Tom Brady teams up with non-profit ‘Best Buddies’ organization to give away 2,500 specialty license plates to Florida drivers

Tom Brady — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Steve Jacobson The “GOAT” and a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those with intellectual and developmental disabilities are offering a way for Florida drivers to put the charity on full display. In 2021, Floridians learned they can order a new specialty license plate that features the six-time Super Bowl

As America goes electric, Volkswagen of America’s Network Readiness Co-Op Program yields major results

Photo Source/Copyright: Volkswagen Volkswagen of America’s nationwide Network Readiness Co-Op Program is bringing in its first major results. Earlier in 2021, the brand announced its investment of $20 million to transform its network of more than 600 dealerships into regional hubs of EV experience. As sales for the all-new and all-electric Volkswagen ID.4 continue to

New area code coming to South Florida in 2022

Aerial View of Palm Beach County (561 area code) — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Image by: pisaphotography WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach County will soon get a new area code. The county, which has used the 561 area code for nearly 25 years, will begin using a new code next summer, officials said. The

“Holiday in the Park:” South Florida Youth Symphony presents free holiday concert

South Florida Youth Symphony The Gold Medal and Emmy Award-winning South Florida Youth Symphony will bring their talents to Sunny Isles Beach with a free holiday concert. The nation’s leading youth music organization will present “Holiday in the Park” on Dec. 12 at the Gateway Park Amphitheater, 151 Sunny Isles Blvd. The concert will be

‘Night of a Million Lights’ returns to Central Florida for its second year in a row

Image by: Night of a Million Lights KISSIMMEE, Fla. — One of Central Florida’s largest holiday displays has returned for its second year this holiday season. Named by USA Today as the “Number One Thing to Do in December in Orlando,” ‘Night of a Million Lights’ is a whimsical wonderland that serves a good cause.

Women’s veterans museum opens up on Florida Panhandle

Veterans Day — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Bumble Dee PENSACOLA, Fla. — Filling a train depot that hasn’t been used in 17 years, a new museum dedicated to the legacy of women veterans opened on Wednesday in the Florida Panhandle.  “Six months ago when we got it it was in shambles and covered in graffiti and

Need some stress relief? SPCA Florida relaunches ‘Doggie Date’ program

Doggie Date — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Rita_Kochmarjova Need a companion to go shopping with you? How about a lunch date? If so, SPCA Florida is offering you the perfect addition through one of its programs. The “Doggie Date” program, which allows residents to take dogs of all shapes, sizes, and ages (six months old and

With the end of daylight savings time around the corner, lawmakers continue the fight to make it permanent

Daylight Savings Time — Courtesy: Shutterstock — New Africa The latest end of daylight savings time is Sunday morning, but the sun continues to set on legislative attempts to put a stop on the clock. One Florida congressman has shed more light on the effort to put an end to the annual tradition. The earliest

Four tips from Florida Poison for a safe & happy Halloween

Trick or Treating on Halloween – Courtesy: Shutterstock — Yuganov Konstantin Spooky season is upon us and the Florida Poison Control Center wants trick-or-treaters and their guardians to have a safe and happy Halloween. “Halloween is a fun and exciting time for kids, but it’s important to remind parents and caregivers to be aware of

Hot Tickets: 3 Doors Down concerts coming to Florida, J Balvin tickets now on sale

J Balvin Performing — Courtesy: Image by Alexander Tamargo from Getty Images 3 Doors Down, with Seether Formed by lead singer Brad Arnold in 1996, 3 Doors Down secured its first hit in 2000 with “Kryptonite.” The beloved Mississippi-based rock band went on to record several other songs, including “Away From The Sun,” “Here Without