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You can say we're having a grilled cheese moment. Our favorite childhood comfort food is suddenly commanding not just a spot on menus, but full-fledged restaurants. Last November, longtime Miami chef Allen Susser opened Daily Melt, a grilled...
Tags: Restaurants, Sandwiches, Midtown, Coral Springs, Tomatoes
A man who duped his friends in the Wilton Manors gay community into investing in a Ponzi scheme was sentenced Tuesday to a little more than three years in federal prison. James F. "Jim" Ellis worked as a pitchman for admitted fraudster George Elia,...
"Gen Silent," a documentary first screened in South Florida in August, sheds light on the issue of discrimination against LGBT people as they age and must live in care facilities. Now the one-hour film — which opens the doors of nursing home rooms...
Sun SentinelThe ranks of “Mayors for Freedom to Marry,” which supports same-sex marriage, have been growing. It includes 358 mayors from around the country. Just over a year ago, there were 178 mayors on the list. A total of 20 Broward and Palm...
Aztec Two-Step: Back in the day, the folk-rock duo made music that was inscrutable to the ear if you happened to be a volume-obsessed teenage boy. Their acoustic wanderings only seemed to make sense to dreamy-eyed girls. But if you could show that you...
First impression: Some people come for a taste of home. Others for a taste of something new. Bravo is a no-fuss, order-from-the-counter Peruvian joint that won't disappoint. The specialty is oversize sandwiches that are equal parts Peruvian and big-...
Tucked between a hair salon and a gift shop on bustling Las Olas Boulevard is a mysterious gated door with simple instructions: "Enter thru alley." Once you loop around the block and walks past the trash canisters that fill this back street, a rainbow...
A date for the showdown between Wilton Manors and the Broward County Office of Inspector General has been set. The IG's office has issued a handbook for local pols, and in it, Inspector General John Scott (and his ethics counsel Carol "Jodie" Breece),...
Q: New traffic signals were recently installed at the intersection of Powerline Road and Northwest 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The problem is the left lane signals don't last long enough to clear traffic. Before the signals were upgraded, the left...
Staff writerThree very different food festivals are set for the next few months. Boca Bacchanal, March 22-24, BocaBacchanal.com In it’s first ten years, Boca Bacchanal has raised more than $2.5 million for the Raton Historical Society & Museum. Featured...
Staff WriterBridging the chasm between being black and being gay comes "Blackout Weekend" from Black Gay Pride South Florida. On Thursday, Friday and Sunday there will be a spate of events held at the Pride Center, 2040 N. Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors. "It's...
Tags: Gay Pride South Florida, Arts, AIDS, HIV, Entertainment
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