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The abrupt public firing of Broward Health interim CEO Pauline Grant, the resignation of Broward Health board member Sheela VanHoose and a postponement of Broward Health’s search for a permanent CEO has raised questions about the future of the hospital district. By Richard Rosser & Danielle Charbonneau Broward Health is

TAKING A MOMENT TO REFLECT In the crazy maze we struggle to exist in, there’s never enough time to accomplish all the things we plan. In many cases, one gets too old or sick. Bronnie Ware, a woman who worked in palliative care for many years, gives some insight from

IGNITING THE FIRE After my interview with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick at Cap’s Place Restaurant in June, the Amish saying, “Ve get too soon oldt, undt too late schmart” keeps running through my brain. Not ever having been a serious student of history, before the interview I was sure

SOL CHILDREN THEATRE Acting, Dancing and Singing Their Hearts Out! Interview by Marla Schwartz Photos by Debra Todd Children’s theater has come a long way, since originating in the ecclesiastical schools of Western Europe in the 13th century. A prime example of such an enterprise is The Sol Children Theatre

Bunnies were hoppin’ — dogs were barkin’ — cats were meowin’ — what else could you ask for on a bright Saturday afternoon in South Florida? The Citi Center in Pompano Beach held their annual Pet Expo with quite a number of animal rescue organizations taking part. Little did I