensibility

When Kathy Griffin comes to one of her favorite venues, be prepared for anything. read more >

Hard Drive

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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 >

Spring Awakening

Brilliant corals and tropical prints enliven the cool country club whites and nautical navy blues of any coastal wardrobe. read more >

The Head and The Heart

We know about heart problems’ link to obesity and inaction. An expert explains a lesser-known link to stress and grief – broken heart syndrome. read more >

Dog’s Best Friend

Cesar “The Dog Whisperer” Millan doesn’t whisper when it comes to talking about what dog owners get wrong – and how to make things right. read more >

Where the Boys Were

A look back at the time when baseball royalty maintained a spring palace off Commercial Boulevard. 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 >

You Go Grrls!

Roller derby gives women a sense of empowerment — and cool nicknames. read more >

Flashback

In the spirit of retrospective, we revisit some of our favorite fashions from the recent past. read more >

Color Palace

This ’80s pad turned contemporary masterpiece bursts with color and unique design elements. read more >

A Farewell to Gluten

What you need to know about celiac disease, wheat allergies and America’s most hated protein. read more >

Grace and Fire

The life and opinions of a public defender. 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 >

Mars Meets Venus

In gender bending fashion for the 21st century, black power suits combine with feminine accessories for a touch of elegance and a glimmer of mystery. read more >

The Play’s the Thing

Live theater is alive and well in Broward. read more >

The Self-Made Chef

Angelo Elia’s Tuscan-style Italian cuisine is loved by legions of Floridians and tourists who’ve dined at one or more of his seven Casa D’Angelo and D read more >

Oh, the Library You’ll See!

After a long renovation, Broward County Main Library is leading the way in innovation. read more >

The Thais and I

He spent his time in northern Thailand visiting temples and getting to know the neighbors. So what was the deal with the Greco-Thai dancing? read more >

Beach House

A renovated, “Great Bones” gem. read more >

The Compound That Became a Canvas

The birth and survival of the Bonnet House. read more >
Great close-to-home deals now that the northerners are leaving us in peace.
Oakland Park hasn’t always been synonymous with gastronomic delights. But its growing culinary arts district is adding new flavor to the city.
Stand out this spring in a bold mix of tropical prints and patterns with dazzling hues.
Tap 42 founders Sean and Blaise McMackin are conquering Fort Lauderdale today, South Florida tomorrow, and after that …

Editor's Note:Hard Drive

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