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  • GG's Waterfront updates its menu

    GG's Waterfront updates its menu

    GG’s Waterfront Bar & Grill 606 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, 945-929-7030, GgsWaterfront.com The new executive chef of this 6-year-old upscale oasis on the Intracoastal Waterway is casting a wave of changes. “The menu had a steakhouse feel with baked potatoes that we’re pulling away from and going...

  • Fill 'er up at these 7 South Florida gas-station restaurants

    Fill 'er up at these 7 South Florida gas-station restaurants

    Lobster at the gas pump? South Florida gas-station restaurants let diners fuel up on fine wine, Spanish tapas and other gourmet bites.

  • Miami-based Misha's Cupcakes named best in Florida

    Miami-based Misha's Cupcakes named best in Florida

    A few years ago, cupcakes were all the rage. Their star power may have dimmed slightly, but these tiny treats still hold a sweet spot in our hearts. So, we were happy to discover that our very own Misha’s Cupcakes was selected as having the best confections in all of Florida, according to the Daily...

  • 'Geostorm' review: A tempest only Gerard Butler can tame

    'Geostorm' review: A tempest only Gerard Butler can tame

    "Geostorm" finds ways to draw attention away from an interesting use of weather as a weapon by using a cold front of political jabber. The problems in "Geostorm" were caused by director Dean Devlin and co-writer Paul Guyot as they have taken a passable action film and buried it under a tsunami...

  • 'The Snowman' review: Jo Nesbo adaptation melts into mess

    'The Snowman' review: Jo Nesbo adaptation melts into mess

    Mister Alfredson, you could have saved it. We gave you all the tools — a star-studded cast, a blockbuster best-selling Scandinavian murder novel by Jo Nesbø, and three-time Oscar winning editor Thelma Schoonmaker. So why is "The Snowman" such a jumbled nonsensical mess? Director Tomas Alfredson...

  • 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' review: Origin story of Pooh beset by script heffalumps and casting woozles

    'Goodbye Christopher Robin' review: Origin story of Pooh beset by script heffalumps and casting woozles

    In the 1920s, A.A. Milne gave a world reeling from World War I gentle books inspired by his only child and the boy's stuffed-animal friends. The British author rendered them in verse and prose, brimming with humor and nestled among perfect illustrations by E.H. Shepard. Such books as "When We Were...

  • 'Breathe' review: Andrew Garfield portrays disability advocate with grace

    'Breathe' review: Andrew Garfield portrays disability advocate with grace

    "Breathe" is meant, no doubt, as a sincere homage to the late disability advocate Robin Cavendish, who died, after living with polio for 36 years, in 1994. Commissioned by his son, producer Jonathan Cavendish — who plays a minor role in the film — and directed by Jonathan Cavendish's business partner,...

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