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Venetian Pool in Coral Gables.

By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

By Danielle Charbonneau Some of the best advice I was ever given is, “If you live like a tourist in your own town, you’ll never get bored.” I have found this advice to be remarkably true. As an adventurer by heart and a columnist covering fun things to do in ...

On Valentine’s Day last year, Code Green was called at Broward Health North on the Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach border. Code Green — the code called to initiate protocol for a mass casualty incident — signaled the entire hospital that a nearby tragedy was underway. The surgeons, doctors, nurses and support ...

By Danielle Charbonneau It’s 1:53am when the alarm bell sounds. I listen carefully to its pitch and pattern — there’s different tones to denote if the call has come in for the fire engine, the rescue engine or both. This time the three-tone pitch signals for rescue, which is my ...

Author Chris Clews. Photo taken by Jim Zielinski of Zielinski Creative. By Danielle Charbonneau Deerfield Beach based author Chris Clews is an 80’s pop-culture enthusiast with over 20 years of professional marketing experience in international corporate business. One day, while Clews was bemoaning some workplace difficulties, he turned to one ...

By Danielle Charbonneau The Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Pompano Beach Fine Food & Wine Celebration will gather some of the city’s finest culinary institutions, craft brewers and wine distributors for one night dedicated to pleasing the palate. This year the celebration will also feature a Champagne fountain, live ...

By Danielle Charbonneau The day I visited CEO Marilynn Wick at Costume World’s newly expanded warehouse in Pompano Beach, she had received a message from three-time Tony award winning actress Glenn Close who was desperate to find the dress she wore in the 1980 Broadway production of “Barnum.” Close collects ...

By Danielle Charbonneau The number of Americans ages 65 and older is set to explode from more than 46 million to over 98 million by 2060. Nearly 20 million Americans will be over the age of 85. Florida has the highest concentration of older residents in the U.S.; Adults over the ...

Baris von Coburg learns to cook chicken satay at Sur la Table's culinary classroom in Boca Raton. By Danielle Charbonneau There is a comical meme out there that captures my recent culinary spirit well. A few small pieces of toast are cut into dainty triangles and artistically arranged into modern geometric ...