By Jennifer Riner, Trulia You don’t have to travel halfway across the world to try new cuisines and immerse your palette in fresh culture. But, depending on your current residence, you may want to head down to the Sunshine State for extensive eateries, complemented by ambiance and entertainment. In a recent study, Trulia calculated...

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 9:54 AM by Guest Blogger

By Patricia Letakis It doesn’t really matter what time of the year you head to the beach in Fort Lauderdale. I can’t think of any month that I have visited and not found State Road A1A (AKA Ocean Boulevard) to be one of the most entertaining beach strips in Florida. In the morning its serpentine path is bathed in a sunrise glow as a...

Thursday, September 15, 2016 3:18 PM by Guest Blogger

Written by Don Valentine A mandatory stop for every resident of Broward County is the birthplace of Fort Lauderdale.  This historic landmark is the home of Frank Stranahan, affectionately known as the father of Fort Lauderdale. It rests on the shore of the verdant New River, in what is now downtown Fort Lauderdale. Stranahan was pivotal to the...
Broward County is now home to the Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park , the first in Florida named for African Americans. Both of them were civil rights activists who made history there.  John U. Lloyd State Park, a popular recreational site in Dania Beach nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, was officially...
The NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale enlivens the downtown entertainment and arts district starting this summer with exhibitions of traditional African art and works by African American women artists. First, the museum, a major tourist draw in Greater Fort Lauderdale with world-renowned unique collections and world class exhibitions, joins several...