Beachgoers enjoy the Great American Beach Party | PHOTOS
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by Mike Stocker
8h ago
A member of the United States Special Operations Command Parachute Team comes in for a landing on Fort Lauderdale Beach during the Great American Beach Party on Saturday, May 25, 2024. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun Sentinel) People cheer as the United States Special Operations Command Parachute Team comes in for a landing on Fort Lauderdale Beach during the Great American Beach Party on Saturday, May 25, 2024. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun Sentinel) People enjoy the classic car show on Fort Lauderdale Beach during the Great American Beach Party on Saturday, May 25, 2024. (Mike ..read more
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Budget bites: 10 South Florida hamburgers for $10 or less
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by Phillip Valys
15h ago
There’s a hamburger for everyone’s appetite in South Florida, but unfortunately not for everyone’s wallet. In these inflationary times, it’s tougher than ever to track down a simple restaurant staple — the humble hamburger — for less than a sawbuck. Thankfully, we did the research for you. Below, find our lineup of 10 hamburger joints across Broward and Palm Beach counties slinging their delicious handhelds for $10 or less. We’d love to attribute this list to the upcoming National Hamburger Day on Tuesday, May 28, or to the fact that May is National Hamburger Month, but if we’re being honest ..read more
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Rangers vs. Panthers, New York vs. South Florida: Why hate when we can heart?
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by Ben Crandell
15h ago
New York, we love you.  We are not like every other place on the Eastern Seaboard where the Rangers play. As you are in town to watch your Blueshirts in the Stanley Cup playoffs against our Florida Panthers, we want you to know how we feel. We don’t hate New York — we heart New York.  After all, in many ways we are New York. Or we were New York.  For years, South Florida has been called the city’s sixth borough, and we Big Apple expats always loved that. With population shifts of the last few years, we’re now calling ourselves the third borough. You’re OK with that, right ..read more
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What to stream: Catch up with Zendaya’s big 2-movie start for 2024
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by Tribune News Service
1d ago
Katie Walsh | Tribune News Service (TNS) With summer movie season already in full-swing, thanks to “The Fall Guy,” “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes,” and “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” bringing big-screen spectacle to theaters, it’s also a time to look back on the best films from the first half of the year and catch up with some of the titles that you may have missed. Two of the biggest movies of 2024 so far happened to star Zendaya, and also happened to open this spring after their fall release dates were pushed back to accommodate the actors strike last year. Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic sequ ..read more
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‘Atlas’ review: Originality lacking in sci-fi flick starring Jennifer Lopez
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by Mark Meszoros
1d ago
The screenplay for “Atlas,” a new Netflix science-fiction movie starring Jennifer Lopez as a woman desperate to save humanity from a dangerous artificial intelligence, is the work of Leo Sardarian and Aron Eli Coleite, whose respective IMDb credits include the TV series “StartUp” and “The Spiderwick Chronicles.” If we didn’t know better, we’d guess “Atlas” was composed by an AI. It feels as though the movie’s producers instructed one of today’s intriguing (but also at least vaguely frightening) programs built on large language models — maybe OpenAI’s ChatGBT, maybe Google’s Gemini — to spit ou ..read more
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Coming soon: A new food hall, another Ruth’s Chris, plus the halal-certified Port of Peri Peri
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by Phillip Valys, Rod Stafford Hagwood
2d ago
When it comes to food, South Florida is a great place to be. So many new restaurants open nearly every day. Here’s what’s coming soon to a city near you. The Port of Peri Peri 15817 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines; myperiperi.com  In a fabulous foodie flurry of alliteration, The Port of Peri Peri is promoting its Portuguese-African palatability in Pembroke Pines with a grand unveiling on Saturday, June 8. The national chain is in 11 states (this is the first for Florida) and features all-natural fare with a focus on vegetarian-fed chicken — flame-grilled and served with authentic Peri Peri sa ..read more
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Pride Month 2024: Here’s a South Florida guide to June’s LGBTQ+ celebrations
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by Rod Stafford Hagwood
2d ago
It’s almost June, so that means it’s also almost Pride Month, when South Florida’s LGBTQ+ communities celebrate with street festivals, parades and pageantry. Our roundup includes insider information on concerts, exhibits, panels and benefits staged to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City, a pivotal moment in gay and lesbian history. Find all the details below, and keep coming back to this roundup listing as we will continue adding events. May 30 — Opening reception for ‘Take PRIDE! A 100-Year Retrospective of LGBTQ+ Milestones’ exhibit Galleria Fort Lauderdale and History Fort ..read more
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A new contest: These pictures were taken at popular South Florida venues — tell us where, win a prize
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by Ben Crandell
3d ago
An underappreciated benefit of so many new neighbors and coworkers moving into South Florida — along with the expertise they generously offer on how to make a better pizza — is an infectious enthusiasm for everyday places and things that longtimers take for granted.  A friend of a friend, who got here from the Boston area six months ago, tells of sitting under the two massive banyan trees at Chima Steakhouse in Fort Lauderdale with such awe that I wonder if we’re talking about the same trees. Another guy describes being stuck at the Snow-Reed Swing Bridge in Sailboat Bend on his way to Th ..read more
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Movie review: A lonely avenger in ‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’
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by The New York Times
3d ago
Dystopia has rarely looked as grim and felt as exhilarating as it has in George Miller’s “Mad Max” cycle. For decades, Miller has been wowing viewers with hallucinatory images of a ravaged, violent world that looks enough like ours to generate shivers of recognition. Yet however familiar his alternative universe can seem — feel — his filmmaking creates such a strong contact high that it’s always been easy to simply bliss out on the sheer spectacle of it all. Apocalypse? Cool! The thing is, it has started to feel less cool just because in the years since the original “Mad Max” opened in 1979, t ..read more
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Column: New book ‘Lost in America’ offers ghost stories of buildings in Chicago and across the country
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by Rick Kogan
3d ago
A building is not, of course, a living thing but buildings can die and a fascinating, indeed haunting, new book offers us a graveyard in black and white. “Lost in America: Photographing the Last Days of Our Architectural Treasures” is the latest visually striking, marvelously written offering from Richard Cahan and Michael Williams, who have been at this for more than 20 years with their CityFiles Press. Cahan, a former photo editor of the Chicago Sun-Times, and Williams, a writer and designer, claim to have never had any arguments in that time, “except on the basketball court.” Operating in t ..read more
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