Coral Springs Resident Carly Goldstein, 16, was interviewed on the Sirius Radio program “Making The Turn” on March 8th along with her father, Golf Instructor Barry Goldstein. Carly, who is a Junior at Coral Glades High School, is an up-and-coming golfer who is being heavily recruited by colleges at this time. Her father Barry was voted as one of the “Top 25 Golf Instructors.
Come and enjoy this fantastic weekend of art, culture and entertainment! The 8th Annual Festival Of The Arts will highlight some of America’s finest artisans and contemporary crafters. There will also be exciting performing arts events including fine dance, theatrical, and literary presentations.
On Thursday, the Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic Club invited speaker Jack Lieberman to discuss the prospects for Israeli-Palestinian Resolution this spring. He spoke about Obama’s strong support of Israel and disputed the myth that Jews are now becoming Republicans.
Just about every city in Broward County has an official website. The city website is a great source of information that saves them time and money by having important information available all in one place so residents can access it easily without contacting their staff. This website may be the first place a potential resident may go to find out more information about the city that they they are moving to or it may be the first place a business goes to find information about the city, or to bid on future projects.
Broward County Public Schools recognized its outstanding employees this evening (March 1) with its new Caliber Awards during a combined ceremony held at the Signature Grand in Davie. The gala event replaces the annual ACCLAIM, Teacher of the Year and School-Related Employee of the Year ceremonies held in the past. The event was streamed live by BECON-TV on the District’s website.
Last month I wrote about the screening of the movie “Bullied: a Student, a School and a Case that Made History,” in Coral Springs. I’ve just received word from the Broward Sheriff’s Office………
Broward Schools new Caliber Award will be presented to an outstanding teacher, principal, assistant princial and school-related employee at a ceremony to be held March 1st.
Students who will be 18-years-old on or before election day, will have an opportunity to register to vote in their high school’s media center or auditorium, during the Annual High School Voter Registration Drive. Read more for information on where your student can register.
Photographer Marie LaFauci is pictured on the historic covered bridge in Coral Springs wearing a TuTu that has traveled the world. She said that photographers would mail the TuTu to each other, take photos wearing it, then pass it on. Looks like Marie chose a great place to wear hers.
The Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park in the Coral Springs Sportsplex, built in the mid 90s, was one of the first Dog Parks in Florida and attracts dog lovers from surrounding cities as well. The idea for the dog park was developed in 1992 while Dr.Steven Paul, former Hospital Director of Wiles Road and Cypress Wood Animal Hospitals, was attending a veterinary conference in Massachusetts.
Don’t miss the Florida Renaissance Festival going until March 11th. You’ll find it at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach.
We had a great time and were lucky to have beautiful Florida weather to enjoy the day!. Your family will have a great time too.
BurgerFi opened their newest location at The Walk in Coral Springs and already had a fan following from those who visited their other locations.
If you are a Coral Springs or Parkland High School Student, what will you be doing this summer?
Have you ever considered becoming a foreign exchange student for the summer?
It amazes me how much the local media does not understand how our government works.
They write stories and post on blogs about how contentious some of our debates on the dais get on any given Tuesday during Broward County Commission meetings.
One thing they do not realize is that a Florida law forces this to happen: It is called the Sunshine Law.
District Three which covers Parkland, Coral Springs, Tamarac, and half of North Lauderdale has been has been represented by Stacy Ritter since 2006. Ritter, a Democrat will be running again this year and has competition with Robert W. Sutton. Sutton, a Republican currently teaches High School with Broward County Schools.
The other day I noticed something a bit different about this SUV on University Drive that didn’t look quite right. Pulling closer, it appeared that the owner performed a little automotive surgery with duct tape all along the rear tailgate section.
There are so many great grocery stores to choose from, but everyone has a favorite. Think your neighborhood has a better Publix than another? Like the membership clubs better than Publix?
Aldi opened its much-anticipated location in Coral Springs. Located at 6198 W Sample Rd, this is a full Aldi grocery store which includes beer and wine sales.
Be on the lookout for Jackie Jablon around the Saveology Iceplex.
Author Eric Lamet was only seven years old when the Nazis invaded Vienna and changed his life and the lives of all European Jews forever.
Five days after Hitler marched in, Eric Lamet and his parents fled for their lives. Unable to remain together, the family split. He and his mother hid out in Italy, while his father returned to his native Poland and an even darker fate.
Twenty years ago, we didn’t have to schlep all the way to Rapids Water Park in West Palm Beach for some great waterslide fun. Atlantis water park was right in our backyard.
Author Deborah Barnes, a long-time resident of Coral Springs, Florida proudly announces the release of her first and stunning new book, “The Chronicles of Zee & Zoey — A Journey of the Extraordinarily Ordinary.”
One of our eagle-eyed readers spotted this rare sighting at the Sportsplex in Coral Springs.
The Broward Coalition is on the forefront of fighting for the rights of condominium and homeowner associations to be protected from the abusive banks and lending institutions that are sitting back and purposely stalling foreclosures proceedings on properties they own.
Tamarac Resident Julie Shapiro-Harris kicked off her run for Circuit Court Judge on December 4th with a party at the home of Kim Miller of Coral Springs.
Besides being an attorney, Shapiro-Harris has a Masters Degree in social work. She currently works as a staff attorney for the Broward County Clerk of Court Domestic Violence Unit where she is part of a division that seeks to protect victims of domestic violence.