The sawfish is a peculiar creature with a long snoot resembling an oldtime lumberjack’s two-man felling saw, with long teeth on both sides. If you haven’t seen one of those, imagine a modern hedge trimmer’s blade.
Hollywood buddies Ed White and Bill Stuber fish frequently in South Florida’s coastal mangroves and the Intracoastal. Though the friends rarely end their outings empty handed, the yield is never seafood. “We find all kinds of weird things; computers, tools, beach chairs — even guns,” Bill Stuber said.
The numbers are in: 2015 set a record for shark attacks around the world with 98 incidents, including six human fatalities. That total is 26 more than the previous year and 40 more than the figure from one decade prior.
Karen Foster and Jim McBrayer aboard McBrayer's sailboat at the Royal Palm Yacht Basin in Dania Beach. The sailing duo, who met about four years ago as members of Sailing Singles of South Florida, fell for each other during a cruise to Key West.
Navigating the singles scene can be as adventurous as sailing the seven seas — one day gliding smoothly under sunny skies and the next day facing the eye of a hurricane. Sailing Singles of South Florida has experience in dealing with both kinds of challenges.
Over 200 vendors will display everything from flip flops to fishing gear on Jan 23-24 at the annual Nautical Flea Market, hosted by the cities of Lighthouse Point and Pompano Beach.
Scott and Anita McIlvaine pose in front of their 43-foot Post sport fisherman. They live in Pompano Beach and will participate in three boat parades: Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, and Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest.
For South Florida boaters, this may be the brightest season of all. Covered in holiday lights, boaters show off their frippery, finery and sense of fun via bedecked vessels sailing in holiday boat parades from Palm Beach County to Key West.
Karen Foster and Jim McBrayer aboard McBrayer's sailboat at the Royal Palm Yacht Basin in Dania Beach. The sailing duo, who met about four years ago as members of Sailing Singles of South Florida, fell for each other during a cruise to Key West.
Scott and Anita McIlvaine pose in front of their 43-foot Post sport fisherman. They live in Pompano Beach and will participate in three boat parades: Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, and Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest.

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