Adventures with BJ

BJ Golnick has traveled the world for the likes of the National Geographic Channel and Animal Planet – but he always comes home to Fort Lauderdale. read more >

Lauderdale for Locals

Summertime in Fort Lauderdale - when the tourists go home & we're left on our own. Down here though, the party never stops. And in the hot-and-sticky read more >

The Old Ways

The concept was simple: Go to three of Fort Lauderdale’s great longstanding restaurants and ask their head chefs to select and create a dish from Fort read more >

Mayo on Food

Mike Mayo arrived at the Sun-Sentinel in 1989, figuring he’d stay about five years. Nearly three decades later, he’s taken his reporter’s notebook eve read more >

From Beach Town to Downtown

Several hotel developers have pounced on opportunities to build in the downtown area, where a Hampton Inn and the historic Riverside Hotel have had th read more >

A Long Walk

Fort Lauderdale continues to experience rapid, sustained population growth. The question isn’t whether the city will continue changing into a more urb read more >

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Summertime in Fort Lauderdale - when the tourists go home & we're left on our own. Down here though, the party never stops. And in the hot-and-sticky month
BJ Golnick has traveled the world for the likes of the National Geographic Channel and Animal Planet – but he always comes home to Fort Lauderdale.
The concept was simple: Go to three of Fort Lauderdale’s great longstanding restaurants and ask their head chefs to select and create a dish from Fort Laud