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If the idea of bounding onstage in a Pikachu costume and singing the theme song to "Sailor Moon" this weekend at the Morikami Museum's Hatsume Fair sounds daunting, well, we hear you. And so does the Morikami, whose new anime karaoke will debut on a stage...
You know the thrill of seeing a candlelit birthday cake carried to the table? I guarantee that's how you'll feel when one of the fire-log-size dosai — white lentil and rice crepes — makes its way from the kitchen at Woodlands in Lauderhill....
Tags: Diets and Dieting, Chutney, Lentils, Garlic, Vegetarian Diet
Hey, you’re a cool parent. Not an eye-rolling source of embarrassment for your kids. Oh, you are? Well, “Yo Gabba Gabba” creator Christian Jacobs knows what you mean. And he’s about the coolest dad ever. Way back before he...
Sun SentinelTwo of my least favorite things of South Florida life – nitpicking condo/homeowner associations and overzealous towing companies – collided to produce a needless tragedy last week, the death of Elias Konwufine, 39, a Keiser University...
Tags: Television Industry, Autism
Staff WriterStyle is timeless. And ageless. To that point, author Ari Seth Cohen will do a book signing of his new tome "Advanced Style" today from 1 to 3 p.m at Forest Trace, a senior living community in Lauderhill (5500 N.W. 69th Avenue). The presentation-...
Broward legislators are considering asking voters to approve a new property tax to pay for police in all county public schools and provide mental health referrals for students and school staff. The idea, sponsored by state Sen. Eleanor Sobel, D-...
Planning to vote in the local elections March 12? Monday is your last chance to register to vote. Cities in Broward and Palm Beach counties holding municipal elections March 12 are Fort Lauderdale, Coconut Creek, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Miramar,...
Two nuisances of South Florida life — nitpicking condo/homeowner associations and overzealous towing companies — collided to produce a senseless tragedy last week. Elias Konwufine, 39, died after he tried to stop his car from being towed...
Forget Christmas. The happiest season of all is almost upon us: Girl Scout cookie time! As of today, those ubiquitous green-vested scouts will descend on South Florida roadsides and storefronts to ply their tasty wares, testing the fortitude of your New...
A massive, orange-and-white speckled creature with five eyes towers above a forest with in Lindsay Watson's gouache-on-wood "Do You See It?" "Little Baguette Goes to Paris," an acrylic-on-wood by Smallrus, depicts a mustached animal in a red beret...
Tags: Fine Artists, Artists, Arts, Arts and Culture
Develop leadershing skills and instill the importance of volunteer work in the community at “UNITOWN 2013” - a Youth Leadership and Diversity weekend designed for high school students who live in Coral Springs or who attend Coral Springs...
The Florida Highway Patrol trooper at the center of firestorm after she pulled over a speeding cop at gunpoint said fellow law enforcement officers have created a "life-threatening" situation that caused her to be in such fear for her safety she has...
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