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.”
Last week while driving through the intersection of Commercial Boulevard and University Drive, I saw a group of teenage boys walking in and out of traffic holding football helmets while asking for money.
Were they part of a school football team? There was nothing printed anywhere that had their team name.
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.
Check out this Great video of Newt Gingrich at Coral Springs Political stop – Wings Plus shared by the Steve Kane Show
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.
Money is tight these days and usually the first thing that gets crossed off woman’s nonessential list are salon services. Pedicures and manicures either disappear from the budget, or the time between appointments grow further apart.
In 2010, the Broward Sheriff’s Office joined efforts with the Southern Poverty Law Center to create the film Bullied: a Student, a School and a Case that Made History, which tells the story of the first gay student to sue a school district in federal court for failing to protect him from bullying.