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Death or Glory bar in Delray Beach usually unveils its Miracle Christmas pop-up after Thanksgiving, but this year owners brought it back sooner, convinced that locals needed a Christmas-size distraction from the COVID-19 pandemic, economic woes and a hotly contested presidential election.
The 2020 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival schedule includes several socially distanced boat-in movies and drive-in shows.
International thin-crust pizzeria chain Piola will debut its new Hollywood location by giving away 1,000 12-inch brick-oven pies between Monday, Nov. 9, and Saturday, Nov. 14. The best part: There's no limit.
The Wharf Fort Lauderdale to reopen for first anniversary, while Bodega Taqueria makes its downtown debut
Green markets got the green light so they are up and running in Plantation, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, West Palm Beach and Wellington
Hollywood cake sculptor Miriam Adar is one of 20 bakers competing for sugary supremacy on “Candy Land,” a new Food Network competition series premiering Nov. 15.
The Yellow Green Farmers Market is on yet another construction spree as the sprawling marketplace in Hollywood braces to reopen in early December for the first time since COVID-19 lockdowns in March. But some vendors aren't happy with delays.
The 2020 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival runs Nov. 5-22 with a Robert De Niro comedy and a news-making documentary about Pope Francis. There will be a boat-in James Bond double feature, drive-in sing-along “Grease,” screenings in local restaurants, films on a massive IMAX screen and on the phone in your hand.
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