Get out of the Chipotle habit with these local Miami joints serving up quality burritos, always leaving you with plans for the next visit back.
One more Florida landmark is about to disappear from the horizon with Tuesday’s approval by federal banking regulators of the sale of hometown BankAtlantic to North Carolina-based BB&T. Most of the nearly 80 BankAtlantic branches will get the new name by the end of the year, but still unknown is how many jobs will be lost by the sale.
It’s a new day for gambling enthusiasts living in Sunrise. A major Las Vegas casino company announced Tuesday that it will partner with the Florida Panthers’ parent company in an attempt to bring casino gambling to the city.
The Florida Panthers and their fans may ‘see red’ when the team is on the ice, but Tuesday afternoon the team’s sister company saw green after the Broward Country Commission approved a $7.7 million loan for renovations to the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise.
No more free parking at Sawgrass Mills if you’re going over to the BankAtlantic Center to see a concert or a Florida Panthers’ game.
Attention all ‘winners:’ Charlie Sheen’s coming to a city near you. The 45-year-old unemployed actor’s 20-city road show kicks off Saturday night in Detroit.
If you had plans to go see Rod Stewart Sunday night at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise – sorry.
The BB&T Center hosts more than 100 major entertainment events each year and is home to South Florida’s professional hockey team, the Florida Panthers.