History With a Future

The riverside Bryan homes are among Fort Lauderdale’s most important historic buildings. And after years of neglect, they’re getting new life. read more >

Ever Vigilant

A Fort Lauderdale company is becoming an international leader in oral cancer prevention. read more >

Not Silent, Not Alone

Amy Daumit suffered in an abusive relationship for nearly 20 years. Today she works to help people find a different way. read more >

Blueprint For Rentals as Condo Craze Cools

Flagler 626 may prove a pivotal project for Fort Lauderdale’s residential real estate development. A 12-story residential building planned in Flagler read more >

Gym Time

AH, JANUARY, when it gets tough to find a parking space anywhere around a gym. read more >

Colonial Style, Caribbean Charm

This Seven Isles home represents a style with a long history that’s hot right now in Fort Lauderdale. read more >

The Graduate Maker

Clarence Walker fought for black students at a time when they were denied even the right to attend a full four years of high school read more >

Undefeated Sam Jones

A famous Seminole leader read more >

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The riverside Bryan homes are among Fort Lauderdale’s most important historic buildings. And after years of neglect, they’re getting new life.

A Fort Lauderdale company is becoming an international leader in oral cancer prevention.

Amy Daumit suffered in an abusive relationship for nearly 20 years. Today she works to help people find a different way.

In terms of adrenaline, initiative and pure will, few feats test humans like attempting to catch a train you look set to miss.

Becoming Broward

William Cooley’s name is synonymous with one of the grisliest acts in local history. But there’s more to his story than the massacre