By: Sharon Aron Baron If you’d like some Halloween fun without a lot of screams and scariness, don’t be afraid to bring your costumed character to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama Department’s “Not So Scary” Halloween event this year. The event will be held on Saturday, October 19, the event will include a maze, face-painting, food, games candy, […]
There may not be leaves changing color, but there is undoubtedly some orange on the ground. Pumpkin patches have popped up in some areas of Parkland and Coral Springs.
Award-winning Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alumnus Ben Solmor is choreographing the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical “In The Heights’ at the Sunrise Civic Center.
Giving those with a connection to Marjory Stoneman Douglas a nurturing place to seek support, Eagles Haven provides a place to rediscover wellness and restore hope.
A new concept, family-run business specializing in tabletop decor, backdrops, and theme accessories has come to Coral Springs.
The cities of Coral Springs and Parkland are seeking performers to participate in The Yellow Walk, an interactive performance installation by award-winning artist Kate Gilmore.
By: Sharon Aron Baron For almost every high school student, the Scholastic Aptitude Test can leave students with anxiety. Eagles Haven Wellness Center wants to help with an 8-week course prepping them on the test that is the gateway to getting into the college of their choice. Debuting in 1926 by the College Board, the […]
Those who like their Monday morning coffee extra strong can find it while having a sip with a local law enforcement officer.
Parkland Commissioner Bob Mayersohn is being “locked up” and needs the community’s help to bail him out.
The largest kids consignment event is just around the corner — and moms and dads searching for gently used children’s items don’t want to miss it.