Look no further south for your next tropical getaway

Look no further south for your next tropical getaway Head to Bungalows Key Largo if you’re looking for paradise. · Lahoma Scarlette Miami Times Contributor · Ed. Note: Great advice from our SFPRN member Lahoma Scarlette! I’m buying a ticket!- linda hamburger, SFPRN editor, fonder · Dec 31, 2019 Miami Times photos/Lahoma Scarlette If you…

:-( Observer’s last newspaper

Observer’s last newspaper The Observer, printed in Stuart, covered Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point, Hillsboro Beach, Pompano Beach and Boca Raton with a mix of news about community events, commission meetings, obituaries and neighborhood crime. Its final paper was published Dec. 26. While printing between 15,000 and 18,000 copies a week, the Observer had been a…

Crappy Names, Great Movies

Let me get a list going Bad Movie Name but Great Movie – non CGI ONLY Richard Jewell Dances With Wolves Scent of a Woman Rocky Horror Picture Show (really?) Throw up a few more here for us: Linda Hamburger SFPRN Founder/Moderator On Call Resumes

Doppelgangers

RICHARD JEWELL (stupid movie name, great movie) — This movie is phenomenal for the historic benchmark that was the Olympic Bombing in Atlanta and foremost, the fantastic acting of PAUL WALTER HAUSER. Never heard of him? The story is real because the man in front of the camera is, well, real. No CGI. Think Taxi…

Congratulations to Top of Mind Public Relations

he Daily Business Review’s Best Of Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for us in the Daily Business Review’s 2019 Best Of survey! We are honored to be recognized as one of the top three firms in the Public Relations category. We wouldn’t be here without our amazing clients, media connections,…

Simple Calendar Listing – Please Share

Simple Calendar Listing – Please Share Ticket and event prices 2020 Caribbean Village Festival – Food | Rum | Fun We hope you can make it! Friday, June 26, 2020 at 4pm – to – Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 10pm Venue: Miramar Amphitheater Annual Festival to celebrate June as Caribbean American Heritage Month. Featuring…

Introducing the New RedBanyan.com

View this email in your browser https://redbanyan.com/ INTRODUCING THE NEW RED BANYAN WEBSITE Red Banyan is pleased to announce the launch of our redesigned home on the web. Offering a more intuitive, mobile-friendly user experience, the new website reflects the evolution of our growing agency and dynamic, talented team.

Join the Board,  Make a Difference

View this email in your browser The South Florida IMA’s 2020 Board Elections are happening soon. Why Joining the Board? The South Florida Interactive Marketing Association is managed by an all-volunteer board of directors. This is your chance to join a dynamic team of professionals who have a passion for marketing and enjoy meeting new…

Dec 19: Holiday Mixer Next Week

FFEA HOLIDAY MIXER Join us for a Holiday Mixer hosted by the City of West Palm Beach Community Events in the Lake Pavilion in conjunction with Holiday in Paradise and Clematis by Night. Networking with peers and event industry colleagues from the South Florida area while enjoying the sites of Sandi, the world’s only 700…

Dec 16: In Jacob’s Shoes 501(c)3 Joining us at Gallery 22 Event

We are proud to announce that In Jacob’s Shoes 501(c)3 will be joining us to be honored as South Florida 501(c)3 Charity of the Month December 2019. Enlight Unite Foundation will also be joining forces with us and will be honored as South Florida New Charity of the Year 2019. A portion of proceeds will…

Winter Gear Guide for Oxygen magazine submissions

Hi publicists, I’m working on Oxygen magazine’s Gear Guide section for their Spring issue. If you have anything that may work, please let me know. The section will be broad and open to anything that would be relevant to the Oxygen reader, but for this Spring section, it’s all about foods, snacks, and drinks, including:…

In Memory: Miami Times publishers, ‘warrior for the community,’

Garth C. Reeves, 100, Activist Newspaper Publisher, Is Dead He advanced the cause of civil rights through the venerable Miami Times, the city’s most influential black newspaper, which his father founded in 1923. Garth C. Reeves at the offices of The Miami Times in 1998. His Bahamian immigrant father founded the newspaper in 1923.Credit…A. Enrique…