By: Jen Russon Ask Howard Furman, a junior varsity coach at Coral Springs Charter School how many volunteers it takes to make a difference, and he’s likely to say it takes a village. The self-described semi-retired lawyer has coached the girls’ soccer team for more than a dozen seasons. This is his last one. It […]
March was a busy month for Dennis Friel. Over the course of two weeks, he and members of his art studio team installed a total of six, gigantic murals on the intercostal bridge on Atlantic Boulevard.
It was supposed to be a fun and uneventful spring break. But on the first day of her week-long vacation, a well-loved Coral Springs athlete met with tragedy on her way to Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Michael Tougias knows how to tell a thrilling story – but he isn’t making any of it up. The New York Times best-selling author who wrote The Finest Hours, the true story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s
Mere feet from the city of Parkland, the Shoppes at Heron Lakes in Coral Springs is a popular spot for residents in both communities.
In a charitable event taking place nationwide at over 300 colleges and high schools each spring, Coral Springs High School, in conjunction with Florida State University,
It’s better to buy experiences than things – or so goes the argument on appreciating life more, and living in the moment.
Stronger Girls Together is a peer based community of girls who fall between the ages of 6 and 12; their group leader helps them learn leadership skills through activities like crafts…..
Friendly, open and inclusive of all types of Judaism is a familiar refrain when it comes to reviews of the Chabad Jewish Center. It not only offers its congregants daily services, a Hebrew school and religious classes but even has a culinary club.
As it marks its 15th anniversary and return to The Walk, the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts promises much more than canvases and collectibles this year.