October 2016

Found 6 blog entries for October 2016.

Metropica received unanimous approval to begin construction on its initial phase that will include 370,000 square feet of retail, dining, and entertainment along with a 345-unit apartment.

Also within the City of Sunrise Planning and Zoning Committee’s approval is the development’s ability to add a 240-room hotel and 140,000 square feet of office space.

"All of us at Metropica would like to thank the Commission for approving our plans for the first phase of what will become a prototype 21st century neighborhood, and Sunrise Mayor Michael Ryan for his support," says Erick Collazo, vice president of development of Metropica Development, the developer of the land and the creator of the project. "This first phase will fill some of the most

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Amazing Swings Guaranteed to Make you Want One

mood swings on ITV love garden night


Myburgh Designs‘ Mood Swing collection features opulent and majestic waxed copper seats, for both indoor and outdoor use. So, curl up and read a book; or lie back, close your eyes and gently swing yourself into a reverie. Whether it’s in a hammock or a swing seat, there’s something so reassuring and soothing about a rocking motion. And let’s just be honest here, who wouldn’t happily bring back their inner baby via a Mood Swing?

“I want to contribute to a new era in which environment, art and design converge to lay the corner stones for the very bright future that I see ahead of us,” said sculptor Stephen Myburgh.

The Mood Swing collection has been broadcast several times on TV

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Halloween Events In Broward County For 2016

This Halloween, tons of spooky soirees and ghoulish getdowns are taking over Fort Lauderdale. For those who wish to get the festivities started early (because, let's be real, Halloween deserves to be celebrated all October long), nightmarish events are happening as soon as this weekend. From there, locals can enjoy family fun, all-out block party bashes, haunted ghost tours, and more. We even have Day of the Dead celebrations to look forward to after Halloween is all said and done.  

Here's what to do for Halloween in Broward County. Time to get planning!

 A Nightmare on Las Olas

Kick off Halloween early as American Social on Las Olas turns into a nightmare. The Las Olas and SE Eighth Street intersection will also transform into

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Margaritaville's First Fine Dining is as Fun as Ever

Step into a world where blues as deep as the ocean cover the walls and grouper, caught just hours before, sits on your dinner plate. If this sounds like seafood heaven, then you’ve come to the right stop at Hollywood’s Margaritaville. Fresh might as well be included in the name JWB Prime Steak and Seafood, where not only is the seafood worth raving about, but so are the steaks. 

This restaurant, named after James William (Jimmy) Buffett himself, has become a new favorite among travelers and locals alike. Concept chef Carlo Sernaglia came onboard with one vision in mind: to set JWB apart from other Floridian restaurants by offering the finest-quality products around. 

Take for example the

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Car Couches and Other Cool Things

Bel y Bel Cool Custom Car Couches

You love classic designs, cars and working with new technology and renewable energy. Combine those passions with an equally passionate hatred of waste and planned obsolescence, and you have all the ingredients for the amazing upcycled furniture created by Bel y Bel.

The Barcelona, Spain-based outfit is a small team that does wondrous work. We could happily plonk ourselves down in any of their custom couches (note to self: start looking for a much bigger house). Of course, we’d have to invite all and sundry in to gawk at and covet our stylin’ furniture.

Bel y Bel Cool Custom Car Couches

Bel y Bel Cool Custom Car Couches

The founders of the company are Carles Bel and Jesus Bel (no relation, just a happy coincidence), who both graduated in fine arts from the

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Top Step Cycling In Pembroke Pines Takes Spinning To A Whole New Level

Featuring real-time footage and a pro-level workout, this cycling class is worth a try.

Growing up, my friend Staci and I used to ride our bikes all around our neighborhood. We descended down a steep hill and casually roamed into our neighbors’ driveways. My bike was pink and blue, and I called her Pixie. That was the closest I ever came to experiencing some downhill adventure on a bike. Fast forward some 15 years, and I found myself agreeing to take on a new cycling adventure—this time with a twist at Top Step Cycling in Hollywood.

The door to the studio read “The Sufferfest,” a program David McQuillen founded in 2009 that uses effective training videos for cyclists. 

Traditional spin bikes lined two outer sides of the room,

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