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 >

The Abreu Legacy

Architect Francis Abreu was only in Fort Lauderdale for a short time in the 1920s, but he created some of the city’s greatest buildings. Now some of h read more >

A Sense of (Las Olas) Place

A new building next to the Riverside Hotel promises to fulfill a need while fitting in with the city’s shopping and dining main drag. read more >

In the Zona

A few “gamblers at heart” helped built a town in a swamp. Then the horses came. read more >

Wood of Ages

Thanks to expertise honed over the years, Old Florida Lumber Company gives new life to old wood. read more >

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Thanks to expertise honed over the years, Old Florida Lumber Company gives new life to old wood.

A few “gamblers at heart” helped built a town in a swamp. Then the horses came.

A new building next to the Riverside Hotel promises to fulfill a need while fitting in with the city’s shopping and dining main drag.

Architect Francis Abreu was only in Fort Lauderdale for a short time in the 1920s, but he created some of the city’s greatest buildings. Now some of his wo

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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.