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Pompano! Magazine's Editor at Large, Jeff Levine. BY JEFF LEVINE | Pompano! magazine’s Editor at Large, and a longtime Pompano Beach Resident In a move that stunned many, the company responsible for overseeing the redevelopment of Pompano's Beachfront, Old Town, The Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard corridor, and more, has resigned ...

By Marie Puleo The firm that has managed the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) since 2009 announced that it has terminated its contract with the city, effective Feb. 1. Redevelopment Management Associates (RMA) – a Pompano-based firm that specializes in revitalizing core areas of cities, counties and special districts ...

By Marie Puleo The long-awaited opening of Pompano’s new state-of-the art library took place last month, culminating a years-long collaborative effort between the city and Broward County to create a venue that will serve as a focal point for culture and learning. The library, located at 50 W. Atlantic Blvd., ...

By Danielle Charbonneau Rick remembers the first time he saw a kiteboarder. He was sitting on the beach at dusk when suddenly he saw a young man being effortlessly dragged through the waves attached to a neon kit. Rick watched as the kite pulled the man’s body along the shoreline for ...

"Self Portrait of the Artist" (c) Laurence Gartel 2017 By Danielle Charbonneau When Boca Raton-based artist Laurence Gartel began exploring digital art in 1975 as an eager 19-year-old in Buffalo, New York, he had a vision. He saw a world in which art would be created using digital technology — ...

On Monday, just over a week after residents began voicing their concerns about a hurricane debris site that was set up across from their homes, large container trucks started removing the piles of debris and hauling them to the local landfill. The debris site had raised much controversy, even prompting ...

By Marie Puleo The Pompano Beach Water Taxi is expected to launch its hop-on, hop-off service along the Intracoastal Waterway by the end of November. The new water taxi service is the result of five years of planning by the City of Pompano Beach, including the building of a water ...