Our family prides itself our on our original holiday cards, however every year it’s getting tougher to think of something more creative. Now I’m feeling totally overwhelmed after watching the Holderness family video called “Christmas Jammies,” So much so, that I don’t even want to get our lousy cards printed up anymore.
Another year has gone by and the masses were fooled again by pranksters online. We loved every minute of these hoaxes because many of us forwarded these photos and videos causing them to circulate around the globe. It also never hurts to have a little entertainment along with all the grim news we have to hear on a daily basis.
Deerfield Beach activist, Atheist and blogger Chaz Stevens who drove over 400 miles to Tallahassee to place his Festivus pole at the State Capital on Wednesday, was featured in a segment on the Colbert Report last night on Comedy Central.
Deerfield Beach activist, Atheist and blogger Chaz Stevens who drove 450 miles to Tallahassee to place his Festivus pole at the state Capital today was met with a horde of reporters and Pam Olsen, organizer of the adjacent Nativity scene.
Local government has the greatest impact on our quality of life in the city and that is why we need residents to step up to the plate and run for office in 2014.
More than 250 unsuspecting passengers on Calgary-bound flights were part of a “Christmas miracle” put on by WestJet. With over six million YouTube views and counting, this video will warm your heart, and may be the best corporate marketing video of the season.
The City of Lauderhill has tentatively passed an ordinance that regulates solicitors, vendors, peddlers or canvassers at certain intersections in the city after a federal judge ruled that a South Florida city may enforce an ordinance that prohibits people from soliciting donations in or near major public roads.
The City of Tamarac will add a Festivus pole to their religious displays at city hall this holiday season.
Tamarac City Manager Michael Cernech has given approval for a Festivus pole to join the religious display of the manger, Christmas Tree, and menorah, when asked by activist Chaz Stevens in an email earlier on Monday.
By: Sharon Aron Baron A South Florida activist who wrote to Governor Rick Scott’s office asking for approval to erect a festivus pole, has received approval. After hearing about a group installing a manger display in the State Capitol as well as another group intending to add the Three Wise Men, Deerfield Beach resident Chaz […]
The City of Coral Springs gave tentative approval to an ordinance that regulates street solicitors at certain intersections in the city.
Basically, what it does is it bans vendors at their most busiest intersections in the city.
After Miramar and Pembroke Pines took created this ordinance, I approached the city commission to bring this forward for our city.
Does your community have a Citizen Observer Program? The Citizen Observer Patrol (or COP) is the Broward Sheriff’s Office community policing program. Residents can help patrol their own communities all on BSO’s dime. They will provide your community with a car, gas and all upkeep.
Last year, after negotiating with elected officials, and with the help from the ACLU, activist Chaz Stevens was allowed to install an eight feet tall festivus pole outside of Deerfield Beach’s main fire station.
BSO arrested a man who claimed he had a bomb outside of a McDonald’s in Tamarac on Monday night.
Do you want to learn all about police work, but don’t want to quit your day job?
Citizens have the opportunity to work hand in hand with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to learn the inner workings of the criminal justice system and see what actually goes into making the community a safer place to live in.
Mayor Richard Kaplan with the City of Lauderhill wants to help businesses get online, and he’s on a mission along with other Florida cities to do it.
Readers couldn’t access the Sun Sentinel website this morning due to it being down, but unlike the Obamacare website they poke fun at, this was for something less complex and much less expensive to fix: The nonpayment of a bill for as little as $10.
As I sit on my metro sectional, coffee and cigarette on my left, and my iPad on my lap, I have reason to be thankful. I am, after all, home from the military.
It’s not the kind of milestone that anyone cares to celebrate, but it is one that begs to be remembered: Coral Springs resident Bob Levinson has now been held hostage longer than any other person in U.S. history including Terry Anderson.
Residents in Tamarac will soon see new bus shelters popping up all over town. Shelters have been long overdue in our city and new ones will be installed starting in December thanks to the city securing a federal grant.
Democratic Candidate William Rankin has left many questioning his lack of knowledge and experience for Florida’s top financial job of CFO. On Tuesday, reporter Brooke Knight tried to ask him questions but was banned from the Riviera Beach AFL-CIO meeting and accused of working for Jeff Atwater.