Next Page: Or go to page... 
A ‘Made in Dade’ Celebration
Published: 04/03/19
It’s The Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth.  That’s what the Miami Maker Faire calls itself, and it’s hard to debate that billing. Part science fair, part county fair and part something entirely new, the family-friendly festival is an all-ages showcase for “makers” to show what they’ve made and share (read more)
Tomorrow’s Library Today
Published: 03/28/19
In Broward County, the library of the future is already a reality — virtual reality, that is.  AR/VR headsets, a new medium for learning and discovery experiences, are now available for checkout at nine library locations. Cardholders can use the phone-powered devices made by MERGE to access thousands of VR (read more)
Spring Sensations in Broward
Published: 03/26/19
By: Shannon Pease-Severance
Coconut Creek Spring Egg Hunt Wednesday, April 17  Bring a basket for an egg hunt and spring activities. Ages 3-8. Pre-register online. $15/non-resident, $10/resident. 6:15-7pm, Coconut Creek Community Center, 1100 Lyons Rd. 954-545-6670 www.coconutcreek.net  Cooper City ’Tween Twilight Egg Hunt Thursday, April 18 Bring flashlights for an evening egg hunt (read more)
Spring Sensations in Miami-Dade
Published: 03/26/19
By: Shannon Pease-Severance
Allapattah Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 20 Kids can race to collect 10,000 eggs in the park. Festivities also include bounce houses, pony rides, a petting zoo, cotton candy and more. Free. 10am, Juan Pablo Duarte Park, 1776 NW 28 St. www.miamigov.com Coral Gables Eggstreme Egg Hunt Saturday, April 20 (read more)
Worried Sick?
Published: 03/26/19
By: Shannon Dean
I admit it. In my filing cabinet, hidden behind medical records, I have a folder on the AFM virus — an extremely rare polio-like illness — just in case. I have always been a worrier, but when I became a mother, my fretting reached crippling new heights. Suddenly, I panicked (read more)
The Nearly Naked Truth
Published: 03/26/19
By: Pam Molnar
I dread shopping for swimsuits. I know I am not alone when I say that. Normally, I am the kind of shopper who can find something quickly. Sales people love me because I don’t waffle back and forth when choosing new furniture. I picked out all the items for my (read more)
Autism-Friendly Happenings in Miami-Dade County
Published: 03/26/19
April is one sensory-friendly month for children and adults affected by autism. Not only does April 2 mark annual World Autism Awareness Day, designated by the U.N. General Assembly and first observed in 2008, it also kicks off World Autism Month. In recognition, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes (read more)
Autism-Friendly Happenings in Broward County
Published: 03/26/19
April is one sensory-friendly month for children and adults affected by autism. Not only does April 2 mark annual World Autism Awareness Day, designated by the U.N. General Assembly and first observed in 2008, it also kicks off World Autism Month. In recognition, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes (read more)
Miami-Dade County Baby & Maternity Resources
Published: 02/27/19
Maternity Hospitals Baptist Hospital 8900 N. Kendall Dr., Miami 786-596-1960 www.baptisthealth.net The Family Birth Place at Baptist Hospital was created with parents in mind with a warm and comfortable environment and specially designed birthing suites. The latest technology is readily available for mothers and newborns, and neonatologists are available 24 (read more)
Broward County Baby & Maternity Resources
Published: 02/26/19
Maternity Hospitals These Broward and south Palm Beach County hospitals offer maternity services. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Level is set by the state based on staffing and specialization, with Level III being the highest. Broward Health Coral Springs 3000 Coral Hills Dr., Coral Springs Childbirth Concierge 954-344-BABY (2229) Births (read more)
Next Page: Or go to page...