Renowned South Florida chef Michelle Bernstein provides some insightful ideas on how parents can get kids involved in the kitchen.
Choose any one of these places to get glimpse of the melting pot South Florida truly is.
South Florida is, among other things, a place for exciting adventures. Famous for its near-perfect weather year-round, taking to the skies on a flying adventure is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the view and get an adrenaline rush at the same time.
Throughout South Florida, there are a number of support groups that provide a wealth of benefits and information that are an invaluable resource to parents homeschooling their kids.
Whether it’s just for an evening under the stars, a chance to see the planets or to watch the Perseids meteor shower, this “best of” list offers you the best places to go for stargazing in South Florida.
This list previews five of the most popular hotels at Walt Disney World. Themes range from an animation explosion to an authentic African safari. If value is your main priority, the options listed here feature high-end luxury, mid-range value and budget-friendly affordability.
The best beach towns in the nation offer a combination of excellent beaches, of course, but also other attractions and points of interest that make traveling to these spots a true destination.
Tubing and rafting are usually most popular in areas with large rivers; however, there are quality opportunities in and around the area to have a fun time on a water raft or tube. The options are not only plentiful, they’re also diverse.
South Florida’s permanent exhibits successfully educate, entertain and inform, and continue to make their imprint on the area’s culture.
Valentine’s Day is the universal day of love, and tens of thousands celebrate it big every year. One of the most common ways to spend the holiday of love is to splurge on a honeymoon suite at a hotel in town. In South Florida, there are dozens of lodging options.