Pompano Rising

Long thought of as a sleepy neighbor where not much changes, Pompano Beach is riding a wave of successes amid ambitious development plans. read more >

The Next Big Thing

Miami-Dade has an established entrepreneurial community. But Broward is catching on and catching up when it comes to attracting and keeping the peopl read more >

Straight Down the Middle

In Fort Lauderdale, watersports aren’t just an ocean thing. read more >

Singapore Bling

Far Eastern British Colonial flair in east Fort Lauderdale. read more >

Live Music & Happy Hour

Whether it’s sexy jazz or stomping dance music, sometimes you need some tunes to go with your dinner or adult beverage. read more >

Surf & Sand

The crowds are thinning out and the sun is heating up. Throw your cares aside and throw on that slinky bikini you’ve been waiting all winter to wear. read more >

Land, Air and Sea-ttle

A Seattle vacation’s best spent in action, exploring on foot or maybe in a kayak. read more >

Hooked On The Fisheries

Chef Lenny Judice came on board and introduced his Caribbean flare and global cuisine to the Fisheries upscale upstairs and casual dockside menus. read more >

The Long Road to the Port

Local farmers demanded it, the 1926 hurricane postponed it, and President Coolidge forgot about it. But eventually, Fort Lauderdale got a port. read more >

Live On the River

After a sparsely attended debut in 2013 and a year off in 2014, Lauderdale Live is back, and organizers think the music festival’s new incarnation i read more >

Gifts for Grads

Let the tears commence. It’s time to celebrate our 2015 graduates as they leave the formative years behind and enter the adult world. Best of luck! read more >

Man Up

Out-of-the-ordinary Father’s Day gifts for the extraordinary dad. read more >

Against The Tide

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

The Theory of Orange

From one Fort Lauderdale studio a little more than five years ago, Orangetheory Fitness has spread across the U.S. and internationally. read more >

Mario’s Big Number

When Mario Cantone brings his show “On the Way to Broadway” to Parker Playhouse, expect jokes … plus songs, dance and most likely a Liza Minnelli impr read more >

Beach Culture

A new initiative aims to give artists and musicians space to be creative by the beach. read more >

The Juicing Jam

What are the pros and cons of a diet dominated by juices? 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 >

#PROJECT LAUDERDALE

Reclaimed Table 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 >
Miami-Dade has an established entrepreneurial community. But Broward is catching on and catching up when it comes to attracting and keeping the people who
Long thought of as a sleepy neighbor where not much changes, Pompano Beach is riding a wave of successes amid ambitious development plans.
A Seattle vacation’s best spent in action, exploring on foot or maybe in a kayak.

From one Fort Lauderdale studio a little more than five years ago, Orangetheory Fitness has spread across the U.S. and internationally.

Chef Lenny Judice came on board and introduced his Caribbean flare and global cuisine to the Fisheries upscale upstairs and casual dockside menus.

After a sparsely attended debut in 2013 and a year off in 2014, Lauderdale Live is back, and organizers think the music festival’s new incarnation is bui