The sun, the Earth and the moon will align this weekend to leave a supermoon shining on a king tide.
But it’s all a little less spectacular than it sounds. At least, now it is. A few years down the road -- if the climate change people are right -- the king tide may be something to dread. But, right now, it’s just an incremental enhancement of an ordinary event.
My maternal grandparents, Sam D. and Ida Ellen Roberts Johnson, were born in Harbour Island, Bahamas. It is believed that their foreparents were among the millions of black slaves forced from West Africa and sold in the West Indies.
Art Makenian is the President of the Hillsboro Lighthouse Society. He loves his voluntary job of looking after this 106 year old Lighthouse, and making sure it is in good working order. Art Makenian is intent on making sure the lighthouse will be preserved for future generations.
Opa-locka has long been admired for its 1920’s Moorish architecture, but often feared for its high crime rates. A new revitalization project is involving activists and artists working to bring this city back to its former glory.
Stroll down Hollywood Boardwalk, and you might end up stopping by a frozen-yogurt known for its delicious and healthy treats. You might happen to meet the man who owns this charming shop, actor-comedian Art Metrano whose life is truly remarkable.
The Barefoot Mailman statue located in Hillsboro Beach serves as a way to honor the Barefoot Mailmen who walked the beaches in the late 1880’s, delivering the mail to people from Palm Beach to Miami. We get a glimpse as to what life was like for these men who were courageous and free spirited.