One of the many things I find myself intrigued by is our coral reefs. We never seem to talk about them, and yet they’re definitely there—the Great Florida Reef, the only reef in the continental United States and the third-largest in the world, is right off our Atlantic […]
One million: the staggering number of cases the United States reported at the start of the year, a milestone which has never been recorded so far in the now two-year-long COVID-19 pandemic. Florida is averaging nearly 60,000 cases a day, according to the New York Times. While the […]
Approximately 70 Fort Lauderdale High School seniors gathered at the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park this past Saturday, August 21, to celebrate the beginning of their fourth and final year as FLHS students with a Senior Sunset. The informal event, which was held outdoors, consisted of various games and […]
Wilton Manors’ signature event, the Stonewall Pride Parade, got underway June 19, welcoming thousands of revelers from all over the country for the community’s celebration of LGBTQ liberation and pride. For many, it was a sign of a return to some semblance of normalcy and the first major […]
As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Charlie Rodes’ cementing of the unique school mascot in legend, editor-in-chief Benjamin Schnirman takes readers through the history behind it all.