Fort Lauderdale, like its sister city (the world-famous Miami), has its fair share of beautiful beaches and rich history. Whereas Miami has the nickname “Magic City”, Fort Lauderdale used to be known as “Fort Liquordale.” No, really. It did. (Some people still might refer to it as “Fort Liquordale” in a joking tone.) It’s not
Edwin W. Stephan, who is credited with making Miami the cruise capital of the world, passed away Friday. He was 87 years old. He was the cruise line’s first president for 27 years and then he served as the vice-chairman of the board of directors until he retired in 2003. Stephan was
Announcements were made that are sure to bring a smile to any Disney and Universal park enthusiasts.
Confused by bright neighborhood lights, sea turtle hatchlings are crossing the street to their deaths instead of happily waddling out into the water.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has officially opened at the Orlando theme park.
“Beyond the Icons: America’s Lesser-Known National Parks” features over two dozen prints that are accompanied by stories from Sandra Ramos.
Florida is known for its warm sunshine, pristine beaches and fun theme parks, but the Sunshine State might not have the sunniest disposition compared to other states in the nation.
Take a journey to a land before time when Jurassic Quest stalks its way into the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach this weekend.
Are the spooky experiences the Cuban Club in Tampa and the St. Augustine Lighthouse enough to land the two places on USA Today’s 10Best list for Best Haunted Destination?
Visitors amped-up about staying at the world’s first guitar-shaped hotel will soon be able to make reservations.