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Found 15 blog entries for February 2016.
Miami Beach revealed four colorful lifeguard towers this week designed by architect William Lane to pad the city's total to 35 stations, stretching from 87th street down to the southernmost tip at South Pointe.
The project began over 20 years ago, according to the Miami New Times:
"Hurricane Andrew had pretty much wiped out much of the towers," [Lane] said. "I was interested in creating some folly. I saw some opportunity to replace the stands and... make them more playful."
The new towers include impact windows and aluminum hardware. Lane designed five other towers soon after Andrew struck in 1992. Future lifeguard towers will be based…
Summer months, when people typically take trips out of town, spawn the most burglaries and household property crimes according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Nobody wants to come home after an enjoyable escape to find their home ransacked and valuables missing. By taking some precautions, you can avoid becoming a victim of intruders or thieves and return home to the same comfortable living conditions you left.
Here are some tips on how to deter break-ins:
When different lamps and overhead lights come on at different times, criminals tend to think someone is home.
If you don’t already have one, now is the time to secure your home with an alarm. The Insurance Information…
In the two months that Smoke BBQ has been open in Fort Lauderdale, word of mouth has spread fast.
The restaurant has had almost 10 sellouts since its debut in mid-December (two in the last week alone). Customers sometimes line up for food before opening time at 11 a.m., and repeat customers find themselves returning two to three times a week.
This success in Fort Lauderdale is beyond anything co-owner Scott Kennedy says he could've imagined, and it's the model he wants to continue with as he considers growing the concept.
Kennedy, who, along with partner Stephen Chin, opened the original Smoke BBQ in Delray Beach in fall 2014, said he's looking to open two additional Smoke BBQ restaurants.
Plans are in the works for another…
A Fort Lauderdale festival celebrating music, life and locals will return to FAT Village next month.
Produced by C&I Studios and Exposed PR, For The Love Music Festival will host 30 bands for a day filled with great tunes, artists, local vendors and food trucks.
The event, now in its second year, will take place March 12 from noon to 11 p.m. at C&I Studios properties.
Josh Miller, co-founder of the festival, said that through For The Love, he's hoping to "bring back awesome music to South Florida," an area that doesn't have the same strong local music scene as other cities like Atlanta and Orlando.
"Most major tours stop at Orlando and then head back north," he said.…