Early Resident Special

The choices may have been limited in the old days, but people took quickly to dining out. read more >

Fresh Fish

The Marlins have put us through a lot over the years – even since they changed their name to Miami – but they’re still the home team we root, root, ro read more >

Singing on Sand

Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival returns to Fort Lauderdale Beach with big names and a timely message. read more >

Food Biz

We asked some veteran restaurateurs – and a couple of newbies – to tell us about their work and let us in on a few secrets. read more >

New Kid on the Dock

An executive chef by the time he was 24, Mohamed Khan is now, at 31, the head chef at Shooters Waterfront. “My goal,” he says, “is to make this place read more >

Kitchen Continental

A restaurateur put her classic, functional kitchen in the center of things – the Greek way. read more >

Mary Anne's Tan

A Short Story read more >

Springtime Serendipity

Lounging around can be just as amorous as it is casual. Dress capriciously and be bold. read more >

Tropical Subtroptical

What the Mango Gang joined together no one can really rend asunder. read more >

It’s All About the Horse

Whether you’re a rider or a spectator, equestrian activities are easy to find here. read more >

Writing Wrongs

Attorney William G. Crawford Jr.’s fascination with history led him to research Fort Lauderdale’s wade-ins. read more >

Henry Cole has won countless awards as a children’s book illustrator, but he hasn’t grown too big to talk to his readers. read more >

Greek Days

For one weekend every February a portion of Victoria Park is transformed into a festive Greek village. read more >

Michael Tatton hasn’t gone very far in life, in the geographic sense. He was born at Holy Cross Hospital, just down the street from Thai Spice, where read more >

While yachts offer luxury and jet skis give thrills, human-powered vessels provide exercise, a sense of exploration and the stealth to approach wildli read more >
What the Mango Gang joined together no one can really rend asunder.

A restaurateur put her classic, functional kitchen in the center of things – the Greek way.

We asked some veteran restaurateurs – and a couple of newbies – to tell us about their work and let us in on a few secrets.

Lounging around can be just as amorous as it is casual. Dress capriciously and be bold.
An executive chef by the time he was 24, Mohamed Khan is now, at 31, the head chef at Shooters Waterfront. “My goal,” he says, “is to make this place the b
A Short Story