If you enjoy outdoor fun, food trucks, popcorn and a free family-friendly film "Storks," Tamarac is offering an event … [Read More...]
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Lolliposh sales events in Plantation offer parents from South Florida an opportunity to buy, sell and browse an … [Read More...]
Environmentally preferable native plants ideal for South Florida landscaping are featured at a sale at Fern Forest park … [Read More...]
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Family-friendly activities, including a rubber ducky derby, are featured at KID Duck Fest at Esplanade Park on Riverwalk … [Read More...]
Entertainment and food trucks are featured at free events offered occasionally in Oakland Park. Music on Main Street … [Read More...]
For a price break on a fun activity in Broward, roller skating is $7 on Wednesdays at rinks in North Lauderdale and … [Read More...]
Florida Renaissance Festival in Deerfield Beach offers several opportunities for discounts, and free entry for … [Read More...]
For a lunch break treat, Fort Lauderdale presents free live outdoor entertainment on Wednesdays. Riverwalk Noon … [Read More...]
Family Stores run by Salvation Army in Broward offer extra discounts. Apparel is half price on Wednesdays at … [Read More...]
For university-bound students, entry is free for SAT/ACT test-prep workshops at Broward Library branches, including Fort … [Read More...]
Lots of parks in Broward serve as lovely outdoor venues for free entertainment featuring local bands. Mickel Park in … [Read More...]
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Meet Your Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap Team
Patti Roth, a veteran Broward freelance writer, is the editor of Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap. Patti, who has lived in Florida since her teenage years, was previously a staffer at the Sun-Sentinel for about 14 years. As a freelancer, she’s written for many publications, including The Miami Herald, Florida Travel and Life, New Times, E Environmental Magazine, Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, US Architecture and Earth911.com.
Teresa Mears is a publisher, writer and editor who was raised to be frugal. She became a website entrepreneur after 30 years as an editor at newspapers ranging in size from the Portland (Tenn.) Leader to The Los Angeles Times and The Miami Herald, where she worked most recently. She moved to Florida in 1980 because it was the only place she could get a job during that recession and has lived in South Florida since 1985, in Miami, Hollywood and Tamarac.