Once upon a journalistic time— the 1970s—South Florida newspapers were among the most successful in the country. The Miami Herald, owned by the Knight Ridder company, had a statewide presence, with several bureaus, and influential readers in most major Florida cities. In Broward County alone it had a staff of 70 based in an office on Sunrise Boulevard.
The spirit of the holidays fills the air, from twinkling lights lining the streets to carols piping through the stores as shoppers are out in full force finding the perfect presents. I love this time of year—festivities filling almost every day of the week from now until the first of the year. I adore spending time with family and old friends; dressy parties, gastronomic indulgences and giving to those less fortunate.
A Delray Beach couple brings the nostalgia of root beer floats to an old-school pharmacy.
When it’s time to graduate to collecting quality art, here is your guide on how to do it right
The eponymous Crazy Uncle Mike’s opened this fall at the hands of serial restaurateur and nightlife entrepreneur Mike Goodwin.
New American dishes with a Latin flair