Not Punting on Finance

Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry is known as an exciting young star on the field. read more >

Reinventing the Mall

Plans are in the works to redevelop the Galleria into a walkable, environmentally friendly transit hub with community spaces and residential read more >

The Good Ol’ Boys’ Hacienda

Red Crise’s Hacienda Village sounds like something out of a Hiaasen novel. It wasn’t. read more >

Executive Decisions

Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is an important economic force thanks to what happens both on and off the airfield. read more >

Luxury & Harmony

A Middle River waterfront home shows you can have the finer things while also being smart and sustainable. read more >

Wave on the Horizon

After several quiet years, Fort Lauderdale residents should hear more about the future Wave streetcar in 2016. read more >

Sky Hooked

Whether you’re a sushi aficionado or a Thai food newbie, Sky Thai Sushi has something to suit your palate. read more >

My Funny Valentine

An Editors Note read more >

Snow: Two Ways

snowy fun this winter - from an aunt-niece ski trip to Utah to feeling like a kid again. read more >

Outnumbered Locals

An Editors Note read more >

The Drive’s Lucky Number

Thirteen is a welcome addition to Wilton Drive’s thriving food-and-drink scene. read more >

Many Roads to Fitness

If you’re looking for a new gym, the choices can be baffling, and there’s no one right answer for everybody. read more >

From Busta to Bach

Black Violin is the creation of a pair of musicians who met at Dillard and make different kinds of music seem not so different after all. read more >

Into the Woods

Less than an hour’s train journey from central Paris, the Forest of Fontainebleau offers uniquely French joys. read more >

The Not-So-Painful Truth

Pain management can be a misunderstood part of medicine. read more >

Not From Around Here, Are Ya?

From pythons to lionfish to a few kinds of lizard, South Florida is invasive species’ favorite U.S. destination. That’s a problem. read more >

Ancient Snowbirds

The Tequestas, Southeast Florida’s first residents, were great fishermen who built a complex society – and got out of town every summer. read more >

New Year, New Suits

Serious enough for business, stylish enough for a wine tasting. A good suit is always in style. read more >

Going Large

An Idlewyld condo development is at the forefront of a trend towards size and luxury. read more >

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The holidays in Fort Lauderdale offer lots of fun and some unique traditions. read more >

Beyond Bimini

The new Boatyard takes a local favorite in a new direction. read more >

Island Living in Fort Lauderdale

Waterside luxury at its finest, perfect for entertaining alongside relaxing views. read more >

Growing up with The Nutcracker

The Christmas ballet tradition means so much to young aspiring dancers – as one Miami City Ballet dancer knows. read more >

Rhapsody in Gershwin

Richie Gerber pours his passion for George Gershwin into a personalized history of jazz. read more >

Major Lauderdale’s Fort

William Lauderdale beat the British, battled the Red-Stick Creeks and, in his final act, brought a battalion from the Smokies into the SE Fla swamps. read more >

Bicycles from the Heart

A Fort Lauderdale organization believes every kid ought to have access to two wheels. read more >

Building for the People

Margi Northard and her Glavovic Studio is at the forefront of a changing Fort Lauderdale. She got there by listening and learning. read more >

Learning Takes Center Stage

In recent years, arts education has often found itself on the back‑burner in U.S. schools. read more >

Finding El Dorado

Historically famous for its precious gems, Bogotá is now gaining a deserved reputation as a hip art-and-culture capital. read more >

Sea Change at Bahia Mar

All eyes are now on the massive planned redevelopment of its largest venue, Bahia Mar. read more >

The Bluffer's Guide to Yachting

Our editor, Erik Petersen, has some tips for people who have yachtie tastes and dinghy budgets. read more >

Boat World

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is an important time for marine industry companies to get together and show what they’ve got. read more >

Up the Creek with a Bottle

Today it’s part of a family-friendly state park, but Whiskey Creek earned its name through a colorful history. read more >

Friends with Boats

Yacht charters and boat clubs are great ways to get out on the water without having to worry about the boat back on land. read more >

Sailsmen of the Year

A team built by old high school buddies has become a dominant force in competitive sport-fishing. read more >

Shooters Aims Higher

The pool’s gone and the menu’s grown up, but Shooters remains a waterside legend in Fort Lauderdale. read more >

Young Guns

In an industry not always known for youthfulness, Young Professionals in Yachting has helped kick open some doors. read more >

Boat Dudes

Editors Note read more >

From Surf to Turf

Former boat captain Joe Potter traded in the seagoing life for one at a barbecue smoker. The result is tasty. read more >

Fall Forward

Fall Accessories read more >

Gifts to Float your Boat

The List read more >

Glitz & Glam

Leather and lace never looked so good. Show off your wild side with these bold looks, perfect for November in Fort Lauderdale. read more >

North by Northeast

Northeast Fort Lauderdale still has a more mid-20th century look than beachside areas further south. But change is coming. read more >

the Countryside Meets Fort Lauderdale Style

Bold lips, feminine textures, and captivating prints are perfect for October in Fort Lauderdale. read more >

Bewitched by New England Charm

Salem, MA, is a lovely old Northeastern town and a popular Halloween destination thanks to those witch trials. read more >

Sea Food, Beach Vibes

At the very end of Commercial Boulevard sits a longtime favorite that specializes in the food and flavors of Florida. read more >

Old Town, Young City

Fort Lauderdale is a place with a future – but also with a past. read more >

At Home in the Sky

Interior designer Steven G. created a warm and inviting three-story apartment home inside the tallest building in Broward. read more >

Guns, Muck & Yellow Fever

In Broward’s 100th year we look at the county’s colorful namesake. read more >

The Wild Fires of Passion

“Rock violinist” isn’t a description that fully explains what Randi Fishenfeld does, but it’s a decent start. read more >

A New Dawn in Sunrise

There’s a buzz around the new-look Florida Panthers read more >

Broadway off Broward Boulevard

The Broward Center and Broadway Across America have created a partnership that brings the Great White Way to Fort Lauderdale. read more >

The Great Outdoors

The weather’s cooling off, you’ve got your tent back out, it’s time to camp. read more >

Swamped with Offers

Buy property in the Everglades? In the early 20th century, many Northerners thought that sounded great. read more >

Fall into Fort Lauderdale Fashions

Get inspired with a tropical twist on classic autumn tones and trends, Fort Lauderdale style. read more >

The Old Tires and the Sea

In the 1970s, everybody thought it sounded like a great idea to dump tires into the ocean off Fort Lauderdale Beach. Spoiler alert: It wasn’t. read more >

Westbound and Down

Tips from DownUnder Adventure Company about the best ways to see Australia and New Zealand. read more >

Legend on the Intracoastal

Kim Bokamper sees good times ahead for restaurants, for Fort Lauderdale – and maybe even for the Dolphins. read more >

La Rénovation

Inside the La Rive condo designer, Reginald Dunlap transformed from dated kitsch to modern class. read more >

Wow Factor at the W

As the North Beach Village area around it changes and grows, W Fort Lauderdale Hotel & Residences are getting tens of millions of dollars read more >

The Stats and the Streets

In Fort Lauderdale and across the country, crime rates have plummeted. So why don’t we feel any safer? read more >

An Old World Place in a New World City

With a flair for eclectic elegance and Spanish cuisine, Chef Mario Flores has spent more than 12 years making Fort Lauderdale his home, read more >

Burnin’ & Smokin’

Today Randy Bernsen remains excited about the music he plays and the young guns he plays it with. read more >

Well You See, Officer......

Stranded in Fort Lauderdale read more >

A Case for Federal

Right now if Fort Lauderdale residents want to shop at Trader Joe’s – their nearest option is Boca Raton. But not for long read more >

As the International Swimming Hall of Fame departs Fort Lauderdale, debate is about what will replace it read more >

Skin in the Game

An elite new dermatology practice offers many services – and good advice on staying safe in a South Florida summer read more >

Home on the Fairway

A warm family home, perfect for entertaining. read more >
Plans are in the works to redevelop the Galleria into a walkable, environmentally friendly transit hub with community spaces and residential
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is an important economic force thanks to what happens both on and off the airfield.

An Editors Note

After several quiet years, Fort Lauderdale residents should hear more about the future Wave streetcar in 2016.

A Middle River waterfront home shows you can have the finer things while also being smart and sustainable.

Whether you’re a sushi aficionado or a Thai food newbie, Sky Thai Sushi has something to suit your palate.