Articles Posted by Eric Barton

by Eric Barton Oct 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Unexpectedly thrown into a new industry, Beverly Raphael, CEO of RCC Associates, went out and built everyone’s favorite hot spots.

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by Eric Barton Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The bully from the Oscar-winning film now hopes fame can pull him up and out.

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by Eric Barton Apr 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Chef Dean Bergman, who got his start at ARC Broward, proves his merit at one of Fort Lauderdale's finest restaurants.

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by Eric Barton Dec 2018 Also on Digital Edition

When it’s time to graduate to collecting quality art, here is your guide on how to do it right

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by Eric Barton Nov 2018 Also on Digital Edition

After a tragedy comes an overwhelming, undeniable groundswell for something better

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by Eric Barton Jul 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Late at night, adventurers search the Glades for the last clues of failed pioneers.

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by Eric Barton Feb 26, 2018 04:19 PM

For most of the 37 years that Captain Jeff Ardelean has worked as a state wildlife officer, he has been on the hunt for something that sounds like a work of fiction. His prey for nearly four decades has been sea turtle poachers.

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by Eric Barton Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

State lawmakers consider a fundamental shift in the way Florida educates college students.

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by Eric Barton Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Can a local billion-dollar tech startup finally pull something astounding from its sleeve?

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by Eric Barton Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida is doing something very Japanese, combining public and private-public transit, for the first time ever.

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by Eric Barton Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The Galápagos Islands remain just like Darwin found them, filled with the same discoveries that changed how we think of the world.

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by Eric Barton May 17, 2017 04:50 PM

The Italian restaurant called Baciami—“kiss me” in Italian—opened recently in Boynton Beach, and it’s something of a culmination of a father and son. 

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by Eric Barton Mar 2017

Critics say cops have become an invading force in black communities, but some police argue that’s how residents want it.

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