90-Year Old To Be Honored For Work With The HomelessThe South Florida man who has made headlines for standing up to the city of Fort Lauderdale's new Laws restricting the feeding of the homeless is set to be honored.
Feisty Chef Can Feed Homeless Without Fear Of FinesA chef at the center of Broward's homeless feeding feud was in court Wednesday for his arraignment. Arnold Abbott, 90, has been cited several times by Ft. Lauderdale police for feeding the homeless on the beach.
Group Claims Hack Of City Website Over Homeless Feeding DebateA hacker group known as ‘Anonymous’ said they are attacking Fort Lauderdale City’s website until the city complies with their pro-homeless demands.
Locals Rally Against Fort Lauderdale Homeless Feeding Ordinance Locals gathered outside the federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday to rally against the city's homeless feeding ordinance.
South Florida Homeless Get An Extra Layer Of KindnessDozens of homeless men and women enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal on the beach Wednesday evening.
Town Hall Meeting On Homeless Feeding Law Gives People Chance To VentFort Lauderdale City Commissioner Dean Trantalis held a town hall meeting on Monday to give people a chance to speak out about their city's controversial homeless feeding law.
Fort Lauderdale Homeless Feeding Controversy ContinuesArnold Abbott showed up at his weekly homeless feeding on Fort Lauderdale expecting his fourth citation for feeding the homeless since the controversy began. That didn't happen. There was no confrontation with police and Abbot left without a citation.
'Chef' Arnold Keeps Dishing Out Meals Against OrdinanceArriving like a rock star, Arnold Abbott was greeted with cheers and crowds of supporters on Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Homeless Feeding Battle Continues In Fort LauderdaleHomeless people lined up in front of Fort Lauderdale City Hall for another day of public feedings along with another day of citations.
Two Homeless Feedings - One Ft. Lauderdale Says Is Legal, One NotAt St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Fort Lauderdale more than 100 homeless men and women joined for a meal Monday night. Much of the talk was on the city's new law restricting outdoor feedings and moving the feedings indoors to a house of worship with running water…bathrooms and other amenities.
Another Crackdown For Violating Public Homeless Feeding OrdinanceThe group Food Not Bombs claims it has been feeding the homeless for years at Stranahan Park in Fort Lauderdale. However, Friday, at least two of their volunteers were led out of the park in handcuffs after feeding the homeless.