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            South Florida-raised filmmaker Lance Oppenheim discusses his new Magnolia Pictures documentary, “Some Kind of Heaven,” a deeply personal look at the late-life search for companionship and meaning among four residents of the Villages, near Orlando.
            Looking for fresh, optimistic way to start 2021? Here are 10 illuminating things to do in South Florida in January.
            Two months after abruptly shutting down, the tiki time capsule known as the Mai-Kai Restaurant in Oakland Park remains stuck in financial limbo, with a repair bill its owners can ill afford, sluggish income and over 100 employees out of work.
            After telling fans to prepare for adult rides in November, the South Florida Fair 2021 reversed course on Friday in favor of a scaled-back “mini-fair” without Ferris wheels, chair lifts or indoor events.
            Winner of Guy Fieri's cooking competition “Guy’s Grocery Games” says he will open Las Catrina's Modern Mexican in Delray Beach in early 2021.
            Here's a guide to outdoor concerts, theater, parties, experiences and events around South Florida.
            We’ve rounded up yuletide-themed events, South Florida style, from drive-through singalongs to a giant tree made of sand and Intracoastal cruises.
            During this pandemic, many of us took comfort in books. According to several industry figures, reading was up at least 5 to 20 percent. And this was a stellar year for mysteries — stories that touched us, that captured who we are as a society and what our future might be. Although the pandemic put a halt to in-person book tours, many authors, publishers, bookstores and others found that virtual tours could bring together far-flung readers. I recently moderated a virtual event sponsored by Politics and Prose, a bookstore in Washington, D.C., that featured Michael Connelly in Los Angeles and Jo Nesb? in Norway. Nearly 1,000 people attended from throughout the world. These virtual tours have become so successful they likely will continue after the pandemic — maybe even as a hybrid of in-person and virtual events to draw in more readers and save travel costs. Here are my picks for the top mysteries of 2020. Stay safe, and happy reading.
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