Mai-Kai Restaurant suddenly closes. But Friday’s ‘Hulaween’ event still on.
The Mai-Kai restaurant in Fort Lauderdale is “closed for renovation until further notice” according to a telephone recording. But the sold-out 12th annual Hulaween event scheduled for Oct. 30 is still on.
Get your Puerto Rican Zumba fix with virtual ‘Dancing Menudo Halloween’
Get your ghoulish groove on with “Bailando a Menudo Halloween,” a virtual Zumba class to the beat of the popular Puerto Rican group.
Review: ‘Tampa Bay Noir’ a lively collection of the kinds of stories Florida knows well — thefts, cons and frauds
Michael Connelly, Ace Atkins, Lori Roy, Lisa Unger, Ladee Hubbard and other novelists shine a light on the dark side of the Sunshine State in “Tampa Bay Noir.”
Shiver time! Halloween movies, from “Monsters, Inc.” to a South Korean zombie thriller to ‘The Exorcist,’ at drive-ins this week
This week, the drive-in calendar is overrun with hard-R-rated horror (“The Exorcist”), fright comedies for a broader audience (“Beetlejuice”) and “Monsters, Inc.” for some warm and fuzzies
Billy McFarland, of Fyre Festival infamy, now in solitary confinement after podcast interview
Billy McFarland, the disgraced entrepreneur behind the notorious Fyre Festival, and a current federal inmate, has been placed in solitary confinement.
Feeling the rage over COVID and politics: Nurses and teachers take a sledgehammer to their stress
Tired of COVID, politics and the economy? The Smashit House in Davie has a sledgehammer waiting for you.
You can be a vegan for a day. For free.
World Vegan Day is Nov. 1 and if you want to celebrate it, you might want to check out the Plant-Based Festival at Gulfstream Park Village in Hallandale Beach.
Fort Lauderdale Boat Show gives hope to bars and restaurants
Fort Lauderdale nightspots and eateries put out the welcome mat for guests at the “Super Bowl” of boat shows.
Virtual community, entertainment events starting Oct. 25
This is a roundup of current and upcoming virtual calendar events in South Florida.
Chicago’s Jacqueline Stewart to head LA’s Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
“This kind of public engagement — it’s the opportunity of a lifetime,” says newly appointed LA Academy Museum programming head Jacqueline Stewart