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 >

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 >

Mr. Birch's Gift

For seven decades, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park has stood alone, a slice of Old Florida amid a new and renewed Fort Lauderdale. read more >

We The People

When The Restaurant People began in the mid-’90s with a single Himmarshee spot, the Fort Lauderdale restaurant scene looked quite different than it do read more >

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When The Restaurant People began in the mid-’90s with a single Himmarshee spot, the Fort Lauderdale restaurant scene looked quite different than it does to
For seven decades, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park has stood alone, a slice of Old Florida amid a new and renewed Fort Lauderdale.
Beach and ocean pollution is a major issue, with plastic bags and polystyrene cited as two of the biggest culprits. Now though, cities and residents are fi
When you live with the ocean and natural Florida, it can be possible to forget their beauty and uniqueness. But fear not; Joey Waves is here to help. Few a
In three decades, the Fort Lauderdale-based Billfish Foundation and its army – navy? – of angler volunteers have done vital work helping to preserve some o
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