Why Can’t Fiction Writers Write Their Own Books? Opinion By: Edwin L. Crammer, CPA – I must confess that I enjoy reading a detective novel or a well written spy novel on the weekends to take my mind off of the dreary Accounting stuff I have to read during the week. I have noticed a […]

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Camp is held at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum, located at 300 Gulf Stream Way in Dania Beach, Florida. The Camper/Counselor ratio is usually 1:8, and never more than 1:10. All of the counselors are CPR and First Aid Certified, and most have either obtained or are working towards a degree in […]

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Vote for Your Favorite Bartender: Local Celebrities will be bartending in teams of 2 at Blue Martini. Don’t forget to leave a tip! Whichever team raises the most money will win the Coveted Trophy! Help support your favorite bartender by giving them a head start… $1 Donation = 1 Vote Leaderboard Leaderboard 1. Sarah Hassan […]

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Checkout Horror teaser/trailer for “The Fallen” This is a film about creation in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. This is a story of innocence, beauty, and rebellion. It’s a cautionary tale about the fall of man and why we are currently where we are today. When GOD created Adam, he did so in […]

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It was a triple celebration at the Shino Bay Cosmetic Dermatology offices. Host Jessica Koussevitzky was on hand for the grand re-opening of the new expanded offices of Shino Bay Cosmetic Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, and Laser Institute, the introduction of new staff and the release of Dr Shino Bay Aguilera’s new book “Be Youthful” already […]

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The Dollar Store. Today’s Current Version of the Discount Department Store By: Edwin L. Crammer CPA – In every generation there is a different type of discount retail store that is popular with the buying public. It all started back in the early days of the last century with the so called five and dime […]

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Symphony of the Americas hosts Wines of the World Nov. 14 Wines of the World, a tasting event and dinner benefiting Symphony of the Americas, is set this year for 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14 at Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale. The evening includes a wine tasting with dozens of vintages, passed appetizers, and […]

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Host Jessica Koussevitzky was on hand for the Annual Raise Awareness Raise a Glass for the Unicorn Children’s Foundation at Blue Martini Boca Raton. It was a fun filled evening and all for a great cause. What better way to spend an evening than with good friends and great drinks while raising awareness and money […]

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Tick! Tock! Time Flies… Click Here for everything LastMinute And you’ve waited until the, yes, Last Minute to make your plans. Well, you’ve come to the right place. Discover the rewards of not planning ahead. The “pros” of procrastination. At LastMinute Lauderdale, when time flies you can climb aboard and let it take you someplace […]

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From THINK Magazine: Pop Up Old Fashioned Series at Stache This August we are teaming up with Stache, 1920’s Drinking Den and Premier Beverage’s Nick Nistico for a sultry summer event every Friday & Saturday evening from 9 pm to midnight at the swanky Library Bar. Whiskey, bitters, sugar and ice are the basics of […]

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